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The ACE Mentor Program of Rochester announces that William Ketchen has been named president and Dustin Welch has been named vice president.

The Rochester Area Community Foundation announces that Simeon Banister has been hired as senior director of equity and Ronisha Williams as office and building assistant.

Rochester Precision Optics announces that Clinton Braine has been hired for business development of life sciences.

Rochester RHIO & HealthVantics announce the following new hires: Tarun Kothari as a medical director for the Rochester RHIO; Timothy Moore as a deployment coordinator for the Rochester RHIO; Candice Osborne as a deployment coordinator for the Rochester RHIO; Timothy Reilley as a technical project manager for HealthVantics and Jessica Schue as a deployment support specialist for the Rochester RHIO.

Insero & Co. CPAs LLP announces the promotion of Kelly Condon and Taylor Whalen to senior accountants and Lindsey Donahue to audit supervisor.

The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Rochester has announced the appointment of Kelly McCormick-Sullivan as president of the chapter.

Quality Vision International announces the hiring of Timothy Stotts as embedded engineer, Derrick Eberhart as ERP app administrator and developer and Charles Stuart as machine packer.

Partners + Napier announces the hiring of Meg Dollinger as an art director and designer in the Vine Creative Studios.

McDougall Communications announces that Charla Kucko has joined the company as a senior counselor.

MRB Group announces that Lance Brabant has been promoted to director of planning services.

Crosman Corp. announces that Dan Maier has been hired as vice president of finance.

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