Movers & Shakers February 18, 2001

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Gov. Tony Knowles has appointed Walter Majoros director of the Division of Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities. The governor also appointed David Maltman administrator of the Developmental Disability Program within the state Department of Health and Social Services. Majoros has been involved in various aspects of mental health treatment for more than 20 years. Majoros has been executive director of the Alaska Mental Health Board since 1996. Maltman has served as executive director of the Governor’s Council on Disabilities and Special Education since 1991.

movershakers.jpg Dr. Maria Wallington has joined Providence Alaska Medical Center in the new position of medical ethicist. Wallington assists patients, families, physicians and staff with ethical choices concerning clinical issues. Before obtaining her degree in medical ethics, Wallington practiced pediatric cardiology in Anchorage for two decades with Dr. David Brauner.

James H. Juliussen has become a partner in the law firm of Davis Wright Tremaine LLP in Anchorage. Juliussen’s primary practice areas are employment and labor law and related litigation.

The Alaskan Chapter of the American Society for Industrial Security has chosen Joseph Young chairman of its board of directors for 2001. Young is business manager for the Alaska Peace Officers Association. Madeline Schatz, a dangerous goods/cargo security specialist with the Federal Aviation Administration Civil Aviation Security Division, will serve as vice chairwoman. Charlene Derry, manager for the Office of International Aviation, FAA, is secretary, and Bill Rodasky, safety and security manager at the Hilton Anchorage Hotel, will serve as treasurer.

Rick Thornton has been promoted to vice president of purchasing at Spenard Builders Supply. Thornton will be responsible for the overall operation of advertising, pricing, merchandising and purchasing departments. Thornton has been with SBS for more than 12 years, most recently as director of purchasing.

Ramone Baccus McCoy has been sworn in as the Glennallen field office manager for the Bureau of Land Management. McCoy most recently served as assistant field office manager in Malta, Mont. McCoy previously worked with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Anchorage and at the Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge in Bethel.

Terry Lee, Judith Diane McKee, Meghan Moore and Connie Nebesky have been appointed to officer positions at Northrim Bank. Lee, as electronic services officer, is responsible for supervising staff in Northrim’s electronic banking department. Lee joined the bank in 1995 and has more than 12 years of banking experience. McKee was chosen merchant services officer and is responsible for the product management functions of the merchant services department. McKee, who joined Northrim in 1999, has seven years experience in banking. Moore will serve as assistant compliance officer. Moore assists the bank’s compliance officer in the management of the bank’s Community Reinvestment Act program and loan regulatory compliance program. Moore joined Northrim in 1999. As training officer, Nebesky is responsible for overseeing the bank’s employee training program. Nebesky has 11 years of financial industry experience and joined Northrim in 1999.

James McMullian has joined Alaska Sales and Service as general sales manager. McMullian has been in the car sales business for nearly 30 years in the Lower 48, most recently moving to Alaska from Gulf Breeze, Fla.

The Alaska Public Offices Commission has appointed Brooke Miles executive director of the agency effective March 3. Miles has served as the APOC Juneau regional office manager, legislative liaison and lobbying law administrator for the past 18 years.

Suzanne Rudolph has joined Providence Alaska Foundation as its Children’s Miracle Network director. Rudolph most recently was sales and marketing director for Alaska DigiTel. Rudolph has 10 years experience in sales, marketing and public relations.

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