A weekly list of openings and closings, as well as new hires, fires and promotions.
Openings and Closings
A new co-working space billed as a “clubhouse” has opened in Portland. Pregame, located in the Pearl, opened its doors August 1. The space is designed for professionals who “create their own success,” according to a news release.
David Anderson, NW Natural president, has filled the role of CEO. Former CEO Gregg Kantor retired after seven years. Anderson has worked with NW Natural for the past 12 years.
Michelle Weisenbach, a 30-year banking veteran, has been named KeyBank’s market president. Weisenbach replaces Dave Lofland as the face of KeyBank in Oregon and Washington.
The Oregon Business Travel Association held a special election to fill its board president role. Amy Novoa was selected to serve the remainder of the 2016 term. Novoa’s election leaves the vice presidency role vacant.
Jackson Lewis, attorney with Tonkon Torp, has been appointed to the Terwilliger Plaza Foundation board. The foundation, which also has a new CEO, John Larson, works to enhance the lives retired members living at the Plaza.
Consonus Healthcare has hired a new VP of strategic development. Laurie Thomas spent 30 years working in the public healthcare sector before joining Consonus, which provides consulting services for facilities nationwide.
In other healthcare news, David Russell was named president and CEO of Adventist Medical Center. Current CEO Joyce Newmyer will keep her position as president for the Pacific Northwest Region. Russell has worked for Adventist for the last 13 years.