LA Tech ‘Moves’: Mullen Taps GM Exec, Faraday Future Welcomes Romeo Power Exec

Decerry Donato

Decerry Donato is a reporter at dot.LA. Prior to that, she was an editorial fellow at the company. Decerry received her bachelor's degree in literary journalism from the University of California, Irvine. She continues to write stories to inform the community about issues or events that take place in the L.A. area. On the weekends, she can be found hiking in the Angeles National forest or sifting through racks at your local thrift store.

LA Tech ‘Moves’: Mullen Taps GM Exec, Faraday Future Welcomes Romeo Power Exec
LA Tech ‘Moves’:

“Moves,” our roundup of job changes in L.A. tech, is presented by Interchange.LA, dot.LA's recruiting and career platform connecting Southern California's most exciting companies with top tech talent. Create a free Interchange.LA profile here—and if you're looking for ways to supercharge your recruiting efforts, find out more about Interchange.LA's white-glove recruiting service by emailing Sharmineh O’Farrill Lewis (sharmineh@dot.la). Please send job changes and personnel moves to moves@dot.la.

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EV manufacturer Mullen Automotive Inc. tapped former General Motors executive John Schwegman as chief commercial officer.

Performance vehicle brand Czinger Vehicles welcomed Dag Reckhorn as chief manufacturing officer. Reckhorn spent time at Faraday Future and Xos Trucks.

Faraday Future, an electric vehicle company, named Yun Han chief accounting officer and interim chief financial officer. Prior to joining, Han was senior vice president and CAO at Romeo Power.

Trusaic, a software company specializing in advanced workplace equity analytics, added Dawn Clements as chief sales officer. Clements previously served as IBM’s World-Wide Strategic Alliances and Channel Sales Leader.

Nicholas Weaver joined customer experience (CX) intelligence platform DISQO as vice president of engineering. Weaver served on engineering teams at Google, DICK's Sporting Goods, Capital One, Nike and Intel.

Konnect Agency, a PR and digital marketing agency, hired Taylor Osumias vice president. Osumi served as vice president at Autumn Communications.

20th Television, a Disney-backed studio, promoted Jenna Riley from vice president of drama to senior vice president of drama.

Jenny Ramirez joined NBCUniversal television and streaming as senior vice president. Ramirez was the former SVP of truTV, TNT and TBS.

BlueNalu, a developer of cell-cultured seafood, stacked its scientific advisory board (SAB) with Jennifer Jo Wiseman, Geoffrey Margolis, Daniel Gold and Nitin Baliga. Wiseman is the vice president of central innovation at E. & J. Gallo Winery, while Margolis was chief scientist at Califa farms. Gold served as the CSO at FujiFilm Diosynth Biotechnologies and Baliga is the co-founder of Sygnomics.

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Why Women’s Purchasing Power Is a Huge Advantage for Female-Led Leagues

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