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Startup Spokane services continue with Interim Entrepreneurship Program and Community Managers

SustainabilityAs many of you know, Ryan Arnold has left his position as Entrepreneurship Program Director at Greater Spokane Incorporated to pursue new career opportunities. We wish Ryan well in his next endeavors.

To ensure continuity of services to the Spokane Startup Ecosystem during GSI’s search for the next Entrepreneurship Program Manager, we have contracted with Meagan Garrett, Principal of M. Garrett Consulting to serve as Interim Entrepreneurship Program Manager during this transition. Meagan has been engaged with Startup Spokane as the program’s Marketing and Communications consultant for over a year. Her client portfolio includes several regional startups and entrepreneurship support organizations.

Also supporting GSI during this transition will be April Needham, a loaned executive from Avista. April will be serving as Startup Spokane’s Community Manager for the Startup Spokane Central coworking space.

Startup Spokane is, and will continue to be, the Inland Northwest’s first stop for entrepreneurship assistance and startup resources. Connect with Meagan at mgarrett@greaterspokane.org, April at aneedham@greaterspokane.org, or for general questions at Startup@GreaterSpokane.org. You can also visit startupspokane.com for additional information.

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