New faces at the Weinberg Foundation

The Weinberg Foundation is continuing to grow! Last month, the Foundation expanded its real estate team. Boris Sztorch joined the Hawaiʿi office as a part-time analyst. Also in the Hawaiʿi office, Kevin Nishida joined the IT team as senior information technology specialist.

This month, in Baltimore, Arin Gencer began her role as senior communications director. As previously announced, she will succeed Chief Communications Officer Craig Demchak who will retire on October 31.

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