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Mar 06, 2019

Hargis Engineers











Seattle-based Hargis Engineers promoted Brian Cawley to principal, Chris Skiles, Kevin Eldredge and David Bultez to associate principal, Eric Mills to senior associate and Suje Anton, Matthew Zlateff, David Drewes-Moore, Lee Bragg and David Roper to associate. Cawley leads mechanical teams that serve education, civic, institutional and retail clients. Skiles and Eldredge join the firm's next generation of telecommunications leadership team as they serve Fortune 100 and 500 global firms, while Bultez leads telecommunications and security efforts for local, regional and state institutions. Mills leads education, civic and retail mechanical teams. Anton contributes to the firm's global Fortune 100 security consulting team. Zlateff supports mission-critical, health care and higher-education clients as a mechanical consulting engineer. Drewes-Moore applies his mechanical background to serve public institutions, alongside electrical counterpart Bragg. Roper contributes to the firm's mission-critical and specialty projects as an electrical consulting engineer. Hargis is a mechanical, electrical, telecommunications, security, commissioning and energy services consulting engineering firm.

Lund Opsahl





Seattle firm Lund Opsahl promoted Tony Mason to associate, Rebecca Rumann to senior design engineer, Kevin Aguilar to design engineer and Blake Bergh to engineer. Mason has a background in construction and structural engineering. His current work includes design-build and health care projects. Rumann has a construction background. She is now working on park, church and health care projects. Aguilar's work includes multifamily, commercial and hospitality projects. Bergh is working on federal, industrial and office projects. Lund Opsahl provides structural and seismic engineering.



Former F5 Networks CEO and President John McAdam joined the board of ExtraHop, a Seattle provider of enterprise cyber analytics. McAdam also is on the boards of F5, Tableau Software and Nutanix. Prior to joining F5, he was a leader at IBM and Sequent Computer Systems.


John McCloskey joined Seattle-based CyrusOne as vice president of hyperscale and cloud sales. McCloskey has 30 years of technology sales experience, with stints at Akamai Technologies, Microsoft, Amazon Web Services, Oracle and IBM. CyrusOne is a REIT specializing in data centers.

City of Seattle

Seattle Mayor's Office created a new internship honoring local civil rights leader Ruth Woo. The six-month internship allows college students to gain experience researching and developing complex policy proposals. It pays $16.56 an hour and remains open until filled. More information is at http://tinyurl.com/Mayor-RWI.


Nonprofit Treehouse is expanding its Graduation Success program to Benton, Franklin, Skagit, Thurston and Whatcom counties. The program started in 2012 in King County and expanded to Pierce, Spokane and Snohomish counties. It helps youth in foster care graduate from high school.

Mar 05, 2019

Miller Nash Graham & Dunn


Attorney Richard Lentini joined the Seattle office of Miller Nash Graham & Dunn. Lentini has 30 years of experience with employment law, focusing on discrimination/harassment, employment policies, workplace injuries and safety. He also has experience in auto-dealer law, product liability and asbestos litigation.



Tim Leslie is the new CEO of Leafly, a Seattle-based cannabis technology company. Leslie spent 20 years at Amazon, most recently as vice president of Amazon Prime Video International. Consumers can use Leafly to learn more about cannabis, discover products and brands, and find retailers through a website and mobile app.


Bruce Cazenave resigned as CEO of Vancouver-based fitness equipment maker Nautilus. Cazenave was with the company for seven years. M. Carl Johnson III, board chair, is interim CEO. Earlier this year, Nautilus laid off about 7 percent of its workforce and told investors that its fourth-quarter results would fall below projections.


Secureworks President and CEO Michael Cote joined the board of ExtraHop, a Seattle provider of enterprise cyber analytics. Cote has decades of experience leading companies in the cybersecurity and information technology sectors, including Talus Solutions and MSI Solutions.

The Walsh Group

The Walsh Group’s Seattle office hired Carla Genao as project accountant. Genao held a similar role at GLY Construction in Bellevue. For Walsh, she is working on a project for Bates Technical College.

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