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Architects West has announced two hires. Brad Newman, who has been hired as a BIM/CAD technician, brings 12 years of architectural experience to the firm. He previously worked for SPM Architects in Amarillo, Texas. He currently is working on the Schneidmiller House Addition for Hospice of North Idaho. Cody Schwedland also has joined the staff as a BIM/CAD technician. He is currently working on projects for the Richland Fire Station #72, East Valley School District and Prosser High School.


Adam Brigham-Althoff has been hired as a commercial banking relationship manager at Banner Bank in Spokane. He has 17 years of experience in the industry and has served clients in the manufacturing, nonprofit, transportation and construction sectors. He holds an master’s in business administration from DePaul University and a bachelor’s degree from Indiana University, both with a concentration in finance.


Alissa Muñoz has been hired by the Community Colleges of Spokane as operations manager for the Center for Workforce and Continuing Education. She previously served as vice president and interim president at the Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce. Muñoz is a graduate of Eastern Washington University.


Tiffany Hanf has joined Spokane Dermatology, Werschler Aesthetics and Premier Clinical Research. Hanf, a board-certified internist, previously worked as an internal medicine hospitalist and chief of staff at Providence Holy Family Hospital. She is the chair of the Credentials Committee for Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center and Holy Family Hospital, while also working on a number of commercial research studies with Premier Clinical Research. Hanf plans to start a concierge medical weight loss clinic in the fall.

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