Rob Dunlop was named president/CEO of KCTS Television in Seattle. Dunlop had been serving as interim president/CEO since September.
Dunlop was chosen to lead the PBS-member station after a nationwide search. He has more than two decades of experience as a television executive. He came to KCTS 9 from Fisher Communications, where he held a wide range of positions.
Geneva West was hired as government and labor-affairs manager at the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) of Western Washington, Bellevue.
Banking: Jeff Nance was hired by 1st Security Bank in Mountlake Terrace as a loan officer and manager of its new Bothell Home Lending Office.
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Mary Beth Thurman, Samantha DeBella and Xay Keomongkhoun joined PSF Mechanical, Seattle.
Carmen Bremer joined Christensen O’Connor Johnson Kindness, Seattle.
Debra Taylor was promoted to corporate health and wellness director, David Catherman was hired as information technology director, Julie Tastad was named corporate compliance manager, Chris Peterson was promoted to product manager and Jessica Hart was hired as a human-resources specialist at Seattle-based Leisure Care.
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