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Integrus Architecture has hired Robert Browning as an engineering technician and Robert Grant and Cassandra Lang as intern architects. Browning is currently working in Integrus’ structural group on government projects. Grant has six years of experience working on projects with a focus on BIM training and management. Lang earned a master of architecture degree from Washington State University. Grant and Lang are currently working with Integrus’ government group.
Washington State University College of Nursing has hired Darryl Duvall as program director for the doctor of nursing practice program. Duvall is a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist and has worked as a nurse anesthetist since 1998. He earned his doctor of nursing practice degree from Northeastern University in Boston.
Washington State University College of Pharmacy has promoted Jennifer Robinson and Megan Willson to clinical associate professors in the department of pharmacotherapy, effective July 1. Robinson joined the WSU faculty in 2008 and has worked as the director of student services for the doctor of pharmacy program since 2011. Willson joined the WSU faculty in 2007.
Inland Northwest Health Services Health Training recently received official accreditation for its paramedic program from the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs.
Trindera Engineering has hired Mark Cranston as project engineer. Cranston has more than 30 years of experience in industrial machine design and was a senior electrical designer at FLSmidth.
Mountain West Bank has promoted Alison Gonsalves to senior vice president of commercial lending in the Coeur d’Alene branch office. Gonsalves joined Mountain West Bank in 1993.
Mountain West Bank has received the Innovation in Financial Education Award from Nasdaq and EverFi. The award recognizes the bank’s work to provide financial education to young adults.
Michele T. Rooney has joined Incyte Diagnostics as a renal pathologist. Rooney is board certified in cytopathology, anatomic and clinical pathology. Previously, she was a pathologist at William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan.
Geoffrey Mwangi and Cameryn Flynn have joined the board of directors for Partnering for Progress. Mwangi works at the Native Project Clinic and will serve on the organization’s health committee. Flynn is the business development manager for SNAP.
Greater Spokane Incorporated has promoted Angela Naccarato to vice president of administration and Jessica Kirk to manager of Eastern Washington PTAC. The organization has also hired Travis McNamee as part of the membership team. Naccarato joined GSI in 2003 as an executive assistant. Kirk was previously in GSI’s membership development division for three years. McNamee has more than 15 years of professional sales experience.
The Spokane Central Lions has announced the members of its board for 2015-16 as follows: Ted Schinzel, president; Chuck Monson, first vice president; Steve Maggio, second vice president; Cliff Miller, secretary; Scott Opperud, treasurer; Steve Ball, membership chair; Jeff Snow, immediate past president; Cheryl Roberts; Rodger Lake; Jerry Johnson; Jeff Wendel; Carole Williams; Lee Teichmer.
Etailz has hired Hannah Peterson as a compliance/lead generation associate, Jake Menne as a pricing and cost analyst and Nicholas Watkins as a lead generation associate.
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