On the move: Sievert named CEO at Discovery Bay Games
Notable hirings and promotions in the Seattle area
Michael Sievert was named chief executive at Discovery Bay Games, Seattle. Sievert has more than 20 years of experience building product brands and most recently served as chief commercial officer and chairman of the operating committee at Clearwire.
Before that, he was co-founder and CEO of Switchbox Labs, corporate vice president of Windows Business Group at Microsoft, and chief marketing officer at AT&T Wireless.
Banking: Mark Seto was named senior vice president-investments at Wells Fargo Advisors, Seattle. Aspasia Sotiriou was promoted to area retail leader at KeyBank in Everett. Phuong Huynh was hired as a mortgage loan officer at HomeStreet Bank, Bellevue.
Commercial glass: Jeff Wilson was appointed estimator/project manager in the commercial division of Goldfinch Bros., Everett.
Commercial real estate: Dave Magee was named senior director/managing broker of the Washington office of Commerce Real Estate Solutions, a Cushman & Wakefield Alliance, Seattle.
Commissions: Tammy Dunn, sports marketing manager for the Snohomish County Sports Commission, was named to the board of directors for the National Association of Sports Commissions.
Consulting: Ryan Flax was appointed managing director, litigation consulting at A2L Consulting, Seattle. Patrick Duff joined CFO Selections, Bellevue.
Conventions: Lori Magaro was named executive assistant for Seattle's Convention and Visitors Bureau, Seattle.
Development: Trent Irick was promoted to Northwest operations manager and Mindy Uber to assistant environmental health and safety director at Skanska USA, Seattle. The company also hired Tony Hill as senior project manager, Nicole Both as senior project engineer and Joan Walters as project manager in special projects.
Hotels: Brooke Byrne was named director of catering at Hotel 1000, Seattle.
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