Jaysen Long has been hired as principal/vice president of BKF Engineers in Sacramento.
Covered California, the Sacramento-based state health exchange, has named John Hiber as chief financial officer and Ken Wood as a consultant to serve as senior adviser for products, marketing and health plan relationships.
Pat Lewis has been promoted to executive vice president, chief operating officer for River City Bank.
Golden 1 Credit Union has hired Lori Allen as vice president of real estate.
Ryan Kelly has joined First Brokerage America LLC as a financial consultant. He will work in First Bank's Roseville branch.
Sacramento-based Bender Rosenthal Inc. has hired Brenda Schimpf as a senior project manager.
Joshua Baker has been named partner for the Sacramento energy law firm of Day Carter & Murphy LLP. His practice focuses on oil and gas, energy and real estate transactional matters.
Parsons Brinckerhoff, an infrastructure strategic consulting, engineering and program/construction management organization, has hired Terry Marcellus as senior commercial specialist for its Sacramento office.
Luanne Lawrence has been named associate chancellor for strategic communications at UC Davis. She will oversee strategic communications for the university, including marketing and branding, media relations, publications, Web and social media, crisis communications and internal communications. She begins March 23.
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