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Jeff Dossett was named chief operating officer at, a Seattle-based home-improvement network.

Dossett was formerly chief revenue officer at Demand Media and also has held senior leadership positions at Yahoo. Dossett also worked at Microsoft, where he was executive producer and general manager of Microsoft’s MSN Media Network in the United States.

Banking: Katerina Kuznetsova was promoted to senior vice president and credit administrator and Sammantha Ray was promoted to credit underwriter at Regal Financial Bank, Seattle.

Law: Christensen O’Connor Johnson Kindness in Seattle elected Rhys Lawson and David Sheldon to the membership.

Health care: Dr. Divya Singh and Dr. Sean Keem joined The Polyclinic, Seattle. Dr. Nyle Hendrickson joined Group Health Bellevue Medical Center.

Medical research: Aimee Dudley joined Pacific Northwest Diabetes Research Institute (PNDRI) in Seattle as principal investigator.

Music: Pete Moran was named vice president of global sponsorships, Brad David vice president of channel development, Zach Varnell as vice president of audio engineering and production, Dan Horton as senior vice president of product and technical operations and Joshua Batchelder as vice president of video production at Lively, Seattle.

Title services: Peter Johndrow was named commercial business development officer at Stewart National Title Services, Seattle.

Wealth management: Bridget Burgess joined Laird Norton Wealth Management in Seattle as a client adviser.

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