New hires, promotions and professional achievements in Whatcom County
England joins Zervas Law
Sabrina England has joined Zervas Law as a paralegal. England has 25 years of paralegal experience in Whatcom County and expertise in real estate, land use, business formation, estate planning, and probate, according to a news release from the firm. She joins attorney Dominique Zervas. The firm’s office is at 1909 Broadway St., in Bellingham.
England spent most of her career with Daniel Zender of Zender Thurston.
Naked Clothing hired assistant manager
Natalia Robinson joined Naked Clothing, a natural fiber clothing store at 126 W. Holly St., as an assistant manager and stylist.
Robinson previously worked as a felting artist and instructor for Feral Fibers and for the Forest School in Port Townsend. She has also worked in sales at Bazaar Girls Yarn Shop and Renaissance Rags in Port Townsend and she founder the Pacific Northwest Fiber Web, according to a press release from Naked Clothing.
Culnane promoted to event coordinator at Shuksan Golf Club
Shuksan Golf Club, a public golf course in Whatcom County, promoted Rachel Culnane to the position of event coordinator. Culnane will be responsible for cultivating new clients, working with existing clients to plan events and making sure events run smoothly, according to a press release from the golf club.
Culnane has worked at the club for four years. Her previous positions include working in The Grille and as the front of the house manager for events with executive chef Darcie Givens.
“We are excited to add Rachel as a full-time member of our staff,” Givens said in the news release. “During the past four years, her dedication and attention to detail have helped to distinguish Shuksan Golf Club as one of the top facilities for large event hosting in Whatcom County.”
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