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Mayor of Snoqualmie elected president of the Sound Cities Association

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Matt Larson, the mayor of Snoqualmie, was elected president of the Sound Cities Association (SCA), which represents 36 cities in King County that have a population of under 150,000.

Larson is serving his third team as Snoqualmie mayor and for two years was president of the Snoqualmie Valley Governments Association.

The SCA was formerly known as the Suburban Cities Association and was founded more than 40 years ago.

Aerospace: Paul Benson was named vice president, human resources at Esterline Technologies, Bellevue.

Apparel: Atsuko Tamura was named president of Oiselle, Seattle.

Architecture:Russell Hazzard was promoted to president of MulvannyG2 Architecture, Bellevue, and Ron Mitchell joined the company as hospitality market leader.

Associations:Valerie Young of Warner Telecom Group was elected president of the Seattle Executives Association.

Banking: Tyler Burkland was named to lead the commercial banking team at U.S. Bank in Bellevue. Craig Manalili was hired to the Seattle-based commercial banking team of Washington Trust Bank.

Commercial real estate: Doug Smart joined Clise Properties in Seattle as vice president and general counsel.

Cruise lines:Beth Bodensteiner was promoted to senior vice president, revenue management for Holland America Line, Seattle.

Hospitality:Li Cerizo joined Visit Seattle as concierge, assistant manager.

Logistics:Sean Priest was named terminal manager at Kool Pak, Kent.

Senior living:Kris Batiste was promoted to area director of operations, and Tod Steward was named public-relations director at Living Care Lifestyles in Seattle.

Technology:Brad Brooks, former Microsoft and Juniper Networks executive, was named chief marketing officer at DocuSign, Seattle. Kim Albrecht was named vice president of brand marketing and events at Nintex, Bellevue.

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