Seattle-based Trace Register, a data provider for the global seafood industry, named heath england as its new president. England is a seafood industry veteran with an in-depth knowledge of operations, logistics and distribution. He was previously COO of The Fishin’ Company, a major supplier to Walmart. Trace Register’s TR5 platform helps supply chain members build digital supply networks.
In Seattle, Shelf Engine named director of retail technology Sophie Kim as Head of Product Management, a newly created position. Kim comes from Amazon, where she has held a variety of product leadership roles over the past 4½ years, including retail supply chain optimization, information systems design, and launches. of Just Walk Out stores. She also led the development and launch of a unified data pipeline between Amazon and Whole Foods Market that powers key retail use cases, including the perishables supply chain. Shelf Engine provides artificial intelligence with the aim of reducing food waste.
Seattle-based Docklight Brands said it plans to open a Marley Natural cannabis store this week in Toronto as part of a retail development deal with Fresh Vibe Ventures. The company has also secured several other retail locations and plans to open 35 stores by 2030 across Canada. Each store will be independently owned and operated. Docklight brands include Marley Natural and Marley CBD. Fresh Vibe Ventures has decades of experience building retail and restaurant brands in Canada.
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Art Anderson has announced three new signings. Sabrina Stingle joined the company as a designer. Stengle will work in the Marine Division and be responsible for the detailed design and drafting of the ship’s systems. His experience as a ship fitter, which solved problems in the field, will be an asset.
Stan Kulsa was hired as Project Manager and Naval Architect/Senior Naval Engineer. Kulsa will also work in the company’s marine division. He will perform design efforts as a team member with senior engineers, architects and designers; and will be responsible for the independent execution of engineering design solutions. Kulsa will execute assigned design solutions in accordance with accepted engineering standards. Assignments will include a wide variety of naval architect/marine engineering design services related to support projects focusing on ship stability, structural analysis, mechanical engineering, and ship constructability.
ryan fish joined the company as an electrical engineer. Fish will be responsible for the electrical design and related services. He will execute assigned design solutions in accordance with accepted engineering standards.
Blueline recently hired five new employees. My Kenzie Fockler was hired as an engineer to work on residential projects. Fockler graduated from the University of Washington with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering. In addition to her engineering experience as an intern at RH2 Engineering and as a civil designer at Hatton Godat Pantier, she has traveled the world on her own on the Bonderman Fellowship at UW.
Melanie Williams was hired as a technical draftsman. Williams is originally from the Philippines, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Cebu Institute of Technology-University. Most recently, she worked for PACE from its Oregon office, writing investigative stories.
Rudy Jiménez Jr. joins the company as a designer-engineer to work on public works projects. Jimenez is from Houston and has experience as a civil CAD designer on several water and wastewater projects with Brown & Caldwell in Seattle and other engineering companies in Houston.
Dan Saarenas was hired as a designer-engineer. Saarenas graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and has over 10 years of experience in civil design. Saarenas will work on residential projects for Blueline.
David (Dave) Bramer joined the firm as a project landscape architect. Bramer graduated from the University of Washington with a Masters in Landscape Architecture and has over 10 years of experience in landscape architecture. He will work on multi-family, mixed and commercial projects for Blueline.
Michael Romero, LEED AP, has joined Parametrix as Senior Construction Manager based in Seattle. He has over 25 years of experience in the landscape architecture, project management and construction industry. He has spent the past 15 years providing construction and project management services for K-12 schools and other public sector clients. Romero comes from the Shoreline School District, where he served as a construction superintendent. He managed the budget, programming, schedule, consultants, design, permits and construction of a $250 million bond program for four schools. His project experience also includes work for Lake Washington School District, Seattle Public Schools, Washington State, City of Bainbridge Island, Pierce Transit and King County Metro. At Parametrix, he joins the company’s community construction division, providing project management and construction services to public and private clients in the Puget Sound area.
Tae Kim, PE, LEED, joined Stantec as a senior mechanical engineer. He is based in the company’s Lynnwood office, focusing on healthcare projects. Kim has 16 years of experience managing mechanical and plumbing systems engineering for new and existing healthcare facilities, including Swedish Medical Center, University of Washington Medical Center, and Medical Center Harborview.
Vimly Benefit Solutions, based on Mukilteo, a cloud-based benefits administration technology provider, named Keith Dorsey to its board of directors. Dorsey has over 25 years of sales leadership experience in the human capital management and benefits industry. Currently President and Executive Advisor of Dorsey Management Consulting, he also served as Executive Vice President, Global Head of Sales for Alight Solutions and Aon Hewitt, two providers of human capital solutions. Vimly is a certified women-owned company that was founded in 1993.
Compass Health has hired Connie Summers as its very first Director of Human Resources and Diversity (CHRDO). As CHRDO, Summers oversees all aspects of human resource management and plays a key role in fostering a culture that supports diversity and inclusion. The creation of the CHRDO position is part of Compass Health’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging strategy. Summers joins Compass Health after serving as director of human services for Seattle Counseling Service and spending nearly 25 years at Boeing, ending as senior manager of global diversity, equity and inclusion. Compass Health is a community health care agency that provides mental health care, crisis prevention and intervention services, supportive housing, children’s services and community education. The nonprofit serves people of all ages in Snohomish, Skagit, Island, San Juan and Whatcom counties.
Bellevue-based Novo Integrated Sciences has completed the acquisition of Clinical Consultants International, a Boca Raton, Florida-based global consulting firm that provides value-added services for the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, managed care industries health, hospital management, medical marketing and strategic planning, health policy and medical device sectors. The deal was an all-stock transaction. As part of the acquisition, Joseph Chalil was appointed medical director and president of Novomerica Health Group, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the company created for the expansion of certain medical activities in the United States. In addition, Chalil will retain his management of CCI. Founded in 2006, CCI has an international team of doctors, diplomats, hospital administrators and regulatory/FDA experts. Novo offers a holistic, patient-centered approach to health and wellness through a multidisciplinary healthcare ecosystem.
To celebrate Earth Month, from April 5 through May 2, Nordstrom chefs worked with family-owned Trident Seafoods and the Association of Genuine Alaska Pollock Producers to showcase the versatility and taste of wild pollock. of Alaska at a time when consumers are looking for more sustainable products. food sources. Nordstrom Restaurants is offering two wild Alaskan pollock dishes in stores across the country — blackened wild pollock with Cajun risotto and blackened wild pollock taco salad. Wild Alaska Pollock, a flaky white fish sustainably caught in Alaskan waters, has long been used as an ingredient in fish sandwiches and fish sticks in restaurants, and is widely available in the frozen section of retailers. Sustainable fishing practices and transparency from source to fork allow fish to be certified as sustainable by the Responsible Fisheries Management and Marine Stewardship Council programs. Alaska wild pollock is also one of the most abundant fish species harvested from Alaskan waters. Additionally, Trident is unveiling two new brands of Wild Alaskan Fish Oil, Pure Catch and Alaska Naturals, one designed for consumers looking for products to help maintain their lifestyle and the other formulated for dogs.