TigerStop, a Vancouver-based manufacturer of automated positioning attachments for tools such as saws and other equipment used on construction sites, has hired Simon Spykerman to serve as the company’s director of marketing.
Spykerman was most recently head of SpykerMedia, where his focus was on creating and executing digital strategies and execution on behalf of a broad client base.
“This is an exciting opportunity to really understand and impact a single business in a very positive way,” said Spykerman. “Being a storyteller at heart, I’m looking forward to sharing TigerStop’s story, and how its products are improving its customers’ manufacturing processes and profitability.”
“We’re looking forward to taking advantage of Simon’s expertise,” said Tigerstop founder and CEO Spencer Dick. “As we continue to grow, how and where we electronically communicate with our customers and the world at large, will also continue to grow in importance.”
TigerStop was founded in 1994.
Pacific Continental Bank has promoted Carol Bradley from client service assistant to client service officer. Bradley works out of the bank’s Vancouver office and will help to lead its relocation when it opens in the first quarter of 2016.
Bradley joined Pacific Continental last year after a 13-year stint with Bank of the West as a customer service manager and operations officer.
She received a bachelor’s degree in physiology and a master’s degree in business from Corban University in Salem.
TODD ZALK & SCOTT MUNRO
“The advisory board is vital to the vision and function of the local Salvation Army,” said Susan Nute, Salvation Army officer. “As representatives of our community, they bring knowledge, expertise and resources the Army earnestly desires and needs to effectively fulfill its mission here in Clark County.”
Zalk, a Battle Ground resident, is a tenured production leader in the business banking and commercial lending group at Wells Fargo Bank. He has been in banking for seven and a half years and was previously at Bank of Clark County in Vancouver. A graduate of Evergreen High School and Clark College, Zalk has a bachelor’s degree in business management and organizational leadership and a MBA from George Fox University.
Munro serves as the executive director of elementary education for Evergreen School District. Prior to that, he held positions in the district as an elementary classroom teacher, middle school associate principal and elementary school principal for a total of more than 20 years. A graduate of Columbia River High School, Munro has a bachelor’s degree in communication from Washington State University (Pullman), a master’s degree in teaching from Portland State University and a master’s in school administration from WSU Vancouver.