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New Executive Advisory Board Members 


Bradd Busick ’09

Bradd is the Chief Information Officer Facility Solutions at MacDonald-Miller and an adjunct professor at Pacific Lutheran University. Prior to becoming the CIO, Brad was involved with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. He received both his bachelor’s degree, in political science and business administration, and MBA from PLU. He also earned a certification in Mastering the Project Portfolio from Stanford University.

Mark Foege ’99

Mark is the Vice President of Marketing at IID. Mark spent almost 17 years at The Colvos Group, LLC prior to joining IID. He received both his BBA with a marketing concentration and his MBA from Pacific Lutheran University.

Nancy Schauer ’87

Nancy Schauer is a Senior Tax Partner at Moss Adams, LLP. She received her bachelor’s degree in business with a concentration in accounting from Pacific Lutheran University and a master’s degree in taxation from Golden Gate University.

Lynn Borek ’90

Lynn is the Vice President of Air Transport Sales at Honeywell Aerospace. She has been with the company for over 10 years. Lynn received her undergraduate degrees, BA in Biology and BS in Business Administration, from Central Washington University. She received her MBA from PLU.

Mison Kollarik ’90

Mison is a Principal Information Technology Solution Manager (Supply Chain) at Microsoft. Prior to working at Microsoft, Mison was a Senior Product Manager at Amazon. She received her BBA from PLU and an MBA from Seattle University.

Tim Spangler ’88

Tim is the Senior Vice President of Retail at Recreational Equipment Incorporated (REI). He graduated from Pacific Lutheran University with his Bachelor’s of Business Administration and from John Hopkins University with his M.A. in International Relations. He also serves on the board of NatureBridge, an organization dedicated to engaging youth through national parks in the West.

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