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									On the Move
             Lloyd Alexander, Seal Software
             The San Francisco provider of a platform
             that helps companies maximize revenue
             opportunities named Lloyd Alexander vice
             president of contract strategy. Previously,
             he served at IBM.

             Rita Brogley, MyBuys
             The San Mateo provider of coordinated
             personalization services for display
             advertising, email and websites, appointed
             Rita Brogley chief executive officer and
             president. Before her recent appointment
             at the company, she was chief customer

             Saydeah Howard, Institutional Venture
             The Menlo Park venture capital and growth
             equity firm appointed Saydeah Howard vice
             president of talent and venture services.
             Recently, she served as vice president of hu-
             man resources and organizational develop-
             ment at LeapFrog Enterprises.

             Mark Hurd, Baylor University
             The Texas-based educational institution
             named Mark Hurd to its board of regents.
             Currently, he serves as president at

             Scott Peterson, Digital Realty Trust
             The San Francisco provider of data center
             tools appointed Scott Peterson chief in-
             vestment officer. Previously, he served as
             the company’s chief acquisitions officer.

             Adeeb Shanaa, Aria Systems
             The San Francisco recurring revenue busi-
             ness provider appointed Adeeb Shanaa
             vice president of products. Recently, he
             served as executive vice president at

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