Clark County Business Briefing – The Columbian


Business people

The Schlotfeldt law firm recently announced the hiring of Noah Koven. Koven specializes in a wide variety of construction, real estate and business litigation, as well as breach of contract and construction defect cases. Koven holds a BA in Economics and a BA in International Studies from the University of Washington. He received his Juris Doctorate from Seattle University School of Law, where he was a member of the Moot Court Board, co-founder and president of the Law Students Association, scholar and honorary recipient of the Pro Bono Pledge Award for his commitment to community development.

The Identity Clark County group of business leaders chose Katy Belokonny to take the seat on Ed Lynch’s board of directors and appointed Matthew Bisturis to its board of directors.

Belokonny will serve a one-year honorary term on the group’s board of directors. With 15 years of marketing and public relations experience, Belokonny leads public affairs for Vancouver-based PointNorth Consulting, which supports the Interstate Bridge Replacement Program. She managed communications for the C-Tran Bus Rapid Transit Project and provided communications services to several clients. The Clark County native has a degree in communications from Washington State University.

Bisturis was appointed to a permanent seat after serving on the Ed Lynch Board of Directors in 2020 and 2021. Bisturis is a business and real estate lawyer for the Vancouver office of Schwabe, Williamson and Wyatt. He joined the firm in 2008 after graduating from the University of Oregon and the University of Puget Sound. In addition to being a member of the business law sections of the Washington State and Oregon Bars, Bisturis is active locally in education and nonprofit organizations.


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