Larry Muzamel has been named executive director for West Sacramento's California Tow Truck Association, a trade association dedicated to education, safety for operators, and advocacy for their members.
Bryant Christie Inc., a Sacramento firm that helps companies globalize, has hired Mark Anderson as a member of the information services team. Alicia Adler has been named senior manager for international marketing.
Eve Bukowski has joined California Healthcare Institute as vice president of state government affairs based in CHI's Sacramento Office.
Sacramento's Lyon Real Estate has hired Dave Wilson as chief technology officer.
Rob White has been named chief innovation officer with the city of Davis.
Sacramento public relations firm Randle Communications promoted Julie Hooper to senior account executive.
MarketOne Builders Inc. has hired George Frogue as senior superintendent and Sean Wright as project coordinator at the Jackson Laboratory/JAX West biotechnology research facility in Sacramento.
Matt Notley has joined Sacramento's Perry Communications Group as a senior account manager.
Kaiser Permanente has promoted Mark Kauffman to director of strategic initiatives for the south Sacramento area.
Raquel Corona has been hired as a project manager with Sacramento's MeringCarson.
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