Appointments, promotions and awards in the business community.
Chris Lloyd was promoted to president and the former president, Ron Elgin, was named chairman and CEO at DDB Seattle.
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Tami Tedrow-Howard was hired as director of business development, and Upendra Trivedi as structural engineer at Integrus Architecture.
Eric Warn was named alumni director at Antioch University Seattle.
Sharon Martin was promoted to manager, Qualitative Services Division at Gilmore Research Group.
Matt Corsi was promoted to vice president, Brook Jacksha to senior associate, and Steve Haluschak and Tom Rines to associates at Magnusson Klemencic Associates. David Sturtevant was named vice president at CH2M Hill’s Seattle-area office.
Dale Vogel was named managing director at Buerk Dale Victor.
Neal Philip was named a shareholder and Christopher Carney an associate at Carney Badley Spellman. Eric Simonson joined Preston Gates & Ellis. Terry Lukens has joined JAMS, The Resolution Experts as a mediator and arbitrator.
James Liska was hired as controller at Glacier Management.
Tom Zbaren was named sales director at Windermere Onsite, an affiliate of Windermere Real Estate. Robert Arron was hired as marketing and leasing director for real estate at Vulcan Real Estate. Whit Hamlin was hired as a senior associate at Meriwether Partners.
Ed Littleton was named chief operating officer and Rebecca Sigmund assistant vice president of marketing at Bartell Drugs.
Bill McAleer, Peter Parsons, Brian Vincent, Glenn Hoogerwerf, Annette Jacobs, Kirk Nelson and Villette Nolan joined the WSA board.
Pam McIlroy was promoted to product-marketing manager, Brian Smith was hired as a research scientist, and Michael Herchensohn and Hermes Shahbazian were elected to the board of Committee for Children. Valerie O’Neil was appointed president of Sonics & Storm T.E.A.M. Foundation.
Rafael Medina was hired as chef de cuisine at Lisa Dupar Catering, Redmond.
Judy Hinrichs was promoted to associate dean of the Albright School of Education, Marvin Will to associate dean and director of graduate studies in the School of Business and Management, Marie Cini to assistant vice president for academic programs and initiatives, Dehorah Rosler to academic-project coordinator, Wayne Fisher, Mara Jensen-Hunt and Michelle Bishop to curriculum-development assistants and Christian Silk to academic-affairs specialist at City University, Bellevue.
Jerry Hoganson was named administrator at Providence Marianwood, Issaquah.
Erik Hand was appointed president of Response Mortgage Services, the in-house lender for John L. Scott Real Estate, Bellevue.
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