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Published: Sunday, January 20, 2013 at 4:15 a.m.
Last Modified: Friday, January 18, 2013 at 2:26 p.m.

Jennifer Williams has been promoted to director of advertising at The Press Democrat. Previously, she was director of strategic development and a key member of the team that created the PD Media Lab, an SEO and website design agency. Before joining the newspaper, she worked as a sales manager at New Generation Media.

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Jennifer Williams, director of advertising at The Press Democrat.

Santa Rosa resident Kristina Keck has joined Woodruff-Sawyer & Co., where she will serve as an account executive for retirement plans in the firm’s Employee Benefits practice. Previously, she worked as a retirement plan consultant and investment advisor with ClearPoint Financial, and served as a force status controller with the U.S. Air Force.

Jennifer Schiavone has joined Allen Wine Group as accounting manager. Previously, she served as tax supervisor at Linkenheimer LLP and worked as a staff accountant specializing in winery clients at the CPA firm of Dillwood Burkel & Sully.

La Ventana has opened an outpatient eating disorder treatment center in Santa Rosa at 923 College Ave. The treatment team is led by Clinical Director Dr. Christine Pappas, president of the San Francisco Chapter of the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals.

The Palm Drive Health Care District in Sebastopol has elected new officers for 2013. They are: Nancy Dobbs, president and CEO of KRCB-TV, president; Marsha Sue Lustig, former assistant city manager in Cotati, vice president; Chris Dawson, former director of operations and distribution at The Press Democrat, treasurer; and Sandra DeBella Bodley, former chair of the nursing departments at Sonoma State University and Santa Rosa Junior College, secretary.

Petaluma Health Center has added four new members to its board of directors. They are: Pedro Toledo, director of government relations for the Redwood Community Health Coalition; Joe Tambe, a Petaluma businessman and commercial arbitrator; Gloria Robinson, founder of Petaluma Blacks for Community Development; and Georgina Warmoth, former president of both the Latino Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services and Faculty Wives of Sonoma State University.

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