Susan S. Brasefield of Howell was appointed a new associate with the engi­neering firm of Maser Consulting at its Matawan office. Brasefield is a licensed professional engineer, professional plan­ner and a certified municipal engineer. She received her bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Stevens Insti­tute of Technology, Hoboken.

Others promoted to associate level in­clude Robert DiBartolo of East Windsor, Mary Ann Lutz of Toms River, and An­drew Stockton of Highlands.

Based in Matawan, Maser Consulting has offices throughout New Jersey and New York, providing services to both the private and public sectors.

Peter Lametta of Manalapan was re­cently honored as a Top 100 Producer na­tionwide by Gloria Nilson GMAC Real Estate at its annual business conference in Las Vegas. He was recognized as a top individual producer in closed units for 85 transactions in 2002. In addition, he re­cently earned certification in the firm’s quality service program.

Re/Max of New Jersey has announced that the firm has raised $293,133 for the charity Children’s Miracle Network (CMN), making the New Jersey region the second-highest grossing in North Amer­ica.

In one fund-raising program, New Jer­sey associates pledge to donate from their personal funds a specified amount of money to CMN for each closed sales transaction. Other fund-raising events in­clude parties, tournaments, dinner cruises and special events throughout the state.

CMN is a national charity distin­guished for improving health care for children by generating funds and aware­ness programs for 170 hospitals. Locally, funds raised by Re/Max of New Jersey benefit the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Children’s Specialized Hospital with locations in many New Jer­sey towns, and Bristol-Myers Squibb Children’s Hospital at Robert Wood Johnson University in New Brunswick.

Barbara Levine of Marlboro was re­cently appointed the new dean of students at Atlantis Preparatory School, Wall. In this newly created position, she will over­see daily operation of the two sections of the school — its elementary school, rang­ing from preschool through fourth grade, and the early learning center, which oper­ates a day care and enrichment programs for children ages 6 months through 3 years.

Levine has a background as an educa­tor and administrator, and served as prin­cipal of the elementary school in South River for the past two years. Prior to that assignment, she held the assistant princi­pal position at Drum Point Road Elemen­tary School in Brick for three years. She has taught preschool and elementary school in the Marlboro, Manalapan-En­glishtown, and Haworth public school dis­tricts.

She received her master’s degree in educational administration, supervision, curriculum development and design with a managerial specialization from Georgian Court College, Lakewood. She earned her bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Fairleigh Dickinson University, Tea­neck. She holds certification as an elemen­tary school teacher, supervisor, principal, and in student personnel services. She also hold certificates of eligibility for school administrator and school business admin­istrator.