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Ross Bentley has joined Wine Country Consultants of St. Helena as a partner.

Bentley has spent the last eight years in key roles at Hundred Acre Wine Group, most recently as director of production, building on his prior responsibilities as operations manager.

A graduate of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, with a degree in communication, Bentley also has a commercial pilot’s license.

Bonny McClure has joined Ganze and Company in Napa as manager of the Client Accounting Services Division, and Brent Perkins has joined as a staff accountant in that division. McClure was previously a controller at Aldea Children & Family Services. Client Accounting Services includes payroll, bookkeeping and controller. She graduated from University of Colorado, Boulder.

Perkins is a graduate of Sonoma State University. He has experience working with nonprofit, hospitality and restaurant clients and is preparing to take the CPA exam.

Tammy Clark of The Doctors Company in Napa has been promoted to senior vice president and Northeast Region operating officer. Clark oversees business-development, claims, direct sales, patient safety and risk management, and underwriting in 23 states.

Clark has worked for the company for the past 16 years and has 29 years of professional-liability experience. Her most recent position was vice president of underwriting for the Northeast Region, where she headed the Underwriting Department and was responsible for managing staff in three offices.

Clark attended Elizabethtown College and is a chartered property-and-casualty underwriter as well as a registered professional-liability underwriter.

Bill Boriolo, PE, QSD/QSP, has been hired as a project manager with BC Engineering Group. Boriolo has more than 10 years of experience working on residential, commercial, wineries, general land development, and land-planning projects in Sonoma, Marin and Napa counties and the rest of the Bay Area.

Katie Greaves has been selected by the Sonoma County Human Services Department as director of the Employment and Training Division. She will start in her new position in July.

Greaves is currently a section manager for administration and quality improvement with the Family, Youth and Children Division. Since first hired by the Human Services Department in 2007, she has held several positions.

Greaves has a master’s degree in public administration with an emphasis in policy analysis from San Francisco State University.

Employment and Training Division Director Sherry Alderman retires in August after 36 years with the department.

Ali Willie is the new marketing and public relations coordinator for Kaleidoscope digital marketing of San Rafael. Willie graduated from Sonoma State University with a bachelor’s degree concentrating in marketing and wine business strategies.

Aris Pologeorgis is a new sales agent at Petaluma’s Top Speed Data Communications. He previously served as the indirect-channel manager for Sprint Nextel, responsible for professional mobility services in 10 Western states.

Kathleen Fannan affiliated with RE/Max Gold in the Vallejo office as a primary agent. Fannan is a member of the California and national associations of Realtors. Her specialties include buyer’s agent, listing agent, foreclosures and short sales.

Sonoma’s Transcendence Theatre Company added Susan Kopp Hoeffel to its board of directors. Hoeffel, a longtime supporter, will take on the role of board chair.

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Hoeffel has been a member of the Sonoma Valley Rotary Club since 2012 and was the club’s president in 2015–2016. She has been on the advisory councils of Sonoma Valley Fund and Transcendence Theater.

She and her husband, Jan, are partners in Deerfield Ranch Winery in Kenwood.

Transcendence Theatre’s board includes Andrew Koenigsberg, Amy Miller, Leah Sprecher, Stephan Stubbins and Brad Surosky.