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Architecture

NAC Architecture has hired Evan Larson as a desktop support specialist, Tasha Lightning as director of research and experience development and Kevin Santora as an electrical designer. Larson previously had his own IT consulting business in Spokane, Lightning worked previously for the Central Washington University Office of Undergraduate Research and Santora worked previously for EVCO Sound and Electronics Inc.

Aviation

Spokane International Airport has hired Kelly Fukai as manager of public and external affairs. She is currently the chair of the Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce and has worked previously for Avista, Pinnacle Marketing Group and Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories.

Law

Witherspoon Brajcich McPhee PLLC has added attorney Joseph Lunsky to its business and corporate law, taxation and real estate practice areas. He earned a Juris Doctor decgree from Willamette University College of Law and a Master of Laws degree in taxation from University of Washington School of Law.

Gravis Law has hired Mark Zocher as chief technology officer to form the new technology and innovation department. He worked previously for the city of Bellevue and the University of San Diego.

Honors

Whitny Norton, Benjamin McDonnell and Todd Adolphson, three associate attorneys of the law firm Piskel Yahne Kovarik in Spokane, have been recognized as 2019 Rising Stars by Super Lawyers Magazine. Norton and Adolphson were recognized in the area of business litigation, and McDonnell was recognized in the area of construction litigation.

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