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Joel Freet was named chief executive of Cutter & Buck, a Seattle-based apparel company.

Freet has been at Cutter & Buck for 15 years and previously was the head of the corporate business.

He has led the company within several business channels, including corporate, international and licensing. He also has led successful projects in golf, merchandising, information technology and marketing.

Architecture: Bradley Smith rejoined Sclater Architects in Seattle as associate principal. Rachael Krebsbach was hired as office manager and full charge bookkeeper at Seattle-based Bumgardner, where Trip Reeds joined as an intern architect and Arielle Swissa joined as an intern in the interiors department.

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Consulting:Jeff Bamman was named chief financial officer and Joey Aboulhosn and Lindsay Sauerlender were hired as technical recruiters at Wimmer Solutions in Seattle.

Contracting: Jack Beaudoin joined Venture General Contracting in Seattle as partner.

Digital marketing:Joe Mele was named chief experience officer and Betsy Steckler was named senior vice president of customer success at buuteeq, Seattle.

Directories:Kevin Flaherty was named chief marketing officer at Seattle-based WhitePages.

Engineering:Francesca White and Matt Scarsella joined Otak, Kirkland.

Health care:Dr. Tanya Hathaway, Dr. Laura “Katie” Morrison, Dr. Anne Pesenson and physician assistant Hannah Garcia were hired at The Polyclinic, Seattle.

Health insurance:Beth Johnson was hired as vice president of Health Care Delivery Systems at Premera Blue Cross, Mountlake Terrace.

Law:Matthew Liebenson,Alex Winney and Steve Parmelee joined Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati in Seattle. Jeffrey Smoot joined Oles Morrison Rinker & Baker in Seattle as a partner.

Specialty coatings:Zack Wrzeszcz was promoted to marketing and sales coordinator at Eco Chemical in Seattle.

Wealth management:Phil Platt was hired as chief operating officer at Coldstream Capital Management, Bellevue.

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