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Featured People — February 2011 Issue


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Hole
Dr. Margaret Leinen has been named the new Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute executive director and associate provost for marine and environmental initiatives. She is the founder and president of the Climate Response Fund, served as the chief science officer of Climos Inc. and worked for the National Science Foundation.

Wilhelmsen Ships Service (Lysaker, Norway) has appointed Vidar Hole to the position of business director for the company's maritime logistics services portfolio. He was most recently vice president of logistics in the shipping and logistics division of Wilhelmsen ASA and has been with the company since 2006.

Dr. James Kendall became acting director of the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement's (BOEMRE) Alaska Outer Continental Shelf region on January 1. Kendall had most recently served as the chief of BOEMRE's Environmental Division. Previously, he had served as the chief of the environmental sciences section of BOEMRE's Gulf of Mexico region.

Coretrax Technology (Aberdeen, Scotland) recently appointed Chris Calder as operations manager. In this new position, he will oversee operations of facilities in Aberdeen and operations of service delivery to customers worldwide. Calder, who holds a master's in mechanical engineering from Strathclyde University, joins the company from Halliburton Energy Services.

Seakeeper Inc. (California, Maryland) has hired Thomas "T.J." Tracy as its new director of commercial and military sales, the company announced in December. Tracy most recently served as vice president of sales and marketing for Zodiac of North America Inc.

Marport Deep Sea Technologies Inc. (St. John's, Canada) announced in December that it has appointed Dr. Marc Pinto as chief sonar scientist. He will be employed with Marport's subsidiary in Lorient, France. An expert in synthetic aperture sonar, Pinto previously worked in mine countermeasures at the NATO Undersea Research Centre.

Tritech International (Aberdeen, Scotland) recently announced that Andrew Seaton has been promoted to customer support manager. Seaton has been with Tritech since 2001 and previously held the roles of customer support engineer and product line manager. In his new role, he is responsible for the company's customer support engineers.

York Haven, Pennsylvania-based Daisy Data Displays Inc. (D3) announced the appointment of Chris Fyanes as regional sales manager of the eastern U.S. territory. Fyanes joins D3 with more than 20 years of market sales experience.


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