John Costa has been named director of governmental and public affairs for North State Building Industry Association in Sacramento.
The Foundation for California Community Colleges has named John O'Sullivan as vice president of finance and chief financial officer. He has served as interim CFO since September.
Natasha Mata has been named president of Wells Fargo & Co. Four River Market in Roseville. She oversees 600 members and 44 banks in Placer, El Dorado, Butte, Shasta, Colusa, Plumas, Sutter, Nevada, Yolo, Yuba, Solano and Tehama counties.
The Advantage Group in Sacramento has hired Susan D'Arcangelo as a sales agent.
David Gentilcore has joined Tri Counties Bank in Granite Bay as a reverse mortgage lending specialist.
The California Forest Association has hired Lindsey Nitta as director of communications. She begins Tuesday.
Lynne Whately has joined the Sacramento infrastructure firm of Parsons Brinckeroff as deputy environment manager for the California High-Speed Rail project management team.
Ascent Builders Inc. of Sacramento has hired the following: Courtney Wetsell, project engineer; Jennafer Hughes, project administrator; and Craig Press, superintendent.
Traci Stevens, former acting secretary of the state's Business, Transportation and Housing Agency, has joined Governmental Advocates Inc., a governmental advocacy firm in Sacramento.
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