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Banking/Finance George Sladoje has been named executive vice president at Alhambra-based California Power Exchange. Sladoje will oversee marketing, trading and scheduling operations. He previously was executive vice president at the Chicago Stock Exchange. Calabasas-based Countrywide Home Loans Inc. has made two appointments in its Correspondent Lending division. Doug Jones has been named executive vice president. Jones will oversee the entire division and will work to expand the product base to move the equity, subprime and expanded criteria forward. He previously was chief executive officer at Cub Funding Corp. Ed Young has been named senior vice president. Young will oversee national sales at Countrywide’s regional operation centers. He previously worked at Prism Mortgage in Chicago. Richard Wilkinson has been named vice president and director of cash management services at Agoura Hills-based Charter Pacific Bank. Wilkinson will oversee development and maintenance of the bank’s cash management products. He previously was vice president and cashier at Trans World Bank. Malcolm T. Hill has been named managing director of sales at Santa Monica-based Barrister Executive Suites Inc. Hill will oversee broker relations and leasing for Woodland Hills, Sherman Oaks, Glendale, Pasadena and Encino suite locations. He previously was managing director of office properties at Charles Dunn Co. Ariel Remler has joined Glendale Federal Bank as communications and regional public relations consultant. Remler will communicate to the local media about products, services and events surrounding the company’s regional branches. She previously was public relations manager at Chatsworth-based Great Western Financial Corp. Entertainment Scott Roth has been named executive director at the Studio City-based Society of Motion Picture and Television Art Directors Local 876. Roth will be responsible for enhancing employment opportunities for the union’s members. He previously ran his own labor law practice. Burbank-based Warner Bros. has promoted two marketing executives. Fiona Watts has been named vice president of international publicity. Watts will oversee publicity campaigns for all motion pictures distributed internationally by the studio. She previously was vice president of European publicity. Juliana Olinka has been named vice president of international promotions. Olinka will oversee the strategy and execution of various aspects of Warner Bros.’ promotional tie-in campaigns for its motion pictures distributed overseas. Olivia Cohen-Cutler has been named vice president of business affairs at Burbank-based Walt Disney Television. Cohen-Cutler will be responsible for overall negotiation of deals and above-the-line deals for network development and production. She previously was vice president of labor relations, West Coast at ABC Inc. Sylvia Krask has been promoted to vice president of music business and legal affairs at Burbank-based Walt Disney Pictures and Television. Krask will negotiate soundtrack-album agreements and talent contracts for recording artists, songwriters, record producers and composers for the company’s motion pictures. She previously was director of music business and legal affairs. Tom McGovern has been promoted to senior vice president at Burbank-based Warner Bros. Studio Stores International. McGovern will oversee business development, store operations, real estate and marketing. He previously was vice president of operations for the division. Mel Bilbo has been named vice president and general manager at DisneyQuest. Bilbo will oversee operations of the company’s new interactive entertainment attractions, which are scheduled to open soon in several major domestic and international cities. He previously was corporate vice president of operations at Busch Entertainment Corp. James M. Horowitz has been promoted to vice president of business affairs at Universal City-based Universal Pictures. Horowitz will negotiate above-the-line talent agreements, and handle the daily business affairs for Image Entertainment, Jersey Films and Jonathan Demme. He previously was director of business affairs. Health Care Cora M. Tellez has been named president of Prudential HealthCare’s Western division. Tellez will be oversee the company’s health plan operations in California, Colorado, Utah and Arizona. She previously served as senior vice president and regional chief executive of the Bay region at Blue Shield of California. She will be based in Woodland Hills. Robert P. White has joined Woodland Hills-based Health Net as executive vice president. White will oversee the merger integration of Health Net and Foundation Health, and will manage several Health Net and Foundation Health operations including Medi-Cal, information systems and provider services. He previously was president and chief executive officer of CareAmerica Health Plans. High Tech Nancy L. Gaymon has been promoted to vice president of human resources at Woodland Hills-based Litton Industries Inc. Gaymon will oversee the human resources functions of Litton’s 24 departments, managing employee training, human resource policies and employee relations. She previously was director of human resources.

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