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February 21, 2024

Wood Harbinger


Andy Brown




Noi Brown

Del Mundo


Bellevue-based engineering consulting firm Wood Harbinger, Inc. recently transitioned to its sixth generation of leadership, which took effect on Jan. 1, 2024.

Former president/CEO Tom Leonidas has started a new chapter and former executive vice president Sean Bollen is now Wood Harbinger's new president.

Bollen brings a nearly 30-year history with Wood Harbinger as an electrical engineer and project manager. He has been managing principal of Wood Harbinger's electrical engineering group for four years.

CEO Bollen is joined by a leadership team including controller Courtney Montgomery and director of operations Andy Brown.

Montgomery has been with Wood Harbinger for 15 years in roles of increasing responsibility in business and financial management. Brown has also been with Wood Harbinger for 15 years, starting out in CAD and electrical design. He has led the firm's business operations for more than five years.

Wood Harbinger also welcomed four new team members in 2023: senior mechanical engineer James Carter, III; electrical designer Michael Provera; electrical designer Tim Del Mundo; and electrical designer Noi Brown.

Carter joined the firm as a senior mechanical engineer. He spent 10 years as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Coast Guard prior to launching his consulting engineering career in the Seattle Area. He served in a variety of management and leadership roles in the Coast Guard, including as the Port State Control Branch Chief at U.S. Coast Guard Sector Puget Sound, as a mechanical engineer at Coast Guard Headquarters in Washington, DC, and as the auxiliary mechanical and electrical engineering division head aboard a high-endurance warship. He holds a master's degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Washington (UW), and a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from the United States Coast Guard Academy. He is currently pursuing a master's in business administration, also at UW.

Provera joined the firm as an electrical designer with six years' experience designing electrical systems for luxury residential, multifamily housing, hotel renovations, healthcare facilities, and office renovations. He holds a master's degree in biological engineering from the University of Hawaii and a Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering from the Colorado School of Mines.

Del Mundo is an electrical designer with more than six years of experience. He graduated in 2015 with a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from UW. Recent experience includes several healthcare facility renovation projects. His achievements include top-three rankings in American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges' Student Mathematics League competitions while attending Bellevue College.

Brown is an electrical designer with six years of experience, including working for the FAA as a resident electrical engineer in addition to consulting. She has worked on a variety of electrical distribution systems for commercial buildings, transportation infrastructure, and aviation facilities. Prior to a career change into engineering, Noi Brown owned and managed a remodeling company. She holds a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering and a minor in computer science engineering.

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