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Greater Seattle Partners Elevates Josh Davis to Chief Economic Development Officer and Senior Vice President

January 9, 2024

Seattle, Wash. (January 9, 2024) – Greater Seattle Partners (GSP) today announced the promotion of Josh Davis to chief economic […]

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GSP’s COO Rebecca Lovell Joins Cascade Public Media Board of Directors

May 25, 2023

SEATTLE—Cascade Public Media, home of KCTS 9 and Crosscut, announced today the election of Brenda Anibarro and Rebecca Lovell to […]

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Join Us On a Mission to Iceland and Norway

May 8, 2023

Join Greater Seattle Partners, Seattle Metro Chamber, Mayor Bruce Harrell, Executive Dave Somers, Boeing, Microsoft and many others from the […]

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Rebecca Lovell Named Chief Operating Officer of Greater Seattle Partners

March 15, 2023

Rebecca brings over 20 years of executive and operations experience in public and private sectors with a strong track record […]

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National Technology News Site, Geekwire, Interviews GSP CEO, Brian Surratt

August 2, 2022

GeekWire recently caught up with our CEO, Brian Surratt to talk about our regional economic development focus, public and private partnerships that are […]

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Brian Surratt Appointed President and CEO of Greater Seattle Partners

February 1, 2022

Brian brings a strong public/private background in global business development, public policy and community-driven economic development to drive equitable and […]

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Greater Seattle Partners Appoints New Executive Council Co-Chair: Ketul Patel, Chief Executive Officer of Virginia Mason Franciscan Health

June 29, 2021

Regional business and government partners welcome two decades of leadership experience involving several large health systems around the country. Seattle, […]

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Greater Seattle Partners Announces New Leadership Team for Business Attraction and Global Trade and Investment

May 12, 2021

Seasoned economic development veterans bring greater Seattle region extensive domestic and international experience working in California, Georgia, Oklahoma, Texas and […]

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