Promotions and appointments

The California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues have named Ryan Donovan as director of federal government affairs. Beanstalk Networks named Steve Ribultan as vice president of regional sales for SoCal. Veros Real Estate Solutions hired Sue Potteiger as vice president of business development. Sendio, Inc. named Kelly Anderson CEO. 5square.com tapped Skip Kinford as president and Ged Mackey as senior vice president of products.

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The California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues have named Ryan Donovan as director of federal government affairs. Donovan joined the Leagues in April 2005 as director of the Washington, D.C., office. Prior to coming to the Leagues, Donovan worked for nearly 10 years on Capitol Hill, including on the staffs of Brad Sherman and Richard Gephardt.

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Florida-based Beanstalk Networks has announced today it has named Steve Ribultan as vice president of regional sales. Ribultan will be responsible for selling the Web-based suite of OpenClose mortgage software to lenders. Ribultan will be based in Huntington Beach and concentrating his efforts on mortgage wholesale and retail lenders in the SoCal area. Ribultan joined OpenClose from Portellus Lending Inc., Irvine, where he was business development manager.

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Santa Ana-based Veros Real Estate Solutions today announced it has hired industry veteran Sue Potteiger as its new vice president of business development. The company said Potteiger will lead business development efforts and contribute to product development. Prior to joining Veros, she was president and CEO of American Reporting Company, LLC, where she helped grow the business from a successful credit reporting company to a regional service provider of settlement services to the mortgage lending community.

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Newport Beach-based Sendio, Inc., which provides enterprise-level anti-spam solutions, today announced that Kelly Anderson has joined the company as chief executive officer. Anderson has a proven record in developing emerging markets for companies including Nortel, GoRemote, IP3 Networks and several early-stage start-ups during his tenure at Tech West Ventures. Kelly is an expert in enterprise networking and security; and market strategies in wireless broadband value-added services, according to Sendio.

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Westlake Village-based 5square.com, which provides software services to automotive dealerships, today announced the appointment of Skip Kinford as president and Ged Mackey as senior vice president of products.

In the role, Kinford will set company strategy and manage day-to-day operations, leading sales, support, product, marketing, and financial activities. He will report directly to the board of directors. Prior to joining 5square, Kinford was senior vice president of sales and marketing at On-Line Administrators in Northridge, a supplier of CRM solutions and data management to the automotive industry.

Mackey will lead 5square.com's product development and engineering teams, set the overall vision and strategy for product development, and manage the software development lifecycle. Prior to 5square.com, Mackey held leadership roles at top technology companies including IBM, Access360, and Glovia International.

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