Pedro Toledo has been named chief administrative officer at Petaluma Health Center. Previously, he was director of government and community relations at Redwood Community Health Coalition. He currently serves as president of the Sonoma County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Edward Lynch has been named evening dean at Empire College for its School of Business. A retired Analy High School instructor, Lynch joined Empire College in 2010 as the lead instructor for its free GED preparation program.
Jim Andersen has been appointed to the management committee at Hemming Morse, where he is a partner in its Forensic and Financial Consulting Services Group. Before joining the firm in 2012, Andersen was a partner at Burr Pilger Mayer.
Sean Scully has been named editor and director of news content for Napa Valley Publishing, which produces the Napa Valley Register, the American Canyon Eagle, the St. Helena Star and the Weekly Calistogan. Previously, he was a reporter at The Press Democrat and editor at the Weekly Calistogan.
Angela Agundez has joined Sonoma Eyeworks as an optician. Previously, she worked at Marin Eyes and at a family-owned laboratory in Modesto.
Stett Holbrook has been named editor of the Bohemian, a Santa Rosa alternative newsweekly. Previously, he was senior editor at Make magazine and food editor at Metro Silicon Valley.
Stephen Gale has been hired as district representative for U.S. Rep. Mike Thompson, working in the Santa Rosa office. Previously, he served as managing partner at Wellspring Business Development and director of strategic investments at Fair Isaac.
Edith Gonzalez has also joined Thompson's staff as a constituent services representative, working in the Napa office. Previously, she served as an intern in the Vallejo office.
Three new real estate agents have joined Creative Property Services: Debbie Harika and Shelley Furr have joined the Santa Rosa office, while Shannon Lamb has joined the Petaluma office.
Terra Firma Global Partners has opened a real estate office in Glen Ellen, its seventh office. Susan Irvine will operate out of the office, located in the ARThouse Gallery, 1375 Arnold Drive.
Friends of Lake Sonoma has elected new officers: Harry Bosworth, president; Phil Pinto, vice president; Tony Pettis, treasurer; Gordon Amrein, recording secretary; and Donna Meier, corresponding secretary. Two new board members were also elected: Rick Herbert, who operates the Lake Sonoma Marina, and Linda Clapp, who is retiring from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers later this spring.
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