A listing of who's on the move, moving up and earning awards.
InSite Architects, Minneapolis, hired Jill Krance as a architect. Krance has 20 years of architectural experience, with a strong emphasis on senior housing options and multifamily affordable housing.
Boeckermann Grafstrom & Mayer, Minneapolis, promoted Kolby Wolf to supervisor in the tax and accounting department.
Towle Financial Services, Minneapolis, hired Brent D. Anderson to its loan origination staff. He was a national business development officer with Stewart Title.
Smartrac Technology US Inc., Chanhassen, promoted George Murray to vice president, regional operations, Americas. He will be responsible for both North and South America facilities. He was president of U.S. operations.
Weber Shandwick, Minneapolis, promoted Aaron Masterson to vice president in its technology practice.
Boeckermann Grafstrom & Mayer, Minneapolis, elected Mark Cossette to director in charge of the tax department. Cossette brings almost 25 years of tax and accounting experience in a wide variety of industries to his new position.
Minnesota Public Radio, St. Paul, elected Kate Mortenson to MPR's board of trustees. As an independent consultant, Mortenson has advised nonprofit organizations on their program strategies and initiatives, including an effort to advance early childhood education policy in Minnesota. Prior to her independent consulting, she was a managing editor for Conus Communications, a division of Hubbard Broadcasting.
Money Magazine released its annual list of the 100 Best Places to Live in America, ranking cities with populations from 50,000 to 300,000. Eden Prairie ranks No. 3 this year.