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Finance

Salient Wealth Management named Frank J. Jones as chairman of its investment committee.

Technology

Blink Logic Inc. hired Mike Thomas as chief marketing officer. He is a former VP of marketing at Oracle Corp.

Law

Woodruff-Sawyer & Co. named Bill White as Corporate & Executive Protection practice leader. White joined the firm in 1997 and was made partner in 2001.

Real Estate

Prudential California Realty gave Heidi Mueller the Legacy Award and a “Chairman’s Circle Platinum” award. She is the top producer in the Cathedral Hill office.

Nonprofit

Astia appointed Rob Dellenbach to its board. He is a partner at Fenwick & West LLP.

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