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Washington State University has named Matt Zimmerman its registrar. Zimmerman started at WSU in 2008 and has served as veterans coordinator, assistant registrar and associate registrar. He has served as interim university registrar since July 2017.

Gonzaga University has named James Angelosante its vice president for administration and Lizbeth Martin its interim provost and senior vice president for the upcoming academic year. Angelosante is the former executive director and chief financial officer for the facilities services at University of Washington and will be responsible for administrative and business support operations in human resources, plant and construction services, sustainability, the Hemmingson Center and auxiliary services. Martin will oversee the university’s academic and student development divisions . She previously served as provost and vice president for academic affairs at Holy Names University in Oakland, California.


Tony Lee has been named chief research and development officer at Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories. Lee has worked in a number of positions in the research and development division, including director of power systems and vice president in the quality division. He most recently served as chief manufacturing officer. In his new role, Lee will oversee the process for new product development. He has been with Schweitzer since 1991.


Healthcare Resource Group has made three leadership moves. Jason Coffin has been promoted to executive vice president of OutPartnering. He has been with HRG since 2013 and has also worked as senior vice president for a financial services organization, operations manager for a hospital system in Seattle and served two tours of duty in the Navy. John Nulty has been named executive vice president of business solutions. He has previously held leadership positions at Conifer Health, MedAssets and McKesson. Julie Stankus has been hired as health information management business development director, focusing on the Midwest and central states. Prior to HRG, Stankus worked in HIM software sales, coding, auditing and interim management solutions. She has 24 years of health care experience.

Natalia Menert has joined Cancer Care Northwest as a board-certified nurse practitioner. Menert focuses on family and adult/geriatric care in both inpatient and outpatient settings and is board certified as an adult/gerontology acute care nurse practitioner as well as a member of the Oncology Nursing Society and American Association of Nurse Practitioners.

Julia Salazar has been awarded the designation of a board-certified clinical specialist in women’s health physical therapy by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties of the American Physical Therapy Association. Salazar specializes in identification and treatment of those with pelvic floor dysfunction and works as a physical therapist at Apex Physical Therapy. She is one of 22 providers with the certification in Washington and one of 433 nationally.


The online marketplace retailer Etailz announced 15 new hires. Jesus Avila, previously with PushPay, has been hired as account manager-drop ship. Office Coordinator Sabrina Bauer comes to Etailz from Reddaway. Jacob Bromley has been hired as software engineer II and most recently worked at LaunchedIT LLC. Marissa Dolby has been hired as talent and culture specialist. She comes from Blue 449. Nick Duke, Matthew McGee and Nathan Sherburne have been hired as software engineer I. Duke and McGee are recent Eastern Washington University graduates and Sherburne previously worked at Predictive Science Inc. Anelise Goodall, previously with Froyo Earth, will work as purchase order management associate. Lead Generation Associate Andrew Hayes comes to Etailz from Pacific Park Children’s Center. Jason Kariotis has been hired as software engineer III. He previously worked at Verint Systems. Alexandra Martin has been hired as account manager and Holly Schwartz has been named application support. Both are recent Gonzaga University graduates. Kathryn Munro will work as product compliance coordinator. Shey previously worked at Infinity Rehab. Software Analyst I Tim Volstad comes to Etailz from Redemption Spokane. William Walker, junior pricing analyst-temp, is a recent graduate of the University of Alaska-Anchorage.

Jesse Crawford has been hired as director of North American sales for OpenEye, a provider of cloud-managed video surveillance. Crawford comes to OpenEye from Baker Group, a specialty contractor located in Iowa, where he served as director of technology-business development. In his new position, Crawford will lead the regional sales organization while developing new accounts.


Destinations International has awarded Visit Spokane the Destination Marketing Accreditation Program seal, recognizing commitment to industry excellence, performance and accountability. The accolade is based on compliance with mandatory and voluntary standards and has been awarded to over 200 destination organizations.


Regina Malveaux, CEO of YWCA Spokane, has been named to Washington’s Women’s Commission by Gov. Jay Inslee. The newly created commission will address issues regarding women, including domestic violence, child care, sexual discrimination and harassment at work, equal compensation and the needs of women of color.

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