Heather Johnson was appointed vice president of strategic alliances at Chronus, a Bellevue-based software company.
Johnson has 20 years of experience in strategic planning, business development and sales. She previously worked at Seattle-based Symform as vice president of business development and strategic alliances.
Before that, Johnson served in strategic business-development roles at Napera Networks (acquired by Opswat Gears) and WatchGuard Technologies.
Ken Redding was named senior vice president of sales at Prolitec, Seattle.
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Todd Stine was appointed partner at ZGF Architects, Seattle.
Ruben Ladlad joined Peoples Bank as vice president and commercial loan officer at the Kirkland Financial Center.
Liana Lewis was hired as sales department administrative assistant, Chris Montgomery as project design engineer and Beau Soefje as project manager at PSF Mechanical, Seattle.
Scott McAfee joined AMA Enterprise in Seattle as regional director for the Northwest U.S.
Nancy Fugate Woods was named co-director of the de Tornyay Center for Healthy Aging at the University of Washington School of Nursing, Seattle.
Paul Totah was appointed associate director of sales at the Hyatt Regency Bellevue.
Emily Studebaker joined Davis Wright Tremaine in Seattle as a partner.
Corey Pogue was named director and Jay Forkan admitted as partner at Deloitte Tax, Seattle.
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