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Eric Mastalir picked up by the Seahawks and Sounders FC | On the Move

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Eric Mastalir was named chief commercial officer for the Seattle Seahawks, Seattle Sounders FC and First & Goal.

Mastalir will lead and develop strategic planning, development and execution for regional and national sales activities within the corporate partnerships and suite-sales department. Mastalir spent the previous five seasons as vice president / corporate partnerships for the NHL’s San Jose Sharks. Administrative services: Roger Rupp was named executive vice president, director of corporate strategy and business development at Benefit Solutions (BSI), Mukilteo.

Contractors: Timur Dilek was hired as project engineer, Jonny Hayes was promoted to superintendent and Beth Pepin was hired as operations assistant at Lease Crutcher Lewis, Seattle.

Financial Services: Jennifer Spencer joined the employee-benefit division at The Partners Group, Bellevue.

Hotels: Travis Williams was named general manager for Hotel Ballard and Ballard Inn, Seattle. Danielle Ringler was appointed regional director of sales for the Northwest at Coast Hotels, Seattle.

Law: Sarah Elerson joined Stokes Lawrence, Seattle. Alan Schuchman joined Skellenger Bender, Seattle.

Social Services: Will Berkovitz was named chief executive of Jewish Family Service, Seattle.

Software: Chris Hundley was named chief technology officer at Optify, Seattle.

Utilities: Sephir Hamilton joined Seattle City Light as chief of staff.

To be included in the On the Move column, email; send the information by fax, 206-382-8879; or mail, The Seattle Times, P.O. Box 70, Seattle, WA 98111.

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