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Execs & Accounts for May 21, 2007

Heavy adds board member; Powered hires VP of client services; Adtech names a head of product management.

Adtech hired Danny Choriki as VP product management and support. The digital ad serving platform provider, in which AOL recently took a controlling interest, tasked Choriki with building out the product support team for U.S.-based customers.

Heavy appointed Michael Greenlees to its board of directors. Heavy.com is consumer media company targeting 18-34 year old males. Greenlees is a former Omnicom director.

Powered named Mark Drosos VP of client services and content development. The provider of online consumer education programs lured Drosos away from a position as vice president of business development and interactive marketing for the nFusion Group.

Wimba hired Yancy Oshita as vice president of marketing. The education technology company hired Oshita away from mobile search and location-based software provider MobileGates where he was chief operating officer.

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