Buzznet Inc., a Hollywood media company, has hired Alan Citron as executive vice president of special projects. Citron was previously general manager of Time Warner's TMZ.com.
Craig Rossi has been named director of sales for Citadel Broadcasting stations KABC-AM (790) and KLOS-FM (95.5). Previously, Rossi was president of the Western region for Citadel radio stations.
James J. Quinn has been appointed chief financial officer of Prototypes, a Culver City non-profit health organization. Quinn was previously chief financial officer and interim chief executive of the American Red Cross of Greater Los Angeles.
The California chapters of the National Association of Women Business Owners, a non-profit research and leadership development foundation headquartered in Washington, D.C., have named Betsy Berkhemer-Credaire president and Renee Fraser vice president of corporate and economic development. Berkhemer-Credaire is president of Berkhemer Clayton Inc., a Los Angeles executive search firm. Fraser is chief executive of Fraser Communications, a Los Angeles advertising and marketing agency.
The Encino office of Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services has named Jeff Benson, Matthew Friedman and Matthew Ziegler vice presidents of investments. Previously, Benson, Friedman and Ziegler served as associate vice presidents of investments with the firm.
The West Los Angeles office of Studley, a commercial real estate services firm, has promoted Corey Davidson to managing director of its national Corporate Services Group, which provides commercial tenants with strategic planning and financial structuring. Davidson was previously associate director with the group.
Gregory J. Maradei has been named vice president in the Los Angeles office of Ramsey-Shilling Commercial Real Estate Services. Maradei was previously vice president of Grubb & Ellis, a commercial real estate services firm.
Charles Dunn Co., a Los Angeles commercial real estate firm, has hired Benjamin J. Rosenberg as associate in its West Los Angeles office's investment services group. Rosenberg was previously an associate with Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services.
Wells Fargo has donated $10,000 to the Sova community food and resource
program of the Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles, a non-profit organization. The Sova program is dedicated to alleviating hunger and poverty in the community through food distribution.
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