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November 28, 2018



Van Hemert




In Seattle, McKinstry hired Julie Milner as talent development director and Karen Vogel as human resources operations director. Also, it promoted Alli Burton to director of talent acquisition, Hendrik Van Hemert to technical services director, Geremy Wolff to technical services business development director, Scott Esher to operation manager for commissioning, Lauren Fruge to operations manager for energy management, Ryan Dickerson to operations manager for facility assessments and Jake Landsiedel to program manager for measurement and verification. Milner has nearly 30 years of experience in consumer goods and health care — specializing in training, employee and organizational development, strategic workforce planning and change enablement. She oversees employee training and development. Vogel has several decades of experience in human resources for Nordstrom, WatchGuard Technologies and Liberty Mutual. She will work on employee benefits and optimizing systems that power the benefits. Burton has 15 years of recruiting experience, including as a talent acquisition partner at McKinstry. She now drives recruiting efforts across McKinstry nationwide. Van Hemert oversees Northwest technical service offerings and leads business planning, strategy and financial management. He also continues to lead the firm's issue management services. Wolff leads technical services sales and development in the Northwest, which includes Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana. He works with clients to assess building operational performance, identify needs and risks, and propose technical services. Esher leads Northwest commissioning teams with a focus on enhancing cross-region tools, process and approaches. He has over 15 years of project management and engineering experience, including as a U.S. Navy nuclear engineer. Fruge is responsible for the firm's powerED and active energy management offerings in the Northwest with an eye on growth in Oregon and the Inland Northwest. Dickerson oversees the delivery and growth of McKinstry's facility condition assessment offerings in the Northwest, and has nearly 20 years of experience in project development. Landsiedel leads measurement and verification for technical service clients in the Northwest. He is charged with streamlining processes and integrating programs into an optimized regional approach, and has over 12 years of experience.

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