Appointments, promotions and awards in the business community.

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Architecture: Garold Malcolm was named a principal, senior architect and project manager and Barbara Burkhardt a project manager and architect at EHS Design.

Biotechnology: Randy Hassler joined Seattle Biomedical Research Institute as vice president of operations and finance.

Financial services: Angie Tonnon was named vice president in the commercial-insurance division at Kibble & Prentice.

Government relations: Bob Royer was named managing partner of The Gallatin Group’s Seattle office.

Health care: Dr. Kathleen Pratt was appointed director for Women’s Health Care Research at the Northwest Natural Health Specialty Care Clinic. Dr. Gal Omry, Dr. Uma Malhotra, Dr. Nancy Connolly and Dr. Kristoffer Rhoads were hired at Virginia Mason Medical Center.

Investment banking: David Fife was hired as a senior vice president and Nicole Peterson as an assistant vice president at SNW.

Mail services: Rajeev Dujari was appointed vice president of product management at Earth Class Mail.

Maritime: Sharon Hunstead of Washington Marine Cleaning was elected president of the Society of Port Engineers of Puget Sound.

Nonprofits: Sherry Wong was named director of program development and research at Committee for Children.

Storage: Annette Jacobs was named president and CEO at Door To Door Storage.

Technology: Matt Bell was appointed vice president of worldwide sales and business development at Azaleos.

Video gaming: Martin Gannholm was hired as vice president of engineering at PopCap Games.


Banking: Winter Graham was hired as assistant vice president and Bellevue branch manager and Kevin Wirth vice president and Woodinville branch manager at Cascade Bank.

Aerospace: Faina Zaslavsky was appointed director of microelectronics solutions at Crane Aerospace & Electronics, Redmond.

Hotels: Michelle Marie was appointed spa manager at The Woodmark Hotel, Yacht Club & Spa, Kirkland.

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