WASHINGTON'S LEADING BUSINESS MAGAZINE

Brian Livingston, M.D., MBA, FACEP
Chief Executive and Vice President of Medical Affairs for Swedish Ballard
Swedish Medical Center

Brian Livingston, M.D., MBA, FACEP, current Vice President of Medical Affairs for Swedish First Hill, has been appointed Chief Executive and Vice President of Medical Affairs for Swedish Ballard. He will assume this new role on June 1, 2015.

Brian Joyce
Member of the Board of Directors
Puget Sound Construction Financial Management Association

Brian Joyce has been elected to the board of directors of the Puget Sound Construction Financial Management Association. Brian is the Controller at Stoneway Concrete.

About Puget Sound CFMA:

CFMA is a professional and social organization that is dedicated to being the communications leader and premier source of education and information for those aspects of financial management unique to the construction industry.

Our local chapter consists of approximately 150 members representing some 125 different companies in the Puget Sound Region. These companies are either directly involved in or directly support the local construction industry at large. These supporting companies encompass a wide array of industries including: surety bonding, insurance, banking, accounting, law, software sales & development, and private consulting.

Grace Pizzey
Member of the Board of Directors
Puget Sound Construction Financial Management Association

Grace Pizzey has been elected to the board of directors of the Puget Sound Construction Financial Management Association. Grace has worked at Holaday-Parks since 1990.  She started as Assistant Controller, then Controller, and is now the Vice President.

 HOLADAY-PARKS, INC. was founded in 1889 and is one of the largest full-service mechanical contractors in the Pacific Northwest with offices in Seattle, Washington and Fairbanks, Alaska. HOLADAY-PARKS specializes in design, fabrication, installation and service of educational, commercial, industrial HVAC, plumbing and piping systems, with divisions in controls and energy services.”

About Puget Sound CFMA:

CFMA is a professional and social organization that is dedicated to being the communications leader and premier source of education and information for those aspects of financial management unique to the construction industry.

Our local chapter consists of approximately 150 members representing some 125 different companies in the Puget Sound Region. These companies are either directly involved in or directly support the local construction industry at large. These supporting companies encompass a wide array of industries including: surety bonding, insurance, banking, accounting, law, software sales & development, and private consulting.

Richard Skalbania
Member of the Board of Directors
Puget Sound Construction Financial Management Association

Richard Skalbania, partner at the law firm of Ashbaugh Beal LLP, has been elected to the board of directors of the Puget Sound Construction Financial Management Association.

About Puget Sound CFMA:

CFMA is a professional and social organization that is dedicated to being the communications leader and premier source of education and information for those aspects of financial management unique to the construction industry.

Our local chapter consists of approximately 150 members representing some 125 different companies in the Puget Sound Region. These companies are either directly involved in or directly support the local construction industry at large. These supporting companies encompass a wide array of industries including: surety bonding, insurance, banking, accounting, law, software sales & development, and private consulting.

Jim Weber
Secretary of the Puget Sound CFMA
Puget Sound Construction Financial Management Association

Jim Weber, a Controller at Lakeside Industries--a recognized leader in the asphalt paving industry--has been elected as Secretary to the Board Of Directors of the Puget Sound Construction Financial Management Association.

About Puget Sound CFMA:

CFMA is a professional and social organization that is dedicated to being the communications leader and premier source of education and information for those aspects of financial management unique to the construction industry.

Our local chapter consists of approximately 150 members representing some 125 different companies in the Puget Sound Region. These companies are either directly involved in or directly support the local construction industry at large. These supporting companies encompass a wide array of industries including: surety bonding, insurance, banking, accounting, law, software sales & development, and private consulting.

Kevin Jacobs
Treasurer of the Puget Sound CFMA
Puget Sound Construction Financial Management Association

Kevin Jacobs has been appointed as Treasurer for the Board of Directors at the Puget Sound Construction Financial Management Association. Kevin is a Business Assurance Senior Manager and has been with Moss Adams LLP since 2005. He works almost exclusively with construction companies—from specialty subcontractors to large general contractors. In addition to leading and coordinating audits and reviews, Kevin works closely with his clients on a wide spectrum of issues, including mergers and acquisitions, consolidations, cash management, and revenue recognition. 

