DNB First Wealth Management has announced Anthony Jasienski as its new Vice President and Senior Wealth Management Advisor. In this position, Jasienski is responsible for developing new business opportunities for DNB First Wealth Management through the introduction of potential clients from the firm’s market in Greater Philadelphia and Delaware.
“Anthony brings over 30 years of hands-on experience in the financial services industry to DNB First Wealth Management,” said Richard C. Weber, Senior Vice President and Managing Director of DNB First Wealth Management. “We are excited to welcome him to the team, and we look forward to his contributions as we continue to expand our customer base.”
Since 1995, Jasienski has served as a vice president with leading wealth management firms in the mid-Atlantic region. He is a member of estate planning councils in Philadelphia, Chester County, and Delaware.
The CCIU has announced that Innovative Educational Services Director Dr. Noreen O’Neill has been inducted into the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) 2017 Volunteer Hall of Fame.
The CoSN Volunteer Hall of Fame annually recognizes the leadership and tireless service of professional school system technology leaders throughout the United States.
“Empowering educator, lifelong learner, and compassionate leader” are titles that come to mind when O’Neill describes her career path. Her prior roles as teacher, principal, and assistant executive director have provided a well-rounded perspective to curriculum and the needs of the classroom.
Through continued education and certification with CoSN and constant collaboration with her information technology and innovative educational services colleagues, O’Neill has augmented her educational background to integrate technology into teaching and learning throughout Chester County.
Husband and wife and professional dance partners Dmitry Karabanov and Daria Emelianova, both natives of Russia, have opened a Fred Astaire Dance Studio at 1173 Wilmington Pike in West Chester.
The studio offers instruction on private and group levels. Call 484-315-8025 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.