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Turner Construction Co.’s vice president and office manager, Ron Rudolph, was recently reappointed to the board of directors of the Associated Builders and Contractors Inc.’s San Diego chapter. Rudolph’s primary role on the board will be to focus on growing membership to increase ABC’s local strength and influence. A respected industry veteran, Rudolph brings extensive knowledge from decades of experience to ABC.


Fiserv Inc., global provider of financial services technology solutions, has named industry veteran Chris Capdevila vice president of product management and strategy for risk and compliance solutions.

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Capdevila has more than 25 years of experience in technology and financial services and was named Software Entrepreneur of the Year by the Software Council in 2005 for his contributions to the Southern California software industry. He is frequently sought out as an adviser and speaker on risk, security and best practices.

Health care and biotech

DD Studio, which develops laboratory instruments and medical devices across a broad spectrum of research and patient care environments including acute, diagnostic, surgical, therapeutic, and home/consumer health care, has named Kate Marchio manager of new business development. Her focus is creating and managing partnerships within medical devices and life sciences communities. Marchio previously spent three years at Ziba Design, where she gained a blend of design experience, marketing skills, technical abilities and business development expertise.

Enigma Diagnostics Limited, which develops diagnostics for the detection and identification of infectious organisms, such as bacteria and viruses, in environmental, clinical and biological samples, has announced the opening of its regional headquarters in San Diego with the appointment of Joel Centeno as vice president, regulatory and quality.

In Centeno’s new position, he will be responsible for obtaining appropriate regulatory approval for Enigma’s rapid diagnostic instrument systems and products. He brings extensive executive experience in quality system design and implementation, new product development, and clinical trial expertise.


Fluxx Nightclub has announced its management team, which holds more than 60 years of experience in the night life business. The team includes: James Thorp, assistant general manager; Mike Drummond, entertainment director; Anna Sindelar, creative director; Mike Vizcarra, bar manager; Kristy Rumsey, bottle service manager; Ariadna Jacob, VIP host and director of new media; Emily Goldman, sales manager; and Jason Mitchell, VIP manager.


Barney & Barney LLC has announced that Jeremy Anderson, who joined the firm as a principal at the start of the year, will lead the firm’s newly launched national compensation consulting practice.

Previously, Anderson worked for several compensation consulting firms, designing and implementing executive compensation programs, sales incentive plans, equity strategies and performance management systems. He will be expanding these offerings at Barney & Barney, and will also assist clients with the development of organizationwide communication strategies in support of new program launches.


Spencer C. Skeen, partner of Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch LLP, has been named a top attorney in business litigation by the Corporate Counsel Edition of Super Lawyers magazine. Skeen’s practice emphasizes class action defense; employment and labor consulting and litigation; and business and real estate litigation. In 2009, Skeen was selected to be included in the Southern California Super Lawyers-San Diego list for business litigation.

Bruce Beach, a partner in the San Diego office of Best Best & Krieger LLP, has been named a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates, one of the most prestigious honors for a lawyer. Beach specializes in eminent domain and property litigation, and has tried 40 jury trials throughout his 37-year career, of which 15 of those cases have been certified for publication and can be used as precedent in future court cases.

Matt Sinnott has joined The Mogin Law Firm P.C. to focus on antitrust and general business litigation. Sinnott received his J.D. from the University of San Diego, where he was the lead articles editor for the San Diego International Law Journal and vice president of the Intellectual Property Law Association. Previously, his emphasis was on complex commercial insurance coverage litigation, and other complex litigation representing both national clients and local businesses.


Julia Beeson Polloreno has been appointed editor-in-chief of Triathlete. Previously senior editor of San Diego Magazine, Polloreno has an award-winning track record in publishing. The San Diego Press Club has recognized her with multiple first-place feature-writing awards, and she has also received top honors from the Society of Professional Journalists. In her new position, she will oversee the monthly magazine’s content and production while reporting to Editorial Director T.J. Murphy.


The Project Management Institute-San Diego Chapter Inc. has installed its 2010 board of directors, which will represent the organization’s 1,300 members who are project managers. The board includes John Stenbeck, president; Todd Greenwood, vice president of communications; Michael Potter, vice president of finance; Jon Vance, vice president of programs; Teresa Parker, vice president of outreach; Nick Duran, vice president of membership; Laurajean Rispens, vice president of professional development; and Tony Bruno, vice president of operations.

Real Estate

Jones Lang LaSalle has announced the promotions of Scot Ginsburg to managing director and Alan Baca to vice president, and named Kelly Johnston senior marketing manager for its San Diego office.

Ginsburg has been with the firm since 2008, following the merger with The Staubach Co. He specializes in tenant representation for high-technology, life sciences, business services, research and development and other growth-oriented companies.

Baca, previously an associate at The Staubach Co., has represented clients such as American Systems, intelliSolutions Inc. and Solute Consulting.

Johnston joins the firm from Burnham Real Estate with 17 years of experience in marketing and management. She will be leading marketing and business development efforts in her new position.

Cassidy Turley BRE Commercial has announced the addition of Jerry Keeney, Jack Illes and Ed Colson Jr. to expand the firm’s services.

Keeney joins the company’s office and life sciences division, working out of the University Towne Center headquarters, where he focuses on tenant representation with an emphasis on the legal and life sciences industries.

Illes leads the newly developed urban strategies group in the company’s downtown offices. The team specializes in providing real estate strategies for owners, users and investors of retail, hospitality, creative office and mixed-use properties in the urban and coastal areas of Southern California.

Colson will be working in the UTC headquarters’ net leased investment group.

Steve Rosetta has been promoted to executive managing director of Cushman & Wakefield Inc.’s San Diego County operations, where he will oversee all sales and leases activities, asset management and capital markets functions. Rosetta has 14 years of experience in both management and brokerage roles. He has been affiliated with Cushman & Wakefield since 1996, and has been pivotal in negotiating some of the county’s most notable sales and lease transactions and has been consistently honored as a top producer.

Eric Johnson has been named senior managing director of Cushman & Wakefield’s distressed assets and receivership services group. Johnson brings 30 years of experience to his new position. Most recently, he was senior managing director of the company’s North County and Riverside County operations, a position he previously held with Burnham Real Estate before its acquisition by Cushman & Wakefield in early 2008.


Aperio Technologies Inc., a provider of digital pathology for the health care and life sciences industries, has appointed Keith B. Hagen to chief operating officer. Hagen will be responsible for the strategic and operational leadership of Aperio’s product development and operations teams, including manufacturing, on a global scale. With nearly 25 years of leadership experience and success in improving company financial performance, Hagen is recognized as a strategic leader in the health care information technology market.


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