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Wednesday, June 19, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Education

Teresa Borrenpohl of North Idaho College has been awarded the Strategic Enrollment Management Endorsement from the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admission Officers. Borrenpohl is one of 27 individuals internationally to earn the endorsement, awarded for her skills in the field of strategic enrollment management.

Health

Summit Cancer Centers has hired Norman Willis as a radiation oncologist. Willis started a solo practice in Portland that expanded to several locations with 11 radiation oncologists, and was the medical director for radiation oncology for Legacy Health Services for 30 years. He also was interim medical director for Legacy Cancer Services.

Law

Winston & Cashatt Lawyers has hired associate attorney Catherine Kardong. Her practice is focused on elder law, estate planning and probate. Kardong was selected as an honors candidate at the Washington State Attorney General’s Office and spent two years in Olympia representing areas within the Department of Social Health Services before relocating to Spokane to work as lead counsel for EWU.

Public Relations

ActionCOACH Business Coaching has hired Jennifer Ferrero to work in Tapio Center office. Ferrero has owned and operated several Spokane- and Liberty Lake-based marketing and public relations companies and has 20 years of experience in the industry.

Honors

Public Utility District No. 1 of Pend Oreille County’s Water Department was presented the Treatment Optimization Program Gold Certification of Achievement by the Department of Health for the River Bend Water System. The system was one of seven in the state to receive the award and achieved consistently high-quality drinking water for 2009-2018.

Leadership Moscow has announced the graduation of 16 students from its program May 10, comprised of Amanda Argona, city of Moscow community events manager; Tim Besst, Latah County Sheriff’s Office chief deputy; Tyler Drees, University of Idaho Athletic Department manager of sales and service; Samantha Dunlap, University of Idaho Association director of development; Kendra Ewing, Moscow Chamber of Commerce events and communication coordinator; Ellen Grundin, Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories executive assistant; Brittany Harrington, University of Idaho - CNR administrative, development and events coordinator; Alyssa Hartford, Latah County Assessor’s Office senior residential appraiser; Megan Landers, Account Ability owner/CPA; Cameron Lundy, Colonial Life Insurance representative; Abigail McLauchlin, University of Idaho administrative assistant - VSF; Daniel Noble, University of Idaho senior financial and employment services tech; Rebecca Sarmiento, Troy Insurance Agency commercial lines producer; David Schott, city of Moscow assistant parks and recreation director; Mia Vowels, Moscow city attorney; and April Young, Palouse Habitat for Humanity volunteer coordinator. Partipants were nominated by their businesses to participate in the nine-month course focusing on economic development and media training.

Coeur d’Alene-based Mountain West Bank has been included in Best Places to Work in Idaho’s list of 2019 winners, placing ninth in the macro employers category for companies with 250 or more employees. A division of Glacier Bank, it is one of three North Idaho employers out of 50 statewide to earn the honor.

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