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John Roll has been named the vice dean for research for the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine at Washington State University (WSU). Roll served as the as senior vice chancellor of the WSU Spokane Health Sciences campus. He is the founding director of the WSU Program of Excellence in the Addictions Research and co-director of the WSU Translational Addiction Research Center.


Strata has promoted Austin Ilg to staff engineer. Ilg has been with the firm for two years and previously served as a field professional. He is an American Concrete Institute certified Concrete Testing Technician and holds an Engineer in Training license for Washington state.

Health care

Keith Campbell has been named a recipient of Washington State Pharmacy Association’s Bill Mueller Outstanding Mentor Award Winner. Campbell served as the director of continuing education for the Washington State University College of Pharmacy for 28 years and was one of the founding members of the American Association of Diabetes Educators.


Attorney Gabrielle Roth will join the firm of Winston & Cashatt as an associate, effective Sept. 12. Roth’s practice will focus on family law and guardianships. She has previous experience with general litigation, appellate law and regulatory health care.


Modern Woodmen of America has named Pam Almeida as the recipient of a $100 award grant through the organization’s Hometown Hero Program for her work as the executive director at GSC Meals on Wheels.


Etailz has hired Julia Nelson as a marketplace marketing coordinator.

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