Business beat | The Spokesperson’s Review

0

Non-profit

Brooke Shelman-Wagner is the new Curator of Museum Collections at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture.

She has been at the MAC since 2010 as registrar and responsible for exhibitions.

Kayla Tacket is the new Director of Exhibitions and Collections at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture.

She was previously director of exhibitions at the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfield’s.

Natalie Wadle is the new exhibition registrar of the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture. She has been responsible for exhibitions and programs at the Shawnee Tribe Cultural Center since 2018 and most recently served as Acting Director.

Anna Bresnahan is the new development officer for the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture. She previously worked at Second Harvest as a philanthropy manager.

Amanda Souza is the new Development Assistant at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture. Souza’s previous work experience includes Girl Scouts in Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho.

Business

Jim Dropper was appointed to the Rockwood Retirement Communities Board of Directors.

Dropper has been in the senior care and services industry for 30 years. He served the Good Samaritan Society for much of his career.

Droppers sits on Rockwood’s Governance Committee and Strategic Planning Committee.

Tom Johnson was appointed to the Rockwood Retirement Communities Board of Directors.

Johnson retired as president and CEO of STCU and is the former vice president of business affairs at Whitworth.

Johnson sits on Rockwood’s Finance Committee and Senior Planning Committee.

Reverend Sheila Miranda was appointed to the Rockwood Retirement Communities Board of Directors.

Miranda is an Associate for Connectional Ministries of the Pacific Northwest Conference of The United Methodist Church. She also sits on the board of Appleway Court (affordable housing).

Marnie Rorholm was appointed to the Rockwood Retirement Communities Board of Directors.

Rorholm is the Director of Development for Spokane Valley’s Summer Theater Program, as well as the Spokane Valley Performing Arts Center’s Capital Campaign, and serves on Rockwood’s Strategic Planning and Master Planning Committees.

David Wetmore was appointed to the Rockwood Retirement Communities Board of Directors.

Wetmore is a retired director of rehabilitation services and a physical therapist who has worked in various medical and aged care facilities.

Share.

Comments are closed.