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Skin Genesis Clinique founder Joan Caine, center, with Bridget Wertz, left, and Blaise Furiato during the new business’ grand opening party at the Woman’s Club of Red Bank.

Published on December 20, 2013 with No Comments

Red Bank Business Woman Named ‘Leading Entrepreneur’ by Magazine

 

RED BANK – OneCall Manage, a provider of wireless expense management solutions and services, has announced that company cofounder and president Céline Greffard was named to NJ Monthly’s annual list of the state’s leading woman entrepreneurs.

The magazine’s profile of Greffard highlighted her long history of “innovative entrepreneurship” and active engagement with local community causes. The company empowers clients to manage the growing use of mobility – and associated costs – across their organizations. OneCall Manage was also one of the first companies in the telecom market to provide clients with fast, cost-efficient access to high-value software capabilities via the “cloud” delivery model.

For more information, please call 888-228-4090 or visit www.onecallmanage.com. The company is located at 125 Half Mile Road.

 

 

Holmdel, Fair Haven Administrators Take Leadership Roles in Statewide Association

 

Donna Vieiro and Theresa Casagrande, administrators for Holmdel and Fair Haven, respectively, are among the new officers and executive board members installed recently by the New Jersey Municipal Management Association.

Vieiro, a resident of Lanoka Harbor, was sworn in as secretary, and Casagrande of Spring Lake Heights was installed on the executive board of the professional association. The event took place at a luncheon and awards ceremony in Atlantic City during the 98th Annual League of Municipalities Conference last month.

Established more than 50 years ago, NJMMA is dedicated to advancing the professionalism, training, and development of public managers, and facilitating the exchange of ideas and best practices in municipal management. The organization has been instrumental in shaping legislation and policies that affect services to residents and businesses throughout New Jersey.

 

 

Daly Irish Dance Studio opens in Middletown

 

MIDDLETOWN – Daly Irish Dance Studio, owned and operated by Gillian Daly, has opened at 1286 Route 35.

Daly, a champion Irish dancer, was trained by the “Masters of Irish Dance,” Aine and Seamus O’Shea, in Dublin. Daly is a national and international champion, including medaling in both solo and ceili competitions at The Leinsters, All Ireland and worldwide championships. She has performed onstage and on television since the age of 7, with such notables as The Chieftans, The Dubliners, Dana, Brendan Grace, Red Hurley and Twink. These early dance and cabaret performances paved the way for Riverdance and Lord of the Dance, making Irish dance popular worldwide.

Daly Irish Dance offers classes from beginner to championship levels, from toddlers to adults. While the school offers noncompetitive classes to those who enjoy learning the basics and traditions of Irish dance, there is a strict focus on competition.

Daly began teaching in Monmouth County two years ago, and her dancers are already ranking highly at regional, national and international levels.

Additional information about Daly Irish Dance Studio is available by calling 347-296-5890 or emailing dalyirishdance@gmail.com.

Ballet, modern, and hip-hop classes will be announced soon.

 

Little Silver’s Skin Genesis Clinique Holds Grand Opening

 

LITTLE SILVER – Skin Genesis Clinique hosted its grand opening party last month at the Woman’s Club of Red Bank.

Joan Caine, founder and owner of Skin Genesis Clinique, held the event for invited guests to learn more about the opening of Little Silver’s newest spa featuring individualized skin and body care therapies.

Skin Genesis Clinique founder Joan Caine, center, with Bridget Wertz, left, and Blaise Furiato during the new business’ grand opening party at the Woman’s Club of Red Bank.

Skin Genesis Clinique founder Joan Caine, center, with Bridget Wertz, left, and Blaise Furiato during the new business’ grand opening party at the Woman’s Club of Red Bank.

 

Opened in early December, Skin Genesis Clinique is located at 530 Prospect Avenue, Suite 1-C. The spa features one-of-a-kind services that focus on skin and body care with attention to whole body health. Clients can receive comprehensive skincare, body, and massage therapies tailored to their individual needs. Skin Genesis Clinique also offers Caine’s exclusive “systems” technique, which promotes better results in a shorter time period.

“Every treatment at Skin Genesis Clinique will focus on my belief that beauty is a synergistic blend of our inner and outer health. One cannot happen without the other,” Caine said.

While working during the day, Caine experienced firsthand how life and working long hours can take a toll on our bodies, both internally and externally. Repeated trips to the facialist left Caine feeling that there had to be a more efficient way.

She began to study the European methodology of skincare in the evenings. For 20 years, while still working on Wall Street, she continued to learn more about the European advances in the beautification of the skin and body. She developed comprehensive therapies that allow multiple treatments to be administered at one time.

Caine is also a neuromuscular massage therapist who specializes in trigger-point therapy. Caine continues to stay on the forefront of new skin therapy technology, directly dealing with chemists, naturopaths, engineers and doctors for an inside look.

 

Mary Lynn Hughes joins Resources Real Estate, Atlantic Highlands

 

ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – Resources Real Estate has welcomed Mary Lynn Hughes to the company as a sales associate in the Atlantic Highlands office.

Hughes, formerly an agent with Heritage House Sothe­by’s International, comes to Resources Real Estate with an extensive track record of satisfied clients and successful transactions. An active member of the community, Hughes is very involved with the Atlantic Highlands Arts Council and has lived in Atlantic Highlands for the past 30 years.

Mary Lynn Hughes

Mary Lynn Hughes

 

“Mary Lynn is a seasoned professional,” said Carolynn Diakon, broker-senior partner. “She earned the status of Silver in the NJAR Circle of Excellence Awards in 2009 and Bronze in 2011 and 2012. We are proud to have someone of her caliber working with us.”

Hughes is a member of the Monmouth County Association of Realtors, Monmouth County Multiple Listing Service, the New Jersey Association of Realtors and is a notary public. She also has achieved the designation of Senior Real Estate Specialist and Accredited Buyer Representative. During her first year in the business, she earned the “Rookie of the Year” award.

“I am excited to join such a vibrant and progressive company and am excited to be working with the Resources’ team,” Hughes said. “Their commitment to customer service and professionalism as well as their great marketing is very appealing to me.”

“The kind of work ethic Mary Lynn demonstrates is rare and admirable,” said Thomas McCormack, broker-managing partner. “We are extremely pleased to have her energy at Resources.”

Resources Real Estate is located at 112 East River Road in Rumson, 36 Beach Road in Monmouth Beach, 4A West Front St. in Red Bank and 65 First Ave. in Atlantic Highlands.

For more local real estate information or to inquire about a career in real estate, call 732-212-0440 or visit resources realestate.com.

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