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Noble Studios hires

Jill Wieczorek, Whitney Ginsburg and Kate Sikora have joined the staff of Noble Studios.

Wieczorek was hired as a strategic planner.

Wieczorek, who has 12 years of sales and planning experience, previously worked for worked for Wyeth Consumer Healthcare, Kraft and, most recently, Ubisoft, where she helped develop sales strategies for video games such as “Assassin’s Creed” and “WatchDogs.”

She graduated form Tulane University and earned an MBA in global business from Rutgers University.

She won the 2010 Kraft Excellence award for her work on Trident Layers and the 2009 Cadbury Overachievers award for excellence in execution.

Ginsburg was hired as a project coordinator.

She previously worked as the online marketing coordinator at the Atlantis Casino Resort Spa. She also founded Sparkling Water, a customized, rhinestone water bottle company in 2011.

Ginsburg earned her bachelor’s degree in advertising with a minor in Spanish from the University of Nevada, Reno.

Sikora was hired as a media coordinator.

She previously worked in digital marketing and ran her own business for three years, working with clients in Malaysia, Dubai, Germany and the United Kingdom.

Sikora, a native of Manchester, England, moved to Reno in 2010 to pursue a masters degree in interactive journalism at the University of Nevada, Reno. She was awarded the graduate student of the year award and still teaches social journalism classes at UNR.

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Craig Carroll has joined PK Electrical, Inc. as an electrical designer.

Carroll, who has 15 years experience in the electrical industry, started his career as an electrician, moving his way up to foreman and later a fire alarm project manager.

He earned his electrician license through International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee in 2005.


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