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Published: Sunday, December 23, 2012 at 4:15 a.m.
Last Modified: Thursday, December 20, 2012 at 1:00 p.m.

Timothy Doyle has joined PD Media Lab as a search engine optimization specialist. Doyle, who has 10 years of experience in the field, owned Quantact Hosting Solutions, a North Bay web services agency.


Timothy Doyle, search engine optimization specialist with PD Media Lab

Jennifer Kaye Smith has joined the Petaluma accounting firm Baldwin, McGaughey & Co. as a staff accountant. She has more than 12 years experience in the accounting and tax field.

Lauren Grayman has been named the executive director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the North Bay, which serves more than 500 children in Sonoma, Marin, Napa and Solano counties. Previously, she was the nonprofit organization’s director of programs.

Pedro Toledo, director of government and community relations at the Redwood Community Health Coalition, has been named 2013 president of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Sonoma County. Other officers include Rene Meza, Redwood Credit Union, vice president; Linda Lemus, Christensen Accountancy, treasurer; and Peggy Mulhall, Wells Fargo Center for the Arts, secretary. Donna Zapata is executive director.

Christina Olds has been named director of museum operations for the Pacific Coast Air Museum. For the past year, she has served as administrative director and communications coordinator for the Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce’s BEST program.

Mark and Bonnie Robertson and Marcia Lloyd have acquired, which provides online reservations for lodging, dining, spas, wine tours and wine tasting in Sonoma County. The Sonoma business was previously owned by Wendy Newman. The Robertsons also own, which offers vacation rentals in Mexico, Italy and California.

Home Health Care Inc., a licensed home health care agency based in Santa Rosa, has expanded its operations into Lake County and northern Napa County. Sharon Grinnell is director of nursing. Founded in 1987, the company provides nurses, health aides and home care companions.

Petaluma Community Foundation has appointed six new members to its board of trustees: Paul Fordham, deputy director of Homeward Bound in Marin; Matt Ingram, program officer for the Metta Fund; Shawn Langwell, senior account manager at Zenergy Works; Bailey Malone, program officer at the CS Fund; Sue Murray, a longtime Petaluma resident; and Carolyn Pistone, founder and managing director at Green Key Commercial.

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