Ware Malcomb, an international design firm, has announced several new appointments and promotions. Adam Segalla has joined the firm as studio manager, architecture, in the Seattle, Washington, office. In this role, Segalla will be engaged in business development, staff mentorship, and operations for the Seattle Architecture Studio and assist in growing the office’s practice. Cory Adams has been promoted to director, architecture, in the firm’s Irvine, California, office. In this role, Adams will lead the Architecture and Advanced Manufacturing Studios for the Irvine and Inland Empire offices.
Jeffrey Cortinas has been promoted to studio manager, architecture, and Douglas Fu to studio manager, interior architecture and design in the firm’s Pleasanton, California, office. Josh Kiddle has been promoted to director, recruiting, in the firm’s Houston, Texas, office. Kiddle is responsible for the growth, strategic planning, and day-to-day operations for the recruiting team.
Kevin Evernham has been promoted to regional vice president of Ware Malcomb’s southwest region and Eric Zitny has been promoted to director, regional operations. In Evernham’s role, he joins the firm’s executive team and is responsible for the overall growth and management of the region. In Zitny’s role, he oversees firm operations for the same region.
Matt Chaiken has been promoted to vice president in the firm’s Denver, Colorado, office. Chaiken joins the firm’s executive team, oversees the leadership of the Denver office and leads Ware Malcomb’s largest corporate accounts. Jinger Tapia has been promoted to vice president, design; Maureen Bissonnette has been promoted to principal, marketing; and Maria Rodgers has been promoted to PR and communications manager, all in the firm’s Irvine office.