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New jobs, new faces

Pacific Engineering & Design has announced the joining of J. Ryan Brownlee, P. E., to its civil engineering team.

Jason Stroscheim was hired in June as the new shop manager at First Choice Collision Center. He was born and raised in the Wenatchee Valley and has more than two decades of collision facility experience.

Tiffany Brine and Michelle Voie have joined the team at 501 Consultants, which provides services to nonprofit organizations. Both graduated from Central Washington University, Brine with a bachelor’s degree in accounting and Voie with a bachelor’s degree in IT and administrative management.

Selina Danko has recently joined the staff at Link Transit as outreach specialist. She will work to educate and increase awareness of the public transportation services available in Chelan and Douglas counties. Prior to joining Link Transit, Selina was with the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center.

The YWCA NCW has announced Sherry Dawley as the new development director and Susan Thronsberry as the new store manager of the YWCA Thrift Store.


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