Appointments, promotions and awards in the business community.
Brian Aucott was hired as director of finance and administration at Copacino+Fujikado.
Sandie Pope was hired as an interior designer at Callison Architecture.
Robert Williams was named vice president and CRA compliance manager (he’ll administer community- reinvestment activities in Washington), and Randy Myers vice president and relationship manager for business banking at KeyBank. Marella Alejandrino was named manager of Washington Federal Savings’ Wedgwood branch. Meghann Glavin and Michael Regnier were hired at Berk & Associates.
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John Zannini was appointed creative director at C.C. Filson.
Gilbert Leiendecker Jr., Elizabeth Rummage, Julie Speidel and Aimee Vaughan were named to the board of trustees at Cornish College of the Arts.
Jillayne Schlicke was named a principal at BPI Consulting.
Audrey Nudd was hired as vice president of provider services at Regence BlueShield.
Mark Beatty and Andrew Bryant were hired as an associates at Stoel Rives. Christopher Weiss was named chairman of Stoel Rives’ litigation practice group. Nancy Elliott was elected a shareholder at Reed McClure. Sean Howe joined Cairncross & Hempelmann as an associate attorney.
Jan Hendrickson was appointed president and Peter Donnelly was named to the Frye Art Museum board of trustees.
Edmund Reilly was selected president of the Japan-America Society of the State of Washington. Luciana Simoncini was hired as director of research commercialization at Washington Research Foundation. Carol Binder was named executive director of the Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority.
Gary Maigret was hired as sales manager at KWJZ-FM (98.9).
Curt Gray joined the Paper Zone as president and chief executive.
Michelle Smith was hired as a project manager and Chris DeSalvo as sales director at UpSellUSA.
Michael Huse, former QFC president, joined the advisory board at Grace’s Kitchen.
John Morgan was promoted to vice president and James Anderson and Steve Bosetti to senior associates at Ruhl-Parr & Associates, Bellevue. Vladimir Soudek was hired as a project architect and Jeff Carr, Maryrose Juco and Camille Ganir as senior designers at Ruhl-Parr.
Bret Pinyerd was hired as assistant to the vice president of education at the Construction Industry Training Council of Washington, Bellevue.
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