People in Business
Jay McGregor was hired as vice president and general manager of retail in North America by Vancouver-based Nautilus. He’ll be responsible for management and development of retail channel strategies and direction as well as leading sales and marketing teams for the home fitness equipment manufacturer. McGregor previously was employed as a senior vice president at Ergobaby, which manufactures baby carriers and has headquarters in Los Angeles. He also has worked at Adidas, Birkenstock USA, Teva and others. He received a bachelor’s degree from California State University, Long Beach.
The Salmon Creek Hospital Foundation board of trustees recently elected four new members.
• Dr. Suzanne Slayton-Milam is an obstetrician-gynecologist and co-owner of Cascadia Women’s Clinic and previously served as a department chair for Legacy Salmon Creek’s Women and Children’s Services. She earned her medical degree from Louisiana State University School of Medicine and completed a residency at St. Louis University and has been in practice for more than 20 years.
• Michael Burgoyne is the founder and president of Laurus Wealth Management, associated with LPL Financial in Vancouver. He’s a member of Legacy Health’s Allied Professionals and the Professional Advisory Steering Committee of The Community Foundation for Southwest Washington. He received a bachelor’s degree from City University of Seattle.
• Kristin Hanneman is the lead portfolio manager and financial adviser of the Columbia Shores Group at Morgan Stanley. She is a member of Legacy’s Allied Professionals and attended Clark College.
• Marg Nelson is a spiritual care volunteer at Legacy Salmon Creek and previously worked as the vice president of the transmission business line, management and services division of the Bonneville Power Administration. She received a bachelor’s degree from The Evergreen State College and received graduate school executive training at the University of Virginia. Nelson also is a member of Stephen Ministries, a certified meditation instructor for Chopra Center University and serves on the City of Vancouver/Clark County Cable TV Commission.
The Salmon Creek Hospital Foundation raises funds for Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center, 2211 N.E. 139th St. It is part of Legacy Health, a nonprofit health care provider in Oregon and Southwest Washington.
Courtney McNabb was hired as the plan center manager at the Southwest Washington Contractors Association, an organization that promotes the region’s construction industry and provides resources for more than 390 companies. She will redevelop the plan center, an online platform since 2008, to be more user friendly. It provides information for construction projects in the Southwest Washington and Portland metro area. Previously, McNabb was a business coordinator and analyst at HP Inc. She holds a master’s degree in business administration.