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Originally published Sunday, February 2, 2014 at 8:00 PM

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Darnell is VP of sales at Vera Whole Health

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James Darnell was named vice president of sales at Seattle-based Vera Whole Health, a company that offers on-site and near-site primary and wellness care clinics for employers in the Pacific Northwest.

Darnell previously led the sales team at Delta Dental of Washington and before that, he was a regional sales director of United Concordia, overseeing sales offices in Northern and Central California, Oregon, Colorado and Washington.

Cruises: Annie Scrivanich was named senior vice president at Cruise Specialists, Seattle.

Education: Seth Talbott, CEO of Longevity Medical Clinic, was named instructor for the Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) class of 2014 by the Bellevue Chamber of Commerce.

Law: Alessandra Allen joined Riddell Williams, Seattle. Edward Skone joined Seattle-based Cairncross & Hempelmann’s family law practice group. Mark Walters joined Lowe Graham Jones, Seattle.

Real estate: Stephanie Brown joined McAvoy Real Estate in Seattle as sales coordinator. David Otis was named vice president at Jones Lang LaSalle, Seattle.

Technology: Eric Johnson was named chief financial officer at Nintex, Bellevue.

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