Living Snoqualmie founder hired as North Bend PIO

  • Tuesday, August 11, 2020 10:37am
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Living Snoqualmie editor and writer Danna McCall has been hired by the city of North Bend as a public information officer and communications manager. She is slated to begin in September.

McCall founded Living Snoqualmie in 2010, which has seen great success over the past decade. She graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in communications and public relations.

In addition, she serves on the SnoValley Chamber of Commerce’s Board of Directors and has worked for local companies in social media marketing.

Over the past two decades she has lived in Snoqualmie, McCall has volunteered as a Snoqualmie Parks Board member, according to a press release from North Bend.

“Now that my children are grown, I’m excited for this new, full-time career opportunity with the city of North Bend,” McCall said in a press release.




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