Imbue Creative, an ad agency, has moved from Ludlow Drive in Ewing to Main Street in Lambertville. The agency’s new quarters is the old Lambertville Opera House, an 1860 Italian Revival building that was formerly home to MacDonald Kitchen and Bath Designs but has been vacant for the past three years. Imbue left New Hope, Pennsylvania, for Ewing in 2013. The move to Lambertville increase’s Imbue’s space from 1,000 to 3,100 square feet.
Imbue Creative, 71 North Main Street, 71, Ewing 08638. Michael Piperno, chief creative officer. www.imbuecreative.com.
Morven Museum & Garden, 55 Stockton Street, Princeton 08540. 609-924-8144. Jill M. Barry, director. www.morven.org.
Morven Museum & Garden has appointed Jill M. Barry as executive director. She previously was deputy director of the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts in Alabama. Barry will transition to her new post over the summer and begin work full time in September.
“Jill is a strong and seasoned museum administrator whose career development has been focused on audience engagement at all levels,” said Morven board chair Robert N. Wilson. “We are very much looking forward to her leadership of one of New Jersey’s most important cultural and historic treasures.”
Search committee chair Julia Garry said Barry’s accomplishments at previous jobs set her apart from a field of applicants. She broke ground on an outdoor sculpture garden at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, created a 170-acre garden and nature preserve at the Naples Botanical Garden, and built a donor base at the Cincinnati Art Museum robust enough to allow free admission.
Barry will succeed longtime director Clare Smith, who retired earlier this year.
The Morven Museum & Garden, a national historic landmark, is a museum of cultural heritage and public garden. It was home to Richard Stockton, a signer of the Declaration of Independence and to five New Jersey governors.
Soligenix (SNGX), 29 Emmons Drive, Suite C-10, Princeton 08540. 609-538-8200. Christopher J. Schaber, president and CEO. www.soligenix.com.
Soligenix, Inc, a biopharmaceutical company based on Emmons Drive, has appointed Karen Krumeich as its senior vice president and CFO, replacing Joseph Warusz, who is retiring. Krumeich, a 25-year veteran in the life science business, most recently worked for Cerecor, Inc. and Mela Sciences, Inc., where she was responsible for equity financings, corporate administrative functions, and investor relations.
In addition to these positions, Krumeich was a healthcare consultant partner with Tatum, LLC, a national consulting firm, specializing in their life science practice. She previously worked for Bristol-Myers Squibb and other pharmaceutical companies.
Krumeich has a bachelor’s degree in pharmacy from the University of Toledo, and completed her post graduate work in accounting and finance at Cleveland State University while pursuing her career as a pharmacist.
“As we continue to execute our growth strategy, we are clearly building momentum and the talent we are attracting is an absolute reflection of our solid progress to date,” stated Christopher J. Schaber, CEO of Soligenix. “Karen’s unique experiences in both science and finance will be instrumental to us as we advance our multiple late-stage development programs.”
Jane Feng-Cheng Wung, 70, on May 22. Born in China, she grew up on Taiwan and moved to the U.S. in 1973. She got a job at Educational Testing Services as an administrative assistant and worked her way up to chair of the board of review of the legal division over a 33-year career.
Joseph Peter Zawadsky, 86, on June 25. A 1951 graduate of Princeton, Zawadsky earned a medical degree at Columbia and became a pioneering hip replacement surgeon. He founded the UMDNJ Robert Wood Johnson Medical School of Orthopedic Surgery Residency Program.