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Clark County Business Briefing

The Columbian
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People in Business

Vancouver resident Corrina Ikakoula won the Unsung Hero Award as part of the Bonneville Power Administration’s Administrator’s Excellence Awards program. Ikakoula is a tribal account executive and serves as a point of contact for Western Oregon and Western Washington tribes. She also works with staff to teach them effective communication with those groups. Receiving the agency’s Workplace or Technology Innovation Award was Kevlyn Baker, who helped develop COVID-19 data tracking tools. Bonneville Power Administration is a federal agency that transmits electricity throughout the region.

Marcia Gonzales was hired by Evergreen Home Loans as a senior loan officer at its Vancouver office. Reach Gonzales at 360-553-7088 or mlgonzales@evergreenhomeloans.com.

Dan Medak was appointed as the chief financial officer at iQ Credit Union. He previously was a treasury manager at OnPoint Community Credit Union and is a certified Treasury professional. Learn more at iQcu.com.

The Cascade Pacific Council of the Boy Scouts of America hired Kaleen Deatherage as its board chair, the first woman to hold the position in its 105-year history. Deatherage began her Scouting career in 2009. Cascade Pacific Council guides nearly 10,000 girls and boys in 18 counties of Oregon and Southwest Washington. Learn more at cpcbsa.org.

Kathryn Williams was elected to the board of directors of Identity Clark County. She is the vice president of public affairs and sustainability for NW Natural. Identity Clark County is a privately funded nonprofit organization that advocates for the business community.

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