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Clark County Business Briefing

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The Ridgefield School District hired Brittany Goff as its director of early learning. Goff succeeds Erika Muir, who has accepted a special assignment effective at the conclusion of the 2021-22 school year. Goff is currently the dean of students and an administrative intern at Evergreen High School. In her role as dean, Goff created and led a schoolwide intervention system; planned and led schoolwide professional development on classroom management, attendance, and behavioral interventions; and organized and conducted parent meetings to create individualized success plans for students.

Furry Friends has named Jenn Hutchman as executive director. Hutchman has been with Furry Friends since 2018 and has stepped into many lead volunteer positions such as the medical team, voicemail team, volunteer support team, cat intake team and has been the key person taking care of bottle baby kittens as they come in. She has fostered more than 250 cats and kittens in her home.

Gov. Jay Inslee has appointed Tsering Cornell to the Clark County Superior Court bench. Cornell has served as an assistant attorney general in the Vancouver office since 2018 representing the Department of Children, Youth, and Families, as well as Clark College, Lower Columbia College and the Center for Childhood Deafness and Hearing Loss/School for the Deaf. Cornell has served as a board member of the Clark County Volunteer Lawyers Program and volunteered with the Clark County Food Bank and YMCA youth mock trial program. She has been a member of the Northwest Tibetan Cultural Association since 2000.

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