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On the Move: BDA names Rob Martin chief marketing officer

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Rob Martin was promoted to chief marketing officer at Bensussen Deutsch & Associates (BDA) in Woodinville.

Martin joined the merchandise agency in 2009 and oversees marketing and communication for both BDA corporate and its consumer-products division, PowerA.

Martin has more than two decades of marketing and management experience and has served in executive management positions for the Seattle Sonics, Seattle Storm and Tully’s Coffee.

Architecture: David Shaffer was promoted to senior associate at NAC | Architecture, Seattle.

Communications: Kate Hudson and Emily Nauseda were promoted to account executives at Frause.

Design: Erica Hildebrand was hired as visual communications manager at SRG Partnership, Seattle.

Engineering: Marc Jenkins was hired as an acoustician at Sparling, Lynnwood.

Golf courses: David Raper was named general manager, Dionne Corey director of weddings/catering and Thomas Kollasch food and beverage director/executive chef at the White Horse Golf Club, Suquamish.

Health care: Thomas Bahn joined Proliance Surgeons as chief operating officer, Seattle.

Hotels: Christa McManamon was named general manager of Hotel Ballard and Ballard Inn, Seattle.

Insurance: Rob Ahrendt was named a financial planner at MetLife Securities, Bellevue.

Marketing: Bryan Estep was named vice president international, Cynthia Mason, vice president of global human relations and talent, Lori Main, director of customer success and Arnout Groen, general manager Europe at buuteeq, Seattle.

Organizations: Tami Farber joined the YMCA of Snohomish County in Everett as the director of community engagement, diversity and inclusion, and education.

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