Brian Burdick was named executive vice president of digital and programmatic at WideOrbit, a provider of advertising management software for media companies. Burdick will be based in Seattle and oversee sales, business development, operations and product direction.
Burdick has held executive roles at several ad-tech companies, including serving as chief technology officer at PrecisionDemand, which was acquired by AOL. Burdick also was a founding member of Microsoft AdCenter.
Aerospace:Patrice Cavelier-Bros was named president of the Connection Technologies group at Esterline Technologies, Bellevue.
Architecture: Chris Davidson, Steven Lee and John Goebel were promoted to directors and Carrie Thompson was promoted to director of administration at Studio Meng Strazzara, Seattle.
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Banking:Leigh Canlis joined J.P. Morgan’s Seattle Private Bank as a banker.
Bill Hewitt joined Kitsap Bank’s Bellevue Loan Office as senior vice president and commercial relationship manager.
Brand design: Audrey Na was promoted to design director at the Phinney Bischoff, Seattle.
Commercial real estate:Anne Marie Koehler and Erika Koehler joined JLL in Seattle as vice presidents.
Law:Carla Calogero joined Reed Longyear Malnati & Ahrens, Seattle.
Technology:Shauna Causey and Garrett Link were hired at EveryMove, Seattle.
Wealth management:Howard Coleman was promoted to chief investment officer at Coldstream Capital Management in Bellevue and Tiffany Weymouth joined Coldstream as a private client services associate.
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