Bowles named president of brokerage services at Kidder Mathews
Notable hires and promotions
Jim Bowles was named president of Kidder Mathews’ brokerage services division in Seattle.
During a 30-year career, Bowles has held senior management positions at national commercial real-estate brokerages, including Colliers International, Cushman & Wakefield, and CBRE.
Bowles has a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Washington, and sits on the boards of the UW Runstad School of Real Estate, the Commercial Brokers Association and the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors.
Accounting:Matt Goodwin was promoted to tax manager and Catherine Lee was hired as a tax associate at Kovarik & Kim, Bellevue.
Engineering:Brent Deets and Shelby Petro joined Otak in Redmond.
Government: Richard Galanti, executive vice president and CFO of Costco Wholesale, Issaquah, was re-elected to the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco’s board of directors.
Homebuilding:Megan Atkinson was appointed chief operating officer at NW LifeStyle Homes.
Law:Paul DeMuro joined Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt’s Seattle office.
Marketing:Lance Blanchard was hired as creative director at BuzzBee in Seattle.
Nonprofit:Susan Adler was installed as president of Seattle Chapter Hadassah.
Ports: Brandon Whitaker was named by the Port of Everett to be project manager for the new Waterfront Place Central development on the Everett waterfront.
Youth services:Nancy Osborn Nicholas was named interim CEO at Friends of Youth, Kirkland.
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