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Alan Sugiyama was named executive director of the Executive Development Institute (EDI) in Bellevue, a nonprofit organization that focuses on leadership training.

Sugiyama is the founder and former executive director of the Center for Career Alternatives, an agency that provided education, employment and training to culturally diverse youth and adults in King and Snohomish counties.

EDI collaborates with such Northwest corporations as Boeing, Microsoft, Key Bank and Nike to provide leadership training for Asian Pacific Islander and Hispanic participants.

Accounting: Ryan Letson joined Jackson, Morgan & Hunt, Seattle.

Banking: Pino Sengsavang was hired as manager of the Madison Street branch of Banner Bank, Seattle.

Construction: Dan Beason, Mark Mershon and Bob Paddock were promoted from superintendents to senior superintendents at Skanska USA in Seattle, while Dale Smith, Jeremy Uttech, Merritt Huntley, Torin Smith and Ed Jezek were promoted by Skanska from general foremen to superintendents.

Law: Benjamin Seeger and Jennifer Faubion joined Cairncross & Hempelmann, Seattle. Parker Keehn and Susan Schalla joined Carney Badley Spellman, Seattle.

Media production: Robert Egan joined Wattsmedia in Seattle as artistic director/producer.

Medical supplies: Susan Coskey was named vice president and chief human-resources officer at Physio-Control, Redmond.

Real estate: Jani Spencer and Pat Giles joined the Bellevue Keller Williams Market Center. Christopher Secreto was promoted to associate vice president investments at Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services, Seattle.

Wealth management: Nick MacPhee was named director of foundation and advisory services at Laird Norton Tyee, Seattle.

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