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May 09, 2018

PCS Structural Solutions





In Seattle, PCS Structural Solutions promoted Jeremiah Bowles to associate. In Tacoma, it promoted Megan Hubbell to marketing coordinator, Bekah Lawson to assistant office manager and Alissa Coupe to project engineer. Bowles joined PCS four years ago and recently completed work on Olympic View Middle School in Mukilteo and The Park at Elk Grove retirement community in California. Hubbell was hired three years ago and supports marketing and proposal efforts. Lawson has been with PCS for six years and supports administrative and accounting activities. Coupe was hired two years ago. Her recent projects include Glacier Middle School in Buckley and South Sound Behavioral Hospital in Lacey. PCS is a structural engineering firm with offices also in Portland.




Chef, a Seattle-based continuous automation software company, named Corey Scobie senior vice president of product and engineering and Ryan Ried vice president of worldwide sales. Scobie and Ried each have more than 20 years of leadership experience at Silicon Valley technology companies.


Qumulo, a Seattle-based provider of universal-scale file storage, appointed Peter Zaballos chief marketing officer. Zaballos has more than 25 years of marketing experience at technology companies, most recently as CMO for Minneapolis-based SPS Commerce.


Visualant is changing its name to Know Labs. The Seattle company directs structured light or radio waves through substances to capture molecular signatures used for identification, authentication and diagnosis.

Marvista Elementary School

Marvista Elementary School in Normandy Park won a $20,000 education grant from Symetra and Seattle Seahawks called Symetra Heroes in the Classroom MVP Award. The money will fund a program called Calm Classrooms that helps students regulate emotions and energy to maintain an optimal learning environment.

HAPO Credit Union

Richland-based HAPO Credit Union is adding Invo Video Banking. Invo provides an integrated video platform for real-time interactions without the need to fully staff all branches.

NAC Architecture






In Spokane, NAC Architecture hired Andrew Juarez as a marketing coordinator, Sydney Miller as a human resources specialist, Ruina Du as an architectural designer, Alyson Mahoe as a research and experience development coordinator and Hannah Mackin as an interior designer. Juarez has a bachelor's in philosophy from Whitworth University and was an apprentice with Helveticka in Spokane. He prepares proposals, statements of qualifications, presentation materials and award submittals. Miller has bachelor's degrees in human resources and general business from Boise State University. She was with McMillen Jacobs Associates in Boise. Du has a bachelor's in architecture from the University of Idaho and bachelor's of mineral resources engineering from Xi'an University of Architecture and Technology in Xi'an, China. She is working on the Selah School District study and survey. Mahoe supports marketing and architectural projects through writing, organization and training. She has a bachelor's in political science from Gonzaga University and was with Maurer Law in Spokane. Mackin has re-joined NAC after two years at HDG Architecture. She holds a bachelor's in interior design from Washington State University and is working on Colorado School of Mines Residence Hall in Golden, Colorado. NAC specializes in planning, design, engineering and capital facilities consulting services.

Stuart Silk Architects







Seattle-based Stuart Silk Architects promoted Carrie Anderson, Amanda Cavassa, David King, David Marchetti, Michael McFadden and Lisa Sidlauskas to senior associate, a new title at the firm. Anderson, an architect, founded the SSA Green Team. She holds a master's in architecture from the University of Washington and a bachelor's in architecture from the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee. Cavassa is an architect with over 16 years of experience in residential design and architecture. She has managed residential projects and her work has been in Luxe Magazine. King has construction experience and spent seven years managing projects at SSA, which he rejoined in 2015. Marchetti has been practicing architecture since 2000, and at SSA since 2006. He has worked on homes in Washington, Connecticut, New York, Lake Tahoe, Palm Springs, Colorado, Montana and Oregon. McFadden has been with SSA for 16 years. He is a LEED-accredited professional and is involved with Built Green. Sidlauskas joined the firm in 2000. She does residential design, and has worked on traditional and contemporary projects. SSA specializes in residential construction, renovations of historic structures and commercial construction.

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