Movers and Shakers for July 2

Resource Data, a custom software development, geographic information system and IT consulting firm, hired Lynelle Davis as AP/AR specialist at its corporate office in Anchorage. Davis recently graduated with her associate’s degree in business management from Alaska Pacific University and has her business offices specialist degree from Alaska Career College. Most recently Davis worked as a program assistant for the CIRI Foundation, where she worked with Resource Data on TCF’s online application.

Northrim BanCorp Inc., the parent company of Northrim Bank, named Joe Schierhorn as president and CEO effective June 26. Schierhorn will also continue to serve as Northrim BanCorp’s chief operating officer and Northrim Bank’s president and CEO, while Joe Beedle will continue to serve as chairman of the board of directors of Northrim BanCorp and Northrim Bank. Schierhorn’s entire professional career has been in Alaska. He started working for Marc Langland at Alaska Pacific Trust during college breaks. After graduation, Schierhorn’s professional experience included working at Peat Marwick Mitchell &Co. (now KPMG) where he was a tax accountant and later as a loan officer at Key Bank. Schierhorn is a charter employee of the bank and started his Northrim career as vice president, commercial loan officer and regulatory compliance manager in 1990. He was promoted first to senior vice president then elevated to executive vice president and chief financial officer, chief operating officer and finally president and CEO. A life-long Alaskan, Schierhorn grew up in Fairbanks and graduated from Lathrop High School. He is a CPA and has a juris doctorate/master of management degree from Willamette University School of Law and Atkinson Graduate School of Management, having received his bachelor’s degree from Stanford University. He is also a graduate of the Pacific Coast Banking School.

Native Voice One recently welcomed Bob Peterson to take on the role of manager. Originally from Bethel, much of Peterson’s broadcast background comes from producing and hosting a podcast called “Eskimo Bob Lives” where he interviewed musicians, authors and more. He volunteered at KYUK in Bethel and at his college radio station and brings a history of business experience to his new role at Native Voice One, the distribution division of Anchorage’s Koahnic Broadcast Corp.

Updated: 
06/28/2017 - 12:36pm

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