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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.

Air treatment:
Ken Redding was named senior vice president of sales at Prolitec, Seattle.

Architecture:
Todd Stine was appointed partner at ZGF Architects, Seattle.

Banking:
Ruben Ladlad joined Peoples Bank as vice president and commercial loan officer at the Kirkland Financial Center.

Construction:
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.

Corporate training:
Scott McAfee joined AMA Enterprise in Seattle as regional director for the Northwest U.S.

Health care:
Nancy Fugate Woods was named co-director of the de Tornyay Center for Healthy Aging at the University of Washington School of Nursing, Seattle.


Hospitality:
Paul Totah was appointed associate director of sales at the Hyatt Regency Bellevue.

Law:

Emily Studebaker joined Davis Wright Tremaine in Seattle as a partner.

Professional services:
Corey Pogue was named director and Jay Forkan admitted as partner at Deloitte Tax, Seattle.

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