Mercy Health System has named Catherine Weaver senior vice president, mission integration. Weaver also will serve as a member of the senior administration team facilitating mission education, providing values-based leadership guidance to Mercy. She previously served as vice president for mission and human resources at St. Francis Healthcare in Wilmington. In addition, Abhiman B. Cheeyandira has joined the bariatric team at Mercy Health System's Nazareth Hospital.

Mondo, a Philadelphia technology and digital marketing resourcing firm, has promoted Stephanie Wernick to vice president of sales. She had been a strategy and business-transformation consultant at IBM Global Business Services.

Henkels & McCoy Inc., a Blue Bell utility construction firm providing infrastructure for the power, communications, oil and gas pipeline, and gas-distribution markets, has hired Robert Riess as vice president and division manager of the pipeline division. He had been president, CEO, and partner at Sheehan Pipe Line Construction Co.

Martha Hauser, who has more than two decades' experience recruiting leaders in health care and higher education across the country, has been promoted to leader of the health-care practice at Diversified Search, a Philadelphia executive-search firm. She joined the firm in 2013 as a managing director in the health-care practice; prior to that, she was a consultant at Witt/Kieffer.

Michael Viteo has been hired as chief of security for the Museum of the American Revolution, Philadelphia. Viteo, who has more than 35 years of experience with the Philadelphia Police Department, had been providing security at Jack M. Barrach Hebrew Academy in Bryn Mawr, through U.S. Security Care. Prior to that he worked as a special-events coordinator for the Philadelphia police, which included managing security for high-profile events such as Pope Francis' visit in 2015. He previously had served in patrol as a Philadelphia police officer since 1980.

Tabula Rasa HealthCare, a Moorestown provider of patient-specific, data-driven technology and services, has hired Janice Casserly as vice president, human resources. At Fitch Ratings Inc., she managed all areas of human resources for the Americas as managing director, human resources.

Renee Snow has been hired as director of food and beverage for Valley Forge Promotions, proprietors of Arnold's Family Fun Center in Oaks. She also will handle food services for the American Treasure Tour, VPP's sister attraction. She had been head chef at Woodside Lodge at Spring Mountain in Schwenksville.

NRG Yield Inc., a Princeton firm that owns a diversified portfolio of contracted renewable and conventional generation and thermal infrastructure assets, has named Chad Plotkin senior vice president and chief financial officer. Plotkin succeeds Kirkland B. Andrews, who will continue in his role as a member of the board of directors of NRG Yield and as chief financial officer of NRG Yield's parent company, NRG Energy Inc. Plotkin had been senior vice president, finance and strategy, for NRG Yield.

Hornercom, a Harleysville public-relations firm, has promoted Chelsea D'Amore to account executive, from assistant account executive.

Phil Cha

has joined Duane Morris LLP as a partner in the firm's Cherry Hill and Philadelphia offices. He has been vice chair of the firm's environmental law group. Previously, he was chair of the diversity and inclusion committee at Archer & Greiner PC.

The Rose Group, a Newtown-based restaurant franchise company, has promoted area director Dina Morgan to executive area director of nine Corner Bakery cafés located in Northeast Philadelphia.

Brett M. Furber has been hired as an associate at Messa & Associates P.C., Philadelphia. Furber worked as an assistant district attorney in the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office and was promoted to the position of prosecutor for the homicide unit after six years. Law runs in the family. His father is currently president judge of Montgomery County Court, and his brother is a prosecutor in the Manhattan District Attorney's Office.

Marlin Business Services Corp.,

a Mount Laurel provider of commercial equipment financing, has promoted Karen Shields to vice president and deputy general counsel. Shields joined the company in January 2003 as a senior paralegal, was promoted to corporate attorney in 2004, and to assistant vice president in 2013. Since 2009, she has chaired Marlin's Community Enrichment Guild, the company's charitable committee.

Catapult Learning Inc., a Camden provider of K-12 contracted instructional services, has hired Steve Quattrociocchi as president of the education solutions group. He had been chief operating officer of Ashford University and president and COO of the online division of Corinthian Colleges.

Peter Richardson has been hired as vice president, research and development, and chief medical officer at Adare Pharmaceuticals Inc., a Princeton specialty pharmaceutical company.

New Jersey American Water, Voorhees, has promoted Kevin Kirwan to vice president of operations, from senior director, operations for the Coastal Region of New Jersey. Kevin Keane has been promoted to senior director of coastal operations, from manager of field operations for the coastal north operation.

Emily Baumbach has joined the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary as a science planning specialist. She had been environmental-program coordinator at Cape Henlopen State Park for the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control. Kaitlin Collins has been promoted from monitoring fellow to watershed planning specialist. Kate Hutelmyer has been hired as senior watersheds coordinator. Hutelmyer had been program coordinator for the Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association's Watershed Institute.

Collagen Matrix, Inc., which advances the science of tissue repair and regeneration, has hired Oystein Valberg as its chief financial officer. Valberg will oversee the finance and administration as well as the human resources team. He had been CFO and vice president of finance, strategy and business development for Medtronic's Surgical Technology business unit.  He also served as an analyst with US Bankcorp, and as an auditor for Grant Thornton, where he earned his CPA.

Investors Bancorp, Inc., the Short Hills holding company for Investors Bank, has hired Daniel F. Dougherty as senior vice president and treasurer. He had been senior vice president and treasurer at Astoria Bank. Before joining Astoria, Dougherty was senior vice president and assistant treasurer at Israel Discount Bank of New York.

Select Medical Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Select Medical Holdings Corp., Mechanicsburg, has appointed Scott Nordlund executive vice president, partnership growth & innovation. Nordlund will report to Select Medical president and CEO David Chernow.  He spent four years at Trinity Health where he had been chief strategy & business development officer. Prior of that, he spent 11 years at Dignity Health in a variety of executive roles, including senior vice president for strategic growth, network and new venture development.

- Mike Zebe