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Originally published Sunday, January 19, 2014 at 8:01 PM

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Sheridan leads major fundraiser

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Aimee Sheridan was appointed executive director at Auction of Washington Wines, an annual Seattle-based fundraiser that has raised more than $30 million since its inception in 1988, with most of the proceeds going to Seattle Children’s hospital.

Sheridan’s job will include strategic planning, fundraising and donor development. She has more than 20 years of working in leadership positions for nonprofit organizations, including the Boys & Girls Clubs of King County, the Salvation Army and PAWS.

Construction: Danita Hill, Charles White and Brandon Bell joined PSF Mechanical, Seattle.

Engineering: John Marrow was named president and chief executive of Seattle-based Harris Group.

Law: Sandra Johnson, Jessica Belle and Rachael Ream joined Garvey Schubert Barer, Seattle. Keith Dearborn and Alison Moss joined Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, Seattle.

Social services: Margaret Coleman was named executive director of the Domestic Abuse Women’s Network, Tukwila.

Transportation: Jim Gaw was promoted to president and chief operating officer at Atlas International, Seattle.

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