Dan Eisenman. Courtesy photo

Dan Eisenman. Courtesy photo

Business leaders appointed to Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce board

Eisenman, Suchan, Christensen, Campbell, Sims begin terms in July.

The Greater Federal Way Chamber appointed Dan Eisenman of Equalus LLC and Kim Zier Suchan of Caffé D’arte LLC to the Board of Directors at its June meeting. Appointed to serve second board terms were Krista Christensen, MultiCare Health System; Superintendent Dr. Tammy Campbell, Federal Way Public Schools; and Mark Sims, New York Life. All will serve four-year terms, beginning July 1, 2019.

Dan Eisenman, MA-LPI, owner of Equalus LLC, is an experienced executive coach, facilitator and consultant. He specializes in leader and team development, focusing on communication skills as well as the impact of emotional intelligence and critical thinking. Eisenman has over 27 years of leadership and training experience in health care, the military, retail and insurance industries. Past leadership assignments include acting company command in the U.S. Army, retail manager and human resources manager.

Kim Zier Suchan is director of administration at Caffé D’arte, the Italian roasting coffee company headquartered in Federal Way. The artisanal coffee is available across the U.S. as well as internationally. In addition to human resource management, her work includes supply chain and purchasing, workforce training/orientation, and new business implementation. A former member of the Chamber’s Board of Directors, Suchan served as its chair in 2016-2017.

At its June meeting, the board approved the following 2019-20 slate of officers: Chair Krista Christensen, MultiCare Health System; Chair-Elect Robin Corak, Multi-Service Center; Vice Chair Greg Garcia, City Light Financial; Treasurer Michael Gintz, Brantley Janson; and Past Chair Kabal Gill, East India Grill.

Serving as directors-at-large on board for 2019-20 are: Sien Oh, Kumon; Doug Hedger, Banner Bank; Andy Hobbs, Federal Way Mirror/Sound Publishing; as well as Campbell, Sims, Suchan, and Eisenman.

Also at its June meeting, the board of directors expressed their appreciation for Bob Roegner, Roegner Consulting, who completed his board service on June 30, 2019.


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Kim Zier Suchan. Courtesy photo

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