May 03, 2019
In Redmond, Michael Tidwell joined Data I/O as vice president of marketing and business development. Tidwell was head of marketing and business development at Sansa Security, and head of product marketing at Arm Holdings' IoT Services Group. Data I/O makes programming and automated device handling systems for programmable integrated circuits.
Los Angeles-based Lamps Plus named Joanna Hawley as a brand ambassador. Hawley is a Seattle-based blogger, stylist, digital influencer and publisher of the Jojotastic blog, which focuses on eclectic lifestyle and small spaces. Lamps Plus has five brand ambassadors for 2019-2020. They highlight the company's spectrum of interior design styles in lighting and home furnishings through various marketing channels. Lamps Plus has two stores in the Seattle area.
May 02, 2019
John J. Corkrean and Joe W. Laymon joined the board of Clearwater Paper in Spokane. Corkrean is executive vice president and CFO for H.B. Fuller, a maker of adhesives, sealants and chemical products. Before Laymon retired in 2017, he was vice president of human resources and corporate services at Chevron. Clearwater supplies private-label tissue to major retailers and wholesale distributors, and produces bleached paperboard.
Dr. Colleen Delaney, Dr. Christopher Henney, Ron Howell and Dr. Steven Reed were inducted into the Washington Life Science Hall of Fame, which recognizes leaders who have made significant contributions to the life sciences. Delaney is founder, chief scientific officer and executive vice president of R&D at Nohla Therapeutics. Henney is the retired co-founder of Immunex, Icos and Dendreon. Howell has been CEO of Washington Research Foundation for nearly 30 years. Reed is founder of the Infectious Disease Research Institute and co-founder of Corixa and Immune Design.
May 01, 2019
Anna Griffin joined Bellevue-based Smartsheet as chief marketing officer. Griffin has over two decades of marketing experience, including stints as senior vice president of corporate marketing at CA Technologies and vice president of global marketing at Juniper Networks. Smartsheet is a cloud-based platform for work execution.
In Seattle, Precept Wine promoted Courtney Bradbury to director of strategic accounts. Bradbury has 12 years of supplier logistics and sales experience. She joined Precept in 2007 as an order processing coordinator and was promoted in 2010 to order logistics manager. In 2016, she became director of sales logistics.
Tereza Marks is the new executive director at Pawsitive Alliance in Kenmore. Marks has been involved in animal welfare for over 20 years, most recently as executive director of Eastside Audubon Society.
Seattle-based architecture and design firm MG2 named Wendy Unzleman and Peter Stocker shareholders, Risa Yuki a shareholder and associate principal, and Eric Marks a shareholder and principal. Marks works in the Washington, D.C., office, and the others in Seattle. Also in Seattle, the firm promoted Balmiki Bhattacharya, Mai-Lee Lam, Christine Lasley, Janelle Schneider and Shannon Suess to associate principal. Unzleman is vice president of finance. She has brought financial, operational and strategic guidance to MG2 for over a decade, combining her knowledge of the A/E/C industry and experience scaling operations to meet market demands. Stocker is a principal in the retail market. He has led the firm's brand design and development practice for the past five years. Most recently, he has been integral in building the food, beverage and entertainment category as a growing sector within the retail and commercial markets. Yuki has been with the firm for 20 years and has significantly impacted the quality of design and delivery projects. She has partnered with her team members, consultants, contractors, jurisdictions and clients. Marks is retail practice lead in the D.C. office and has been a leader across markets and regions. MG2 provides architectural services, planning, interior design, brand strategy and consulting.
DCI Engineers promoted principals Grant Buckingham, Greg Gilda, Craig Crowley, Jeff Brink, Matthew Hubbard and Matthew Schmidt to vice president roles that were added to better facilitate the firm's growth and management, and to differentiate the principals' corporate responsibility. Buckingham and Gilda are in the Seattle office, and Crowley, Brink, Hubbard and Schmidt are in the Spokane, San Francisco, and Bozeman and Missoula, Montana, offices, respectively. They are all on the firm's executive management team. Buckingham has over 25 years of experience in structural engineering and project management and has worked on single-story structures to high-rise buildings. He is principal in charge of DCI's information technology. Gilda has over 30 years of structural engineering and project management experience with commercial, educational, residential, religious, sustainable and public projects. He has also overseen design-build, tenant improvement, transit oriented and sustainability projects. He is principal in charge of the marketing department. Crowley has 20 years of experience at the Spokane office. He has been involved with business development and project management. Brink is principal in charge of the San Francisco office, and has tapped into the multifamily and technology markets in the Bay Area. Hubbard has 15 years of experience in designing structures for commercial, educational, high-end residential and specialty projects, such as outdoor art installations. He is principal in charge of DCI's human resources department. Schmidt has over 25 years of engineering experience, and has worked on large commercial projects such as bridges, municipal buildings, schools and factories. DCI is a civil and structural engineering firm.
Portland-based landscape architecture firm Shapiro Didway hired Renee Wilkinson as an associate and Serena Rebers, Jenny Anderson and Alden Carr as designers, and promoted Jessica Habel to marketing coordinator/graphic designer. Wilkinson has over six years of landscape design and project management experience with a focus on nature play and plant design. Her work has included John Callahan Memorial Garden in Portland and the Google Bike Vision Plan in Mountain View, California. She is working on mixed-use housing, senior living, K-12 campus and house projects. Rebers has four years of design experience. She was on the team for Carbon12, the tallest cross-laminated timber building in the country. Her design specialties include native and medicinal plant design and earth architecture. She works on housing and senior living projects. Anderson has three years of experience, including with a firm in Coventry, England, where she did urban design, residential, health and senior living projects. She has been working on commercial, residential, senior living and K-12 school projects for Shapiro Didway. Carr has a bachelor's in environmental science and biology from Northern Arizona University, and a master's of landscape architecture from the University of Oregon, and is working on office projects. He has a construction background. Habel has led several business development proposals resulting in new commissions for the firm while managing its website, database, marketing materials and branding. Shapiro Didway provides landscape architecture, urban design and planning services.