People on the move, 10/18/13

Amber Brouillette and Morgan Gamboa have joined Launching Success Learning Store in Bellingham as part-time sales associates. Both are currently seniors at Western Washington University. Brouillette is studying special education and elementary education, while Gamboa is studying elementary education and psychology.

Patrick Britton recently joined Marie Bjornson’s team at Envoy Mortgage in Bellingham. Britton has been hired as a licensed mortgage loan originator. He has more than nine years’ experience in the financial-service industry, and has previously worked for some of the largest banks in Canada, as well as a specialty stock brokerage firm in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Michael “Mica” Christensen has been promoted to sous chef at Keenan’s at the Pier, inside The Chrysalis Inn & Spa in Bellingham. Christensen has a culinary arts degree from Le Cordon Bleu and a degree in social science from the University of Cologne in Germany. He recently worked at Toulouse Petit Kitchen in Seattle, one of the top restaurants in the nation.

Euphrates Greene has been promoted to network engineer at 3D Corporation, a network-management firm based in Bellingham. Greene will now perform network and solution design for 3D’s business analysts, take the lead on network projects and assist with the training of network administrators.

Connor Herman and Makenzie Morgan have recently joined Snapper Shuler Kenner Insurance in Bellingham and Lynden. Herman, longtime Whatcom County resident, is a property and casualty agent for the company. Morgan runs the front desk at SSK’s Barkley Village office in Bellingham, handling payments and personal-lines processing.

Stephanie Morrell has been hired as the new marketing director for the Bellingham Bells baseball team. Morrell previously spent five years with The Bellingham Herald as an advertising sales consultant. In addition to her marketing duties, Morrell will assist the team’s general manager, Nick Caples, on the sales front, becoming the Bells’ second full-time front office staff member.

Timothy Potts has joined Zender Thurston, P.S., a civil-practice law firm in Bellingham. Potts will work in the areas of taxation, real estate, transactions, estate planning, entity formation/reorganization and financing/lender dealings. He earned his doctorate of law from Willamette University School of Law, and previously worked in his own firm, Potts Law.

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