Continuum Health Alliance, a Marlton-based regional physician-practice management company, hired Robert Trivett as vice president of revenue-cycle management. He had been chief administrative officer at Huntington Internal Medicine Associates in Huntington, W.Va.
Friedman L.L.P., a New York accounting firm, named Lee Shields to its partner group in its Marlton office. He had been a senior manager at ParenteBeard L.L.C.
Customers Bank, Wyomissing, hired Stephen R. King as vice president and commercial relationship manager, based in the bank's Exeter office. He had been a commercial banker for Vist Bank in Reading.
The Philadelphia office of Burns White has expanded its health-care and long-term-care practice with the addition of new three associates: Sylvia A. McCullough,Melissa C. Morris and M. Sean Maravich. McCullough had been a staff nurse in the operating room at Hahnemann University Hospital. Morris, a registered nurse, had been manager of the progressive care unit at Albert Einstein Medical Center and owner of Morris Legal Nurse Consulting. Maravich had been an associate with McCann and Geschke P.C.
TotalTrax Inc., a Newport, Del., provider of real-time vehicle-, driver- and inventory-tracking technologies, named Frank Cavallaro chief executive officer. He is founder of Fronetics Strategic Advisors.
WSFS Financial Corp., parent company of WSFS Bank, Wilmington, hired Patrick J. Healy as vice president, and director, global bankruptcy and restructuring services, for Christiana Trust, a division of the bank. He had been vice president at Wilmington Trust Group in its global distressed-debt group.
Philadelphia social-media and public-relations agency Slice Communications L.L.C. hired Anthony Stipa as a public-relations account manager. He had been a communications specialist at Gwynedd-Mercy College.
Domus Inc., a Philadelphia marketing communications agency, hired Samantha Garcia as assistant account manager. She is a recent graduate of La Salle University.
Kevin Cheung has been named quantitative analyst/programmer at Turner Investments, an employee-owned investment firm based in Berwyn. He had been a contract employee for Turner's quantitative team.
Pennoni Associates, a Philadelphia engineering, design, and consulting firm, hired Craig Barbieri as design technology manager in the information-technology division. He had been national director of practice technology for Kling Stubbins.
Lamb McErlane P.C., West Chester, named Carla Marino partner. She concentrates her practice on family law.
AirClic Inc., a Trevose provider of cloud-based software, hired Gavain McDonald as director of route-optimization solutions. He had been director of route engineering at Hostess Brands.
Delaware Art Museum executive director Danielle Rice has been appointed director of the new museum-leadership graduate degree program at Drexel University's Westphal College of Media Arts & Design.
New Day Underwriting Managers L.L.C., an environmental and construction-related professional-liability resource for insurance agents and brokers in Bordentown, hired David M. Slaugenhoup as an account executive within its general industry practice. He had been the remedial investigation leader/vapor intrusion manager at Kleinfelderb.
Rich Burg has been named assistant athletic director for football communications at Temple University. He had been president of 5 Star Unlimited and managed all media commitments for Donovan McNabb while he was with the Philadelphia Eagles.
Eleanor D. Thompson has been hired as special counsel in the Philadelphia office of McCarter & English L.L.P., Philadelphia. She had been vice president and deputy general counsel at Independence Blue Cross.
- Mike Zebe