Advertising Encino advertising agency Inter/Media has named Kathryne Amendola Moore vice president. Erin M. Barr has been promoted from vice president, client services to senior vice president, client services and Michelle Zygelman has been promoted from account executive to vice president/account supervisor. Moore joins the firm after having served as a consultant for a half dozen direct response advertisers. She will concentrate on securing and managing clients in the education and service industries. Previously, she was vice president and account services director for Drummund Advertising Inc., where she was responsible for creative development, media buying and business development. Barr will oversee the account supervisor management team and all other aspects of client services. He has 11 years of advertising experience focused on direct response. Prior to joining Inter/Media, he was an account manager for Hawthorne Direct. Zygelman has been with Inter/Media Advertising throughout her advertising career as an account coordinator. As vice president/account supervisor, she will oversee more than $20 million in billings annually for a client list that includes Wellquest, Emson and IndyMac Bank. Consulting Kelly Lowell has joined Leighton and Associates as manager of business development at its Santa Clarita and Westlake Village offices. Lowell will develop new business opportunities and establish relationships with engineering firms with which to partner. Before joining Leighton, she was a manager of business development for RNL Design. In addition, she had been an integral part of the business development group at the international engineering consulting firms of Law/Crandall and Arcadis-Geraghty & Miller. Lois Damrow was named vice president of business development for M Squared Inc. Damrow will be responsible for building relationships with health care, consumer products and automotive companies. Previously, she was business development manager for Cruel World. Employment Services Westlake Village-based Robert Half International Inc. has appointed Donna Farrugia as Ventura County regional manager. She will oversee operations in the company’s Westlake Village, Woodland Hills, Santa Barbara and Oxnard offices. Farrugia joined the company in 1999 as San Fernando Valley area manager. Previously, she was global services marketing and business development manager for Imation Corp. Law Brent A. Reinke has been appointed partner in the Business Solutions Group for Crosby Heafey. He was formerly the managing director for Clarke and Trevethick. Reinke will manage the areas of mergers and acquisitions, advising emerging growth companies, corporate securities and finance, and the formation and capitalization of start-up businesses. Insurance John J. Nelson has been elected to the board of the National Association of Health Underwriters, a professional organization for employee benefits specialists. Nelson is a principal with Warner Pacific Insurance Services. Education Cal State Northridge has reappointed Kim Greenhalgh as chair of the department of business law to another three-year term. He coordinates the department’s activities, prepares class schedules, assigns faculty to classes, hires full- and part-time professors and advises students. Retail JoAnne Brosi was named general manager of the Glendale Galleria. Brosi will oversee and manage all aspects of the 1.5-million-square-foot regional shopping center, owned and managed by Donahue Schriber. Earlier in her career, she served as merchandise manager for J.W. Robinson department stores for 12 years. Most recently, Brosi worked as a real estate analyst for the city of Santa Monica, where she was responsible for leasing city-owned real estate, including the Santa Monica Pier. Real Estate Michael L. Sander was appointed general manager for Robinson Ranch, a 36-hole golf facility in Santa Clarita. Sander is a golf professional with over 16 years experience in the golf industry. Prior to joining the company, he was a general manager and director of golf for Marriott’s golf facilities.