Erik Nycklemoe was named general manager of KPLU/Pacific Public Media in Seattle/Tacoma.
Nycklemoe has worked in public radio for many years and most recently served as director of Network Initiatives at American Public Media Group in St. Paul, Minn.
He has a master’s degree in theological studies from Harvard University Divinity School.
Banking: Steven Haynes was appointed chief credit officer and Dennis O’Leary chief lending officer at FS Bancorp, Mountlake Terrace.
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Branding: David Glaze was hired as vice president of interactive at Hornall Anderson, Seattle.
Construction: Olivia Riojas was hired as continuing education administrative assistant and Shannon Alexander was hired as media executive assistant at the Construction Industry Training Council of Washington, Bellevue.
Design: Robert Berman was named executive director of sales and marketing, Hal Keever chief operations officer and Brad Chastain vice president of natural resources and energy at WHPacific, Bothell.
Digital marketing: Andrew Martin was appointed president and J. Paul Anderson was promoted to regional vice president at Metia, Kirkland.
Engineering:Leah Curulla was hired as marketing coordinator at Reid Middleton, Everett. Kan Lee was hired as an electrical project designer at Sparling, Lynnwood.
Foundations: Ian Adair was named executive director of The Martinez Foundation, Bellevue.
Property management:Tim Pfohl was named president of Phillips Real Estate Services, Seattle.
Real estate:Jonas Sylvester was promoted to chief investment officer and Ned Carner to vice president of investments at Unico, Seattle.
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