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Skender Makes 11 Promotions at Corporate, Foundation Levels

Belinda Moore has been named executive director of the Skender Foundation. A key member of the organization since its founding in 2012, Moore (pictured) will now be responsible for developing and implementing the foundation’s vision and strategic plan.

“Belinda has been a vital contributor to the foundation’s development and success over the past seven years,” said Cheryl Skender, chair and president of the Skender Foundation. “Her passion for giving back to the community will continue to drive the foundation’s vision: to perpetuate the legacy of giving.”

Separately, Skender has also made several promotions at the corporate level. The construction management firm has elevated Brian Bukowski, Jeff Janicek, Joe Pecoraro, Tim Rogers and Brian Simons to partner.

Additionally, Skender has made five recent promotions on its operations team. These include Nestor Acance, Tom Boehm and Dave Ruzich to senior superintendent; and Bob Kedzorski and Jeff Reist to senior project manager.

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