PNC Global Investment Servicing, Wilmington, named

Nancy B. Wolcott

president. Wolcott most recently was executive vice president and chief operating officer of Global Investment Servicing.

Liberty Property Trust, Malvern, announced several management changes.

Mark Goldstein

was named city manager in New Jersey. He had been city manager of the Southeastern Pennsylvania (SEPA) East operation, which includes Bucks and Montgomery Counties.

Tony Nichols

becomes vice president and city manager in SEPA East. Nichols had been vice president of leasing and development in SEPA East.

Tom Sklow

, who had been vice president of leasing and development in the SEPA West operation, which includes Chester and Delaware Counties, has taken on the responsibilities of vice president and city manager for all of SEPA West.

Anne P. Robson

joined career management and executive coaching firm Kelleher Associates L.L.C. in Wayne as senior partner. Robson had been director of business development in the Philadelphia office of McKesson Health Solutions.

Priority Pay Payroll, a Hoboken, N.J., payroll firm focused on small business, named

Jonathan D. Nguyen

as director of sales for Philadelphia and Delaware. Nguyen previously was a Realtor for Kurfiss Sotheby's International Realty and a vice president/partner for the development firm Metropolis Management L.L.C., among other posts.

Moorestown Visiting Nurse Association said

Patty Bevlock

had been appointed director of hospice and palliative care, overseeing clinical and general business services for The Hospice of Moorestown VNA and the Moorestown VNA "Living Life" Palliative Care Program. She had been an independent consultant in home care and hospice care in South Jersey.