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Accounting

Devlin Flamm and Val Johnson have joined Dougherty & Associates, CPAs in Post Falls. Flamm is a senior tax associate with the firm. She has experience in all areas of tax preparation, planning and research and she is licensed to practice in Idaho and Washington. Johnson is a staff accountant. She has 15 years of experience in accounting and worked for the firm previously from 1995 to 2006.

Education

Gonzaga University has named Judi Biggs Garbuio as vice president for student development. In her role, she will oversee most nonacademic student programs and services at the university. Garbuio has 30 years of professional experience, including 12 years as the associate dean of students at the University of Southern California.

Finance

Jim Czirr and Jan King have joined Hart Capital Management Inc. Czirr is an equity analyst and King is the executive assistant and operations support. Previously, Czirr worked in fundraising for an institution of higher education. King has extensive experience with Fortune 500 companies as well as nonprofit organizations.

Government

The Pacific Northwest Clean Water Association has awarded Sid Fredrickson with the William D. Hatfield Award. Fredrickson is the wastewater superintendent of the city of Coeur d’Alene. The award is given to operators of wastewater treatment plants who serve as a member of the Water Environment Federation and demonstrate professionalism and sustained contributions to the field for at least five years.

Health care

Bruce Britton has joined the Women’s Health Department at Incyte Diagnostics. Previously, Britton practiced pathology in Missoula.

Cancer Care Northwest has relocated its Valley Cancer Center to 1204 N. Vercler Road. For more information, call (509) 228-1500 or visit www.cancercare northwest.com.

Miscellaneous

AAA Washington has hired Diane Hague as retention team manager and office manager at the Spokane and Spokane Valley offices and Gloria Neuharth as manager of the North Spokane and Coeur d’Alene offices.

Nonprofit

Inland Northwest Community Foundation has earned its five-year accreditation from the Council on Foundations National Standards for U.S. Community Foundations for the second time. The accreditation confirms that INWCF is in compliance with 41 community foundation national standards in areas including: mission, structure, governance, resource development, stewardship, accountability, grants, community leadership, donor relations and communications.

Reinaldo Acosta, a physician in maternal-fetal medicine at Deaconess Hospital, has been appointed to the board of directors for the Spokane H.O.P.E. School (Hearing-Oral Program of Excellence).

Real estate

Larry Urann and Shawn Randall have joined Windermere North Spokane as brokers. Previously, Urann was owner of Fast Friendly Freight from 1993 until 2013. Randall was previously a consultant for the Empire Service Group.

Software

Imprezzio Inc. has promoted Rick McNeely to vice president of marketing. In his role, he will lead marketing and branding operations for Imprezzio Inc., Imprezzio Marketing, Imprezzio Global, Bad Kitty Studios, OmniPark and Racing Snail. Previously, McNeely was director of marketing operations at Imprezzio Marketing. He has more than 20 years of experience in his field.



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