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Appointments•  West Valley Women, a social networking organization, has announced the appointments of the following four women:Director: Kate Cox, community relations director and operational manager, Heard Museum West Ambassador: Paulette Goldman, information center manager, Estrella by Newland CommunitiesAmbassador: Sharon Levinson, ...

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Awards• Sonoran Visual Media, LLC was awarded the 2007 Cutting Edge Award from the Arizona Society of Association Executives for a 45-second video e-mail they produced to promote attendance at the Southwest Landscape and Nursery Expo.The winning video e-mail, which ...

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New Hires• Anthony Bowman has joined the Valley Metro Regional Public Transportation Authority (Valley Metro/RPTA) as the manager of Transportation Demand Management. He will head the rideshare account team, which works with more than 1,200 employers in the metropolitan Phoenix ...

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Government• Rep. Steve Gallardo, D-13 has been chosen to serve on the National Labor Caucus of State Legislators’ Advisory Council. Gallardo, who serves as minority whip, has long been involved in labor-related issues, serving as the co-chairman of the successful ...

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Government• Mark Brnovich, assistant U.S. attorney, has been added to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Phoenix to focus on the prosecution of gaming related crimes throughout Arizona.  The joint program, with the Arizona Department of Gaming (ADG) and various Arizona ...

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Awards • LifeLock, a Tempe-based consumer information protection company, is being considered for an inaugural Red Herring 100 Global 2007 Award. LifeLock, most famous for its $1 million service guarantee and the company’s CEO, Todd Harris, giving out his Social ...

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AwardsThe Arizona Masonry Guild, Inc. announced the winners of its 16th Annual Excellence in Masonry Architectural Awards during a banquet on Oct. 26. The program honored the following 11 projects for outstanding masonry design, workmanship and creativity with the use ...

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Awards• Ruth A. Unks, risk manager for Maricopa Community Colleges, has been honored with the inaugural Innovative Risk Management Solutions Award from the University Risk Management and Insurance Association (URMIA) at the group’s awards luncheon at the 38th Annual URMIA ...

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Awards• Tamara Woodbury, CEO of the Girl Scouts — Arizona Cactus-Pine Council, was awarded the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce 2007 ATHENA Businesswoman of the Year at the Chamber’s 20th Annual ATHENA Award Luncheon held Oct. 25 at the Arizona ...

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Associations• Jeff Spellman has been elected president for 2008 of the Arizona Parks & Recreation Association. Spellman, a park manager for Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department, oversees the operation of Camp Colley, an outdoor adventure camp located 150 miles north ...

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