On the Job July 6, 2012
Boulder-based social-media marketing firm BlogFrog hired Molly Theda as director of human resources. Theda has more than 10 years of domestic and international human resources experience in high-tech, services and retail organizations. Previously, Theda was director of human resources at GoPro, a consumer electronics company, and Jive Software.
Louisville-based Real Goods Solar Inc., a residential solar-installation company, hired Mark Chapman as operations manager in its office in Denver. Chapman has five years of solar industry experience, most recently as the operations director for SunTalk Solar. Prior to SunTalk, he was the operations manager for Standard Renewable Energy in Boulder.
Boulder-based architecture firm DTJ Design Inc. elected principals Chris Moore as chief executive and Bill Campie as president. Moore has been with DTJ since 1998, and Campie has been with DTJ since 2006.
Golden Triangle Construction Inc., with offices in Longmont and Colorado Springs, promoted Jeff Nading from president to chief executive, Brian Laartz from senior vice president to president, Jeff Dingwall from vice president to senior vice president, and Andy Fiamengo to vice president.
Broomfield-based MWH Global hired Ken Esposito as mining sector leader for North America. He will be responsible for growing business in North America and will collaborate with counterparts in South America and Australia. Esposito also will serve as location manager for the MWH office in Fort Collins.
Boulder-based Premier Members Federal Credit Union appointed Peter S. Jansky II to its board of directors. Jansky serves as manager of Worldwide Treasury Operations for Ricoh Production Print Solutions, where he manages treasury and banking activities in more than 30 countries. Reappointed board members include Harvey A. Kamionka, Michael Meyers and Matt Rarden.
Boulder-based BiOptix Diagnostics Inc. appointed Michael W. Routh to its board of directors. Routh's career spans more than 30 years in the analytical instrument industry split equally between top executive and senior functional leadership roles in such companies as Varian, Applied Research Laboratories, Baird, Thermo Fisher Scientific, BioRad and most recently, General Electric.
Boulder-based Dynamic Materials Corp. (Nasdaq: BOOM), a manufacturer of explosion-welded clad metal plates, appointed Kevin Longe to executive vice president and chief operating officer. Longe's experience includes time at Sonoco Inc., Lydall Inc. and Electro Scientific Industries.
Louisville-based printing and graphics firm Global Imaging hired Erica Martin as a graphic production specialist and Daniel Sawyer as a technical systems specialist. Previously, Martin worked for Denver Custom Signs as a production assistant and graphic designer. For Global Imaging, Martin will work on website maintenance and enhancement of brand online presence, graphic production and design and support in marketing collateral. Sawyer has more than 20 years experience in digital systems and print workflow solutions, and with a wide variety of print processes including direct to garment printing, embroidery, sublimation, laser etching and wide format. He is also a trained software and applications specialist. He will work in the technical services department providing installations, training and technical support for the portfolio of wide and grand format equipment, software and accessories.
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