People on the Move

Wed, May, 24 2017
Electrical Project Designer
Stantec

Nowell Ancheta has joined Stantec’s Lynnwood, Washington office as an electrical project designer focused on creating safe and reliable systems and meeting client needs.
 

 
Tue, May, 23 2017
President
The Estate Planning Council of Seattle

The Estate Planning Council of Seattle has appointed a slate of new officers to lead the council for 2017-2018, with Ronald Nagle, CPA, with Peterson Sullivan LLP, in Seattle elected president.

 
Tue, May, 23 2017
Of Counsel
Stoel Rives

Stoel Rives LLP, an Am Law 200 law firm, is pleased to announce that Gabrielle Glemann has joined the firm as an Of Counsel attorney in the Corporate Group in Seattle.

 
Tue, May, 23 2017
Environmental Technologies Manager
Burns & McDonnell

Burns & McDonnell is expanding its Environmental Services team with the hiring of Rick Cramer.

 
Tue, May, 23 2017
Board of Directors
Novinium

Novinium, an end-to-end safety and reliability solutions provider for electrical utilities, announced today the addition of Sidney Hinton to its Board of Directors.  

 
Mon, May, 22 2017
New Hire
Stantec

David Randin has joined Stantec’s Seattle, Washington office as an acoustician in the company’s buildings practice.

 
Fri, May, 19 2017
Attorney
Lane Powell

Priya B.

 
Thu, May, 18 2017
Senior Consultant
Silverware Inc.

Marello will serve as the project manager and lead consultant on client projects working closely with company's President to streamline project implementations. 

 
Wed, May, 17 2017
Director of Account Management
UnitedHealthcare of Washington

 Jim Schirmer has been promoted to Director of Account Management at UnitedHealthcare of Washington.

 
Tue, May, 16 2017
Senior Client Executive, Property & Casualty Division
USI Kibble & Prentice

USI Kibble & Prentice today announced that John Tillman has joined the company as a Senior Client Executive in its Property & Casualty Division. In his new role, Tillman will be dedicated to helping organizations craft customized insurance programs to mitigate their risks.

 

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