Notable hires and promotions in the area.
Jason Herman was promoted to chief executive at Allyis in Kirkland.
Herman has been with the technology consulting and services company for more than 10 years, where he has held a number of leadership positions.
Herman has a Ph.D. in English from the University of Arizona and also English degrees from Western Washington University and the University of Washington.
Advertising: Pete Hughes and Lianne Onart were hired as associate creative directors at DNA Seattle.
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Banking: Rachel Nettleton was named vice president and branch manager for Union Bank’s downtown Bellevue branch, and John Fogliani joined Union Bank’s retail consumer lending team as a regional sales manager based in Everett.
Consulting: Bethany Jensen was hired as a consultant and Todd Vician was hired as director of HR and recruiting at PeopleFirm, Seattle.
Homebuilding: Terrie Andersen was named chief financial officer at Schuchart/Dow, Seattle.
Insurance: Marilyn Boss was named head of the Seattle office at Marsh.
Law: Jesse Bennett joined Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, Seattle.
Merchandising: Joe Ungari was appointed director of creative services at Bensussen Deutsch & Associates (BDA), Woodinville.
Organizations: Margit Rankin was named executive director of Artist Trust, Seattle. Jim Ryan was hired as chief information officer at AAA Washington, Bellevue.
Retail: Ferdinand Van Alphen was named vice president of Creative Services at Tommy Bahama, Seattle.
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