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Monday, November 19, 2012, 5:00 am

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    Banking and Finance

    Jackie Williams, Heidi Duckor, Renee Rymer

    Bank of Marin has announced management promotions in its five southern Marin branches. The Bank will also be relocating its Strawberry branch to the Cove Shopping Center in Tiburon, effective November 19, 2012. Jackie Williams, branch manager at the Strawberry location, has been promoted to market manager for Tiburon and Sausalito. Stephanie Kelsey will continue in her role as branch manager in Sausalito. In Mill Valley, Heidi Duckor, branch Manager in downtown Mill Valley, was promoted to market manager. Renee Rymer, branch manager in Corte Madera, has been promoted to market manager for Corte Madera and Greenbrae. She will now be located in the Greenbrae branch.

    Jon O’Halloran, Linda, Lippstreau

    Jon O’Halloran has been promoted to branch manager. Linda Lippstreau, branch manager of the Greenbrae office, is now branch manager of the Corte Madera office.

    Health Care

    The county of Marin approved more than $600,000 to add eight psychiatrists to the county’s Health and Human Services mental health and substance abuse program. Some of the doctors include Mary Ann Caswick, William Goodheart and Rebeca Quezada.


    Colleen Ryan

    Colleen Ryan has joined Wells Fargo Insurance Services in Petaluma as an account executive in personal lines. Ms. Ryan has been in the insurance field for over 20 years, most recently with Milt Brandt General Insurance in Healdsburg.


    Community Foundation Sonoma County appointed Elizabeth Brown as its new president and CEO. Ms. Brown, a former executive at the Marin Community Foundation, was chosen following a nationwide search and succeeds Barbara Hughes, who announced in March that she would retire at year’s end. Brown will join Community Foundation Sonoma County in January.

    Elizabeth Brown

    Ms. Brown has been both the vice president for philanthropic Ssrvices and the vice president for programs at Marin Community Foundation. Prior to her roles at Marin Community Foundation, Ms. Brown worked for Bank of America, where she introduced philanthropy to high net worth individuals. She also has served in Washington at the Council on Foundations, which represents more than 2,000 family, private, community and corporate foundations nationwide.


    Equity Solar, Inc., a San Aneslmo-based company that commercializes solar photovoltaic technology, announced it has appointed David Maloney, Ph.D., to its board of directors. Dr. Maloney currently serves as account technology director at Intermolecular. Prior to joining Intermolecular, Dr. Maloney spent fifteen years at DuPont/EKC Technology, where he held several roles, including US R&D and applications engineering manager, global product manager and global technology director.

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