Movers and Shakers 04/14/13

Scott Bell has been promoted to traffic manager for Bradley Reid + Associates. Bell graduated from Dimond High School before pursuing artistic work in Portland. He returned to Alaska in 2012 and started with Bradley Reid as a graphic artist and assistant traffic manager. In his new role as traffic manager, he will help manage the workload of the art department while coordinating with various publications and broadcast stations.

Northrim Bank has announced several staff changes. Ellen Izer was promoted to senior vice president human resources. She joined Northrim in fall 2011 as vice president human resources with approximately 20 years of experience with First National Bank Alaska. Jay Blury has been promoted to vice president, marketing and communications director. Born and raised in Fairbanks, he has worked in a growing marketing management capacity at Northrim Bank for seven years. Zachary Hays, a commercial fisheries lending expert, moved from the Wasilla Financial Center to become the vice president, small business and consumer loan manager. He has been with Northrim since May o2011 and has seventeen years of banking experience with National Bank of Alaska, Wells Fargo and Bank of America. Mhay Sy has become vice president, lending quality assurance officer. She joined Northrim Bank in 2007 as the first member of the Loan Quality Assurance Group and has since established the Builder Ranking report, Commercial Real Estate stress test and Large Borrowers report. Kelly McCormack has accepted the role of assistant vice president, commercial loan officer IV. A life-long Alaskan and third generation banker, he joined Northrim in 2005. Missie Yost and Todd Heverling, have been hired. Yost joined the bank as vice president of branch administration operations manager. She comes to Northrim with 28 years of banking experience at First National Bank Alaska, Key Bank, N.A. and Security Bank in Oregon. Heverling accepted a position as a small business loan officer. Born and raised in Anchorage, he has been in the banking industry since 1994 and comes to Northrim from First National Bank where he served as a business development officer for 16 years.

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