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Coffman Engineers
Coffman Engineers welcomes Jason Moncrieff as Senior Project Manager to the Anchorage project management group. He holds a bachelor’s in civil engineering from the University of Washington and a master’s in project management from George Washington University. Moncrieff is experienced managing both large- and small-scale multi-discipline projects for multiple client markets. Projects have included large scale drill site remediation, pipeline replacement, generator controls upgrades, erosion control, plant design, and road design. Moncrieff is a licensed civil engineer in Alaska and a project management professional.
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Coffman Engineers is also pleased to announce that Zack Wright obtained American Petroleum Institute (API) 653 Aboveground Storage Tank Inspector certification. Wright holds a master’s and bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from UAF and is a NACE certified CP Technician. The addition of his API 653 certification supplements Coffman’s ability to provide integrity solutions to clients. The API 653 certification allows Wright to perform and oversee tank inspection activities, including repair recommendations, oversight of non-destructive testing per applicable codes, and prepare inspection reports for clients.
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Cook Inlet Tribal Council
Cook Inlet Tribal Council appointed Hans Roeterink as its new Chief Technology Innovation Officer. Roeterink will be instrumental for CITC’s leadership in launching future strategies for technology and innovative new service capacity, helping to design a future in which Alaska Native people thrive. Roeterink has worked internationally, consulting with organizations on how to use IT to drive growth and enter new businesses. Roeterink previously lived in Anchorage for more than thirteen years while working with an Alaska Native organization and working to start, finance, and grow businesses, including his own startup.
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PND Engineers
PND Engineers announced the following new hires.

Kristoff Nystrom, EIT, relocated from Fairbanks to Anchorage this past fall after two-and-a-half years with UAF Division of Design and Construction, performing project management and design. Nystrom hails from Washington State and is a 2016 graduate of UAF with a focus on civil and structural engineering. Initially, Nystrom will assist with site planning and road design.

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Conrad Smith, EIT, recently returned to Alaska, where he was raised. Smith graduated with a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering from Brigham Young University and worked most recently for Albert A. Webb Associates in Riverside, California, on site drainage, master plans, and storm water modeling projects. His long-term interest is in structures, and he is currently working in the Palmer office assisting with structural design.
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Altman, Rogers & Co.
Ryan T. Johns has become Altman, Rogers & Co.’s seventh shareholder. Prior to his promotion, Johns was the firm’s senior tax manager in its Anchorage office since 2016. Johns is an accomplished tax accountant with expertise in many areas of taxation. He received his master’s degree in professional accounting from Western Washington University. Johns’ focus will continue to be serving the needs of the firm’s tax clientele as well as to extend the firm’s service offerings across the state.
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Tlingit & Haida
Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska welcomes its new Tribal Child Support Attorney Brent Mulvaney. Mulvaney will represent the Tribal Child Support Unit in its interactions with tribal and state courts and work on the implementation and development of law and policy that will best serve the interests of tribal children. Mulvaney received a juris doctor of law from Seattle University School of Law in 2019 and holds a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from the University of Washington and an associate of arts degree in philosophy from Edmonds Community College.
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Anchorage-based television stations KTUU and KYES announced the promotion of Yvette Morales into a senior management role. Morales moved to Anchorage from Valdez in 2011 to launch her career as an account executive at KTUU-TV. In 2019, Morales was recognized by parent company, Gray Media Group, which owns television stations in ninety-three markets nationwide, for her work on a multi-platform campaign partnering Microcom with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game for a twelve-week series featuring a weekly fishing report.
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R&M Consultants
Carla Baxley has been promoted to Group Manager of Airport Engineering at R&M Consultants.

Baxley has eighteen years of Alaska engineering experience, with twelve of those years at DOT&PF. As group manager, Baxley is responsible for managing R&M’s airport engineering group. The work includes studies, design, and construction support services for runways, taxiways, aprons, signage, lighting systems, hangar facilities, and landside improvements at large and small airports. She has a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from UAA and is a professional civil engineer licensed in Alaska.

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Corissa Lickingteller joined R&M Consultants as a Senior Marketing Coordinator in the firm’s marketing group. Lickingteller will be responsible for supporting the firm’s marketing and communication initiatives. She is a creative communicator with a vast range of marketing and business development experience. She has a proven record for proposal writing, producing relevant and winning proposals for government and private clients. Lickingteller is also experienced in crafting promotional material, reports, presentations, and business communications. Lickingteller has a bachelor’s in professional and technical communications from Montana Technical University.
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Megan Watson has been promoted to Relationship Officer with KeyBank’s Commercial Banking Division, where she supports two of the division’s highest-producing relationship managers in the Alaska market, providing top-tier service in addressing client needs.

Previously she served as a KeyBank relationship manager, where she was named as the top performer in her market during her first quarter. Watson has also held roles as an assistant branch manager for Northrim Bank and funding liaison for Honor Finance.

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Chugach Government Solutions
Chugach Government Solutions promoted Kathleen Grimes to Senior Vice President of Operations Support. In this role, Grimes will serve as chief of staff over general and administrative support service functions and will foster and develop a cohesive and strategic work team. She will prioritize customer service through innovative approaches that support Chugach’s tactical initiatives and growth strategies unique to its industries. Grimes holds a master of business administration from Alaska Pacific University and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from UAA.
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The Superior Group
The Superior Group board of directors announced the promotion of Dave McAllen, currently COO, to the office of President, effective April 1. McAllen joined The Superior Group in January 2012 as the general manager of Haakenson Electric. He brings thirty-four years of experience in the local construction industry, performing a variety of tasks from journeyman electrician to his current position as COO and corporate secretary.
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