 

Moss Adams LLP is the largest tax, audit, and consulting firm based in the western United States and serves more than 1,000 construction clients nationwide. With focus on the things that are important to contractors—cash flow, management succession, M&A consulting, revenue recognition, tangible property regulations­—Moss Adams professionals contribute regularly to Building Profits and sit on CFMA’s national Emerging Issues and Tax & Legislative Affairs Committees. Learn more: www.mossadams.com/construction

 

About Puget Sound CFMA:

 

CFMA is a professional and social organization that is dedicated to being the communications leader and premier source of education and information for those aspects of financial management unique to the construction industry.

 

Our local chapter consists of approximately 150 members representing some 125 different companies in the Puget Sound Region. These companies are either directly involved in or directly support the local construction industry at large. These supporting companies encompass a wide array of industries including: surety bonding, insurance, banking, accounting, law, software sales & development, and private consulting.

Clayton Rodgers
Vice President of the Board of Directors
Puget Sound Construction Financial Management Association

Clayton Rodgers has been appointed Vice President of the Board of Directors at the Puget Sound Construction Financial Management Association. Clayton is the controller at Aldrich & Associates.

About Puget Sound CFMA:

CFMA is a professional and social organization that is dedicated to being the communications leader and premier source of education and information for those aspects of financial management unique to the construction industry.

Our local chapter consists of approximately 150 members representing some 125 different companies in the Puget Sound Region. These companies are either directly involved in or directly support the local construction industry at large. These supporting companies encompass a wide array of industries including: surety bonding, insurance, banking, accounting, law, software sales & development, and private consulting.

Cheryl Nagel
President of the Board of Directors
Puget Sound Construction Financial Management Association

Cheryl Nagel has been appointed as the President of the Board of Directors for the Puget Sound Construction Financial Management Association. Cheryl’s 25 years of construction accounting and management experience make her the perfect President for the Puget Sound CFMA.  She is a graduate from Central Washington University in Business Management and Finance. 

For the past 13 years, Cheryl has been with Sequoyah Electric as their Chief Financial Officer and has a wide range of experience overseeing Accounting, IT and Human Resources.  Cheryl’s leadership approach is motivated through a team effort using innovative techniques by improving processes, performance and profitability.  Cheryl believes our team and our success are defined by our ability to work together and support our customers through building strong and lasting relationships.

About Puget Sound CFMA:

CFMA is a professional and social organization that is dedicated to being the communications leader and premier source of education and information for those aspects of financial management unique to the construction industry.

Our local chapter consists of approximately 150 members representing some 125 different companies in the Puget Sound Region. These companies are either directly involved in or directly support the local construction industry at large. These supporting companies encompass a wide array of industries including: surety bonding, insurance, banking, accounting, law, software sales & development, and private consulting.

JASON GROLLMAN
VICE PRESIDENT OPERATIONS
HACKERAGENCY

Global digital/direct marketing agency HackerAgency announced today that Jason Grollman has joined the organization as Vice President of Operations.

 

Jason joins HackerAgency after serving most recently as Program Management Operations Director for Y&R Group Seattle. While at Y&R Group—and in his previous role as Director of Partner Services at RedDot Solutions—his mandate was to improve business performance and executional excellence. 

 

“Jason’s track record for increasing efficiencies and collaborating across teams made him a perfect fit for HackerAgency,” said Spyro Kourtis, President and CEO of HackerAgency. “His global experience is an added benefit to our clients, as we service global accounts.”

 

Kourtis noted that in addition to business acumen and a proven ability to drive results, Jason brings to the job enthusiasm for nurturing a fun, close-knit team environment.

 

“One of the most important elements in building a powerful team is the feeling of constructive community,” Jason added. “We rely on each other to plan and execute outstanding work, but we also help each other grow and adapt our skills to the evolving nature of our business. If we’ve built a collaborative environment that enjoys the challenges of managing change, then we’re on the right track.”

Jim Wood
Consultant
CFO Selections LLC

Jim Wood has joined our Seattle team, providing finance and accounting interim and part time consulting services to a wide variety of organizations.    Jim has a deep expertise in financing (debt and equity), mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, development of 1-5 year business plans, cost control, and change and risk management.  For more information about Jim and our other consultants, see our website at www.cfoselections.com.