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Amanda Meyers

is a new real estate agent with Windermere Van Vleet in Medford.

Meyers is a 25-year resident of the Rogue Valley and a 1988 graduate of South Medford High School. For two years she was a receptionist with Windermere.

Meyers, whose office is at 1117 E. Jackson in Medford, can be reached at 779-6520.

Ray Olsen,

program director at the Job Council, has been awarded the Certified Workforce Development Professional credential.

Olsen's is one of 413 credentials awarded by the National Association of Workforce Development Professionals.

Irving Diaz

is a new loan specialist with Award Mortgage in Medford. Diaz is bilingual and has eight years experience in real estate and banking. He is also a notary public.

Dorothy Rachor

of Phoenix was elected to a second two-year term as Oregon state president of the American Institute of Building Design. Rachor has been a member since 1984. She is a member of the Phoenix Planning Commission and served six years on the Airport Advisory Committee.

Kellie O'Niell

has joined the Medford landscape architectural firm of Galbraith and Associates Inc. She has worked in the field for more than 15 years, seven of those with the Siskiyou National Forest.

She has a bachelor of landscape architecture degree from the University of Arizona and has done course work at the Paier College of Arts. She can be reached at 770-7964.

Linda Ganim

is Lithia Motors? new vice president of accounting. Ganim came to the company in July. Before that, she served eight years as senior vice president, chief financial officer of Douglas National Bank in Roseburg.

Ganim is a certified public accountant with a 1989 degree in business administration from California State University, Sacramento.

The State of Jefferson Interchapter Council, American Business Women's Association elected two Rogue Valley women to its offices.

Betty Jean Dwyer,

of Medford, is executive director, and Joan Ferguson,

Grants Pass, is secretary/treasurer. The council has five chapters in Southern and Central Oregon and Northern California.