New Employees Join MFA and FLO Analytics

Author: Carly Schaefer Published: May 19, 2022

Join us in welcoming four new employees at MFA and our wholly owned subsidiary, FLO Analytics!

Sean Henderson

Sean joins the MFA team as a graphic designer working out of the Portland office. He brings more than eight years of design experience, most recently serving as a creative lead for a marketing agency. When he’s not at work, you might find him backpacking or at a local hockey rink.

 

 

 

 

Whitney Thomas

Whitney joins MFA as an HR generalist with a focus in training and professional development. She has over four years of experience supporting employees and internal processes in HR. She’s excited to grow with the HR team and to help foster MFA’s DEI initiatives.

 

 

 

 

Andrew Nevue

Andrew has a bachelor’s degree in digital technology and culture and joins MFA as a staff communications specialist based in Vancouver. He has several years of experience working with nonprofit organizations, local universities, and state agencies. He is excited to work with clients throughout the region and to represent MFA’s mission, vision, and values. In his free time, Andrew enjoys skiing, hiking, mountain biking, and attending concerts.

 

 

 

Kimi Shigetani

Kimi joins FLO Analytics as the chief operating officer and works remotely from the Sacramento area in California. She comes to FLO with over 20 years of experience with associations, nonprofits, and redistricting. In her free time, Kimi enjoys reading, spending time with her family, traveling, and making sure her dog has the best life possible.

 

 

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