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Originally published Sunday, February 9, 2014 at 8:02 PM

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Ron van der Veen named principal at NAC|Architecture

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Ron van der Veen joined NAC | Architecture in Seattle as principal architect, in which he will lead higher-education and student-housing projects and provide specialized expertise throughout the company.

He previously was a principal at DLR Group, a partner at Mithun, and is a founding board member for the Assocation for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education.

Architecture: Zach Adams was named operations manager at Freiheit & Ho Architects, Seattle.

Banking: Linda Mauzy was named vice president and senior investment strategist in the Bellevue office of Wells Fargo Private Bank. Kevin Hogan was named senior vice president of client services at Pacific Crest Savings Bank, Lynnwood. Jim Erlewine was appointed senior vice president and commercial banking team leader at Peoples Bank, Everett.

E-commerce: Joe O’Konek was appointed chief executive at the Merchant Risk Council (MRC), Seattle.

Law: Bobby Soltani joined Seed IP Law Group, Seattle.

Marketing: Margaret Price was named director of strategic planning, and Richard Jacroux chief financial officer at Hacker Group, Seattle.

Nonprofit: Gaby Rodriguez was hired as director of Camps and Program Development at Run To Win Outreach, Edmonds. Kami Bratten was hired as director of corporate affairs and major gifts at Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King County, Renton.

Technology: Ken Bunney was named chief financial officer and Guy Weismantel vice president of marketing at Vertafore, Bothell. Tracy Knox was named chief financial officer and Kelly Johnson senior vice president of marketing at Rightside, Kirkland.

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