Who got hired or promoted this week? Here’s our weekly rundown, in chronological order.

Who got hired or promoted this week? Here’s our weekly rundown, in chronological order.

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edward-zorn

Edward Zorn

On June 11, California Regional Multiple Listing Service (CRMLS) appointed Edward J. Zorn as its new vice president and general counsel. “Edward’s wealth of experience and industry knowledge will make him a key addition to the CRMLS family,” said Art Carter, CEO of CRMLS, in a statement.

June 15

Laura Glick

Laura Glick

Laura Glick is the new business development officer covering the northeastern United States at Realtors Federal Credit Union. “Laura is well-established in the Howard County and surrounding areas’ real estate marketplace and will hit the ground running,” said Victoria Gillespie, senior and National Director of Business Development for the Realtors Division.

Mike Pelletier

Mike Pelletier

RadPad hired Mike Pelletier as its vice president of marketing. “Mike will be hyper-focused on making sure RadPad becomes a household name domestically within the next 12 months,” said RadPad CEO Jonathan Eppers in a statement.

Carter Murdoch

Carter Murdoch

Carter Murdoch joined Century 21 Real Estate as its senior vice president of strategic growth and industry relations. “Carter’s unique blend of industry experience directing business operations and sales strategy for a high-growth, high-energy division of a Fortune 100 organization will help us execute on our international growth initiatives,” said Rick Davidson, president and chief executive officer, in a statement.

David Reich

David Reich

The Trillist Companies, a developer of residential and mixed-used properties in the U.S., named David Reich as its director of development. “David’s leadership, depth of relationships, and accomplishments in maximizing the operating performance of properties in key markets will be an asset to our team in creating value for our current portfolio as well as for our continued growth in the South Florida region,” said Scott Leventhal, president and chief executive officer of the Trillist Companies, in a statement.

T.J. Curran

T.J. Curran

T.J. Curran joined Mortgage Network Inc. as a loan officer in the company’s Providence, Rhode Island, branch. “Considering his extensive mortgage product knowledge and strong ties to the community, T.J. is a fantastic addition to our team,” said Jesse Kenner, manager of Mortgage Network’s Providence branch office, in a statement.

June 17

Matt McCormick

Matt McCormick

Matt McCormick joined The Roxborough Group, a real estate private equity firm, as senior vice president. “I’m delighted to have Matt join me in this senior role at Roxborough,” said Roxborough’s managing partner Marc Perrin in a statement.

Greg Kove

Gregory Kove

Stewart Title Commercial Services hired a new senior business development officer, Gregory Kove. “Gregory’s impressive career accomplishments and sales record made him an ideal selection for this position,” said David Seekins, manager of commercial services Los Angeles center, in a statement.

June 18

Karen Blasing

Karen Blasing

Rajat Taneja

Rajat Tanjea

Ellie Mae appointed Karen Blasing and Rajat Tanjea to its board of directors. “Karen’s experience as CFO for SaaS and enterprise software leaders and Rajat’s experience in innovation and technology leadership in software, online services, and the financial services industry will bring additional depth to our board,” said Jonathan Corr, president and CEO of Ellie Mae, in a statement.

June 19

Kathi Jarrone

Kathi Jarrone

Kathi Jarrone joined Pennrose Management Company as its vice president of compliance. “I am so pleased that Kathi has joined our team and brought her extensive compliance experience to Pennrose,” said Lee J. Felgar, president of Pennrose Management Company.

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