TONY POSTON Tony Poston is the owner of College Hill Custom Threads, a custom apparel design company. Originally from Sandpoint, Idaho, Tony graduated from Washington State University in 2007 after earning a degree in Political Science/Pre-Law. During his time as an undergrad, Tony was active in ASWSU, The Inter-fraternity Council and The Student Entertainment Board and fell in love with WSU and the City of Pullman and hoped to return in the future. The opportunity finally presented itself in 2011, when he and two others founded College Hill Custom Threads near campus. Tony believes that the Chamber of Commerce can help show that Pullman is not only a great college town but the perfect place to raise a family and start a business. By helping coordinate fun and exciting events he wants to help bridge the gap between local businesses and WSU students, showing that both can work together to benefit from each other.
STEPHANIE SCHWEITZER Stephanie Schweitzer graduated from Washington State University in 2000 with a degree in economics. She joined an Illinois based subsidiary of Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories in 2001, and since then has worked in marketing, employee development and business research roles. Today, she manages SEL's Corporate Communications and Business Intelligence teams. Stephanie serves on the boards of the Association of Washington Business, Washington Business Week, and the Pullman Chamber of Commerce as well as SEL's corporate board of directors.
Former Chamber President Susan Weed (199697) is co-owner and Office Manager for Pullman radio stations NewsTalk 1150 KQQQ-AM and 104.7 FM – KQQQ, Newcountry 104.3-KHTR, and Hits 100.5-KQZB. She is a long term member of the ROBERT REMBERT Chamber’s Board of Directors, serves as a member of the Pullman School District Board of Directors, as Robert Rembert is the current President of the well as on the Pullman Civil Service Commission, The Pullman Regional Board of Directors, as well as a civil litigation Hospital Auxiliary Annual Holiday Tea, and the Washington/Idaho attorney and shareholder at Irwin, Myklebust, Symphony Board. Born and raised in Seattle, Susan and her husband Savage & Brown, P.S., Pullman’s full-service Bill have owned and operated Pullman's radio stations since 1974. Susan community law firm. He attended Western says that Pullman has been a wonderful place to raise their 3 kids, Washington University where he obtained his undergraduate degree and met his wife, Jeannine. and she loves going to businesses where she knows and can trust the Rob attended Seattle University School of Law and graduated Magna person behind the counter. She believes that if you care deeply about something, like she does about our community, then it is important be Cum Laude in 1996. He is a member of both the Washington and get involved. Being a board member gives Susan the satisfaction of Idaho Bar Associations, has served as President of the Whitman knowing that she is helping to make Pullman a better place to live, work County Bar Association and chairs the Lewis & Clark State College and do business! Legal Support Programs Advisory Committee. Active in the Pullman community, Rob has been a member of the Board of Directors of the PAT WRIGHT Pullman Education Foundation, a Commissioner on the Whitman Former president Pat Wright is another long term County Elected Officials Salary Commission and was a Trustee for member of the Board of Directors. Since her Neill Public Library for over ten years. Rob, Jeannine and their three retirement as general manager of The Bookie, Pat children enjoy making Pullman their home. has remained active in the Pullman community. PJ SANCHEZ She enjoys working part-time at Neill's Flowers and Gifts and on the Pullman City Council. In addition PJ Sanchez is a Washington State University to being a Chamber of Commerce Board Member, graduate and the Branch Manager at Washington Pat is Past President and Membership Chair of Pullman Regional Trust Bank in Pullman. He has worked at Hospital Auxiliary and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Washington Trust Bank since it opened its doors in Pullman Education Foundation. Pat has lived in Pullman since 1975. She Pullman and has been the Branch Manager since is originally from New York, and moved to California before residing in May of 2014. Since moving to the Palouse in the Pullman. fall of 2009, PJ has enjoyed volunteering and being involved in the Pullman Community. PJ is involved in several civic OLIVIA YANG groups including the Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation Board of Olivia Yang is the Associate Vice President for Directors, Kiwanis Club, and Lions Club. PJ lives in Pullman with his Facilities Services, at Washington State University, wife, Kelli Kamimura, who is the Head Women’s Golf Coach at WSU, overseeing campus planning, capital design, and and their dog, Gus. In his spare time, PJ enjoys golfing, traveling and construction projects for all WSU campuses, as well attending all Cougar sporting events. as maintenance and operations on the Pullman campus. She serves as the University Architect. She holds a Master’s Degree in Architecture from the University of Washington. Her professional associations include the Design Build Institute of America and the American Institute of Architects. She has served on the State of Washington’s Capital Project Advisory Review Board advising the State legislature on public works procurement.
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