James Pinckney was appointed corporate leader, strategy and operations, at Coinstar in Bellevue.
In the newly created executive position, Pinckney will manage strategy, supply chain and facilities, customer support and deployment, and communications functions.
Pinckney has previously worked for Lenovo, Microsoft, Sabre Holdings (formerly Sabre Inc.) and Hitachi Data Systems.
Banking:Jeannette Mitchell was named vice president and commercial loan officer at The Bank of Washington, Lynnwood.
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Commercial real estate:Kip Durrell and Jeff Jochums were named senior vice presidents, Justin Johnson senior associate and Ashleigh Sundet an associate at CBRE, Seattle.
Communications:Lauren Kriegler was hired as an account supervisor and Amy Boyd and Bailey Thompson were promoted to senior account executives at Frause, Seattle.
Construction management:Roger Smith was promoted to principal at KBA, Bellevue.
Consulting:Echo Summers was named senior associate environmental and regulatory specialist at Hart Crowser, Seattle.
Medical devices:Liv Perez was named director of national accounts and Ben Parvis was named director of marketing at Modern Dental Laboratory USA, Bellevue.
Nonprofit: Roxanne Mennes was hired as executive director of the Family Law CASA Program in King County, Seattle.
Software:Thomas Enochs was named senior vice president of operations at Vertafore, Bothell.
Technology:Matthew Schiltz was appointed president and chief executive of Tier 3, Seattle.
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