• JayRay Ads & PR, in Tacoma, has hiredJay Hember
as senior art director at the firm. He will develop creative, strategic approaches to client work ranging from social media campaigns to employee communications. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Kansas. He has been a student and instructor at the School of Visual Concepts in Seattle. Most recently, he has worked with the MultiCare marketing team.
• Landau Associates’ Tacoma office has recently added staff.
Katie Gauglitz is an assistant geologist in the environmental group. She earned a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree from the University of Washington. She spent two years with the UW Isotope Geochemistry Laboratory and has worked on projects at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
Danille Jorgensen is an environmental data manager for the company. She has worked 11 years as an environmental chemist and database specialist with a background in project chemistry support, quality assurance/quality control, database management and data validation. She has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington and serves on the board of Women in Environment.
, administrator at Puyallup Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Puyallup, was recently named Administrator of the Year by the Washington Health Care Association. He received the award for an outstanding level of care and exemplary leadership with staff and patients. Under his leadership, the center won the Qualis Health Award of Excellence in Health Care Quality, and in December 2014 the center received a deficiency-free survey from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
Compiled by Mary Anderson, staff writer
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