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Brad Myers was named partner and executive vice president of sales and marketing at LG Consulting, a business and technology consulting firm in Seattle.

Myers is a former head of Microsoft’s Northwest region consulting team. Before that, he led worldwide specialty sales for Microsoft.

Myers also has held senior-level executive positions at Agilent Technologies, Cap Gemini and Lucent Technologies.

Bruce Bailey joined Wells Fargo Private Bank in Seattle as vice president and senior private banker. Kane Phillips was appointed wealth-management consultant for The Private Client Reserve of U.S. Bank, Seattle.

Emily Neff was named communications director at the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust, Seattle.

Dennis Laubach and Tiffany Spadaro joined Mortenson Construction, Kirkland.

Susan Swirsley was appointed vice president, global marketing at Terex Aerial Work Platforms, Redmond.

Stephanie Cherrington was named executive director of Eastside Pathways, Bellevue.

Professional services:
Karen Kachele Gottschalk was named client relationship executive, David Saar was named Pacific Northwest marketing leader, Armikka Bryant joined the Pacific Northwest state and local tax team as a manager, and Jim LaTorre, partner in the Risk Assurance practice, joined PwC’s Seattle office. Amy Zimerman
joined Jacobson Jarvis in Seattle as an audit associate.

Norma Fuentes was hired as chief development officer and Valerie Carricaburu as director, strategic alliances at the Pacific Northwest Diabetes Research Institute (PNDRI).

Audrey Jones
Spence was appointed chef de cuisine at Urbane, Seattle.

Retirement communities:
Ed Mawe was hired as chief operating officer at Horizon House, Seattle.

Mark VanAntwerp was hired as vice president of software engineering at iStreamPlanet, Redmond. Alex Shootman was named president of worldwide field operations at Apptio, Bellevue.

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