SEATTLE (January 23, 2015) — Thirteen leaders from business enterprises and nonprofits across Washington state were honored at Seattle Business magazine’s Executive Excellence Awards Thursday night at The Fairmont Olympic Hotel. Phyllis Campbell, Chair of JPMorgan Chase & Co., Pacific Northwest, received the program’s Lifetime Achievement Award for her lifelong dedication to principled leadership in the private and public sectors.
At a banquet attended by 275 people, honorees spoke about their leadership experiences and successes in the business community. Guests were treated to a special performance by Seattle Symphony principal cellist Efe Baltacigil and pianist Jessica Choe.
The event received the support of sponsors Towers Watson, AmericanWest Bank and Seattle University’s Albers School of Business & Economics.
2015 Executive Excellence Award Winners
TOM BERQUIST, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Cooperative Affairs, BECU
JON FINE, President & CEO, United Way of King County
SUNNY GUPTA, Cofounder, President & CEO, Apptio Corporation
DEBORAH JENSEN, President & CEO, Woodland Park Zoo
PAUL LAMBROS, Executive Director, Plymouth Housing Group
JOHN OPPENHEIMER, Founder & CEO, Columbia Hospitality
JANE PARK, Cofounder & CEO, Julep
FRANK PELZER, Chief Financial Officer, Concur Technologies
SPENCER RASCOFF, CEO, Zillow
DON RENCH, Chief Legal Officer, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary, Outerwall
KARL TRIEBES, Executive Vice President of Product Development & Chief Technology Officer, F5 Networks
JESSIE WOOLLEY-WILSON, Chair, President & CEO, DreamBox Learning
PHYLLIS CAMPBELL, Chair, JPMorgan Chase & Co., Pacific Northwest
Complete coverage of the 2015 Executive Excellence Awards is featured in the February issue of Seattle Business magazine and at seattlebusinessmag.com.
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