Tech Moves: Tegria adds execs; JPMorgan leader retiring; Angi hires former Expedia exec; and more

Brian Cahill (left) and Ray Gensinger. (Tegria Photos)

— Healthcare technology consulting and services company Tegria appointed Brian Cahill as CEO and Ray Gensinger as chief medical officer.

Cahill was previously executive vice president for sales and delivery at Tegria, a spinout of healthcare giant Providence that launched in 2020. He is the former CEO of Cumberland Consulting Group, which provided technology consulting and advisory services and was acquired by Tegria in 2021. Cahill also previously held leadership roles at lifeIMAGE, eWebHealth, ChartOne and HPR.

Gensinger was previously chief information officer for Hospitals Sisters Health System, a health group in Illinois and Wisconsin. He also was previously the chief medical information officer at Fairview Health Services and Hennepin County Medical Center. A licensed general internist, Gensinger has expertise in clinical informatics and software design. He formerly held faculty appointments at the University of Minnesota in its nursing school and Institute for Health Informatics.

Dave Fleishman, a former executive at Expedia and online jewelry service Blue Nile, is now chief product officer at Denver-based Angi, which supports homeowners by facilitating access to services. Fleishman was previously interim chief product officer at St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital and senior vice president of product management at real estate tech company Compass.

Fleishman worked at Blue Nile for three years, most recently as chief growth officer. Prior to that he was as Expedia for close to seven years, most recently as vice president of global product. He also held managerial roles at Microsoft, Nokia and Apple.

Phyllis Campbell. (JP Morgan Photo)

Phyllis Campbell, chair of the Pacific Northwest region of JPMorgan Chase & Co. is retiring. Campbell has worked in banking for 30 years and joined JPMorgan in 2009 after the bank acquired Washington Mutual. She is a board member of the Allen Institute, the business group Washington Roundtable and the U.S.-Japan Council. She also was previously CEO and president of the philanthropic group The Seattle Foundation. She will step down April 5.

Other key personnel changes across the Pacific Northwest tech industry:

Cyndie Martini is stepping down after 25 years as CEO of Member Access Processing, the Seattle-based company she founded that provides mobile processing platform for credit unions and other services.

Mark Sheridan is now vice president of marketing partner alliances at sales enablement platform Highspot. He was previously head of strategic partnerships at SentinelOne and vice president of business development KeepTruