The KinderSmile Foundation announced it named Stark & Stark partner Trina Glass to its advisory board, which serves the KinderSmile Community Oral Health Center based in Trenton. The foundation’s mission is to provide underserved children with access to comprehensive dental care while offering education on the importance of dental hygiene. Glass joins two current board members, with an expansion of the board planned for the upcoming months, according to the announcement. “We are delighted to see the start-up of our Advisory Board, which will help expand our presence and maximize our funding success in Mercer County,” said Dr. Nicole McGrath-Barnes, founder and CEO of the foundation, in a statement. “I am especially pleased that Trina Glass, with her strong knowledge and passion for public health, has joined.” Glass said, ”This program and foundation are important to me for many reasons. KinderSmile’s primary focus is to offer free and affordable dental care in underserved communities and to provide education on dental hygiene, which in turn helps improve self-esteem and prevent future psychological issues.” Glass is a member of Stark & Stark’s investment management and securities group, where she advises on regulatory and compliance requirements for financial institutions. She graduated from Rutgers Law School, and is a member of the District VIII Ethics Committee, the Garden State Bar Association and Corporate Counsel Women of Color. She also serves as an arbitrator for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.
Capehart Scatchard Celebrates Pride MonthMEDFORD PRIDE ON MAIN: From left to right: Mike Northen; Lora Northen, Capehart Scatchard Executive Committee Member; Ian Biluck; Kathy Biluck, Capehart Scatchard accounting clerk; Ashley Mollenthiel Fiore, Workers’ Compensation partner, Capehart Scatchard; Stacey Gorin, commercial litigation associate, Capehart Scatchard, on May 15, 2021 at the Medford Arts Center in Medford, NJ.
In celebration of Pride Month in June, Capehart Scatchard‘s diversity and inclusion committee, in conjunction with the Burlington County Bar Association and Medford Pride on Main, helped install a pride garden at the Medford Arts Center in Medford. On May 15, volunteers from the Mount Laurel firm, along with family members, cleaned up the yard around the center, planted flowers in rainbow-colored planters, and assisted with the hanging of pride flags. Medford Pride on Main is a local nonprofit whose mission is to create awareness, education, and support in the LGBTQ community.