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On the move

Becky Monday has been named general manager of Leisure Care's Springfield Place Retirement Community in Petaluma. She has worked nearly four years for the company, most recently as general manager of The Preserve in Pompano Beach, Fla.

Sean Gallagher has been named director of national sales at Flora Springs Winery and Vineyards in St. Helena. He previous worked 11 years at Chappellet Winery and served as national sales manager from 2010 to 2014.

The Volunteer Center of Sonoma County has promoted Bonifacio Torres to director of 2-1-1 Information and Referral Service and hired Keith Samse as its finance director. Torres has been a supervisor for the program for almost five years, and Samse has been a manager in both corporate and nonprofit accounting positions since 1985.

Sonoma resident Lori Greenstein Bremner has been named chairwoman of the board of directors for 2014 at the California division of the American Cancer Society. She has volunteered with the state society for 16 years, including service on the board for the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network.

Jennifer Stewart has been named executive director of The Napa Valley Education Foundation. She previously served as assistant director of Community Programs for the Napa County Office of Education.

Jon Bade and Heather Wilson have joined Goodwill Redwood Empire as retail store managers. Bade, who will manage the Sebastopol outlet, previously held retail management positions around the Bay Area. Wilson, who will lead the Stony Point Plaza outlet, previously worked in management for Gap, Inc.

Christine Rodman and Stephanie Clark have joined Santa Rosa-based Leap Solutions Group as human resource consultants to business and nonprofits. Rodman's work will include recruitment, training and performance management, and Clark's work will include compensation management, payroll administration and project management.

Matt H. Welty has joined the board of directors for Becoming Independent, the North Bay's largest nonprofit serving people with developmental disabilities. Welty is the managing shareholder at Welty|Welty, a Healdsburg law firm.

Brian McGee of DJO Global and Mary Silveria-Leal, a nurse at Petaluma Valley Hospital, have joined the board of directors at Greenacre Homes & School. Greenacre provides residential, educational and vocational services for emotionally disturbed and developmentally delayed boys and young men.

(Submit On the Move items to onthemove@pressdemocrat.com.)

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