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Sarah Bryar was appointed chief executive of Rivet & Sway, a Seattle-based online eyewear boutique that caters exclusively to women.

Bryar is the former vice president of product at the company. Before that, she worked as general manager of ParentMap, an online news magazine for parents, and also at Amazon.com in various product-development and management roles.

She has an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Banking:
Richard Jacobson was appointed chief operating officer of First Savings Bank Northwest, a unit of First Financial Northwest, Renton.

Call centers:
Belinda Campbell was named office manager at Sound Telecom, Seattle.

Communications:
Matthew Fassnacht was named vice president of Comcast Business for the Washington region, Seattle.

Consulting:
Alex Steinbach, Audrey Kamemoto
and Kaitlin Coleman were hired at PeopleFirm, Seattle.

Design:
Kurt Jankowski was hired as an engineer and Justin Jones as a designer at Elliott Bay Design Group, Seattle.

Health care:
Dr. Jonathan Chen was appointed division chief for pediatric cardiothoracic surgery and co-director of the Heart Center at Seattle Children’s.

Insurance:
Gary Baldridge was appointed executive vice president at Kibble & Prentice, Seattle.

Law:
Christina Weis and Eleanor Walstad joined Socius Law Group, Seattle.
Eriko Baxter joined Desh International Law, Bellevue. Stephanie Thorpe joined Christoffersen Law, Seattle. Harold Storey joined Seed IP Law Group, Seattle.

Printing:
Carl Vonder Haar was named president of Printing Control, a Consolidated Graphics company in Tukwila.

Medical laboratories:
Jennifer Kooken was appointed analytical biochemist at DiagnosTechs, Kent.

Real-estate investment:
Spencer Marona was named sales manager of the Seattle office of Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services, Seattle.


Travel:

Eva Jenner was promoted to vice president, North America field, charter and incentive sales at Holland America Line and Seabourn, Seattle. Sravana Kumar Karnati was promoted to CTO at Egencia, Bellevue.

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