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The Columbian
Published: July 5, 2020, 6:03am
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Port of Vancouver USA CEO Julianna Marler was selected to serve on the state Joint Transportation Committee’s Advisory Board for the Statewide Needs Assessment. The assessment is an effort to help legislators set priorities and identify revenue options for state transportation projects of the next decade. Marler, representing the Washington Public Ports Association, is one of 18 members of the advisory committee. The committee is tasked with providing final recommendations during the 2021 legislative session.

Greg Kimsey, Clark County auditor, started on June 26 as the president of the Rotary Club of Vancouver. Other officers are Bob Knight, president-elect; Bruce Ziegman, secretary; David Horowitz, treasurer; Scott Huotari, sergeant-at-arms; and Adam Roselli, immediate past president. Club directors are Karin Ford, Hunt Coracci, Larry Smith, Lydia Stender, Paul Wargnier and Petr Burunov. Karey Schoenfeld was named Rotarian of the Year and optometrist Dr. Lydia Stender was named Rookie Rotarian of the Year. Find out more at www.VancouverRotaryClub.org.

Erin Priest was hired by Landerholm, P.S. as an associate attorney. Formerly of Priest Family Law, Priest’s practice focuses on estate planning, trust and estate administration, and probate. Her legal experience concerns family, dependency and criminal court. Priest can be reached at 360-558-5906 or at erin.priest@landerholm.com.

Jennifer Senescu was hired as the executive director at The Camas-Washougal Chamber of Commerce, where she has been active for seven years. A lifelong Camas resident, Senescu previously was an administrative assistant and served on the chamber’s board of directors. Senescu graduated from Camas High School and earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from Washington State University. She worked as a legal assistant for 15 years, and also owns the Camas Gallery. Senescu is a liaison for the Downtown Camas Association Board and the city’s Parking Advisory Committee.