Movers & Shakers: 3/21/2014

Paul Reed

The 1,000-member WSCA is the only statewide association that represents the chiropractic profession in Washington state.

Reed operates Bridge Chiropractic, located at 13712 NE 20th Avenue in Vancouver. He is a graduate of Western States Chiropractic College and has been in practice for 16 years.

“Serving on the WSCA Board is an honor,” said Reed. “I look forward to continuing the excellence that so many before me have done to secure the vitality of our amazing profession.”

Reed also serves on the Board of Regents at Life Chiropractic College West and is a member of the International Chiropractors Association.


Vancouver-based HDJ Design Group recently announced the addition of Mark Reiselman as a civil engineering designer.

Reiselman, who will work from the company’s Tri-Cities office, has more than 15 years of multi-disciplined design and drafting experience. He has specialized in work with local agencies that included housing developments, work with Hanford, commercial and educational facilities.

Reiselman has lived in the Tri-Cities since 1987.


Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber recently selected Greater Portland Inc. (GPI) President/CEO Sean Robbins to lead Business Oregon, Oregon’s State Agency for Business and Economic Development. Robbins will begin in his new position as director of the agency effective June 1.

During his tenure at GPI, Robbins worked to help companies expand and locate in the Portland-Vancouver area by leveraging the region’s assets and to promote job growth.

“Over the past three years, GPI has built a robust region-wide partnership based on a few ideas: genuine public-private collaboration, a track record of producing relevant and tangible results, and a forward-looking vision for the region, its people and its economy,” said Robbins in a press release. “From broadening the investor base and uniting the region, to leading the Greater Portland Export Initiative and recruiting new businesses that have created over 1,000 new jobs, we have helped to accelerate Greater Portland’s economy.

“I am proud of what our team and the community have accomplished together and look forward to supporting and partnering with Greater Portland Inc in my new leadership role at Business Oregon,” he added.


Chris JamesJudy Fu

Wendel Family Dental Centre has added two new dental providers to its 40th Street office in Vancouver: Dr. Chris James and Dr. Judy Fu.

James has been practicing dentistry in the Pacific Northwest since graduating from The University of Pennsylvania in 2010.

Fu graduated from Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) and has been practicing in the Pacific Northwest since 2008. She is co-founder and president of the Northwest Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry Study Club.

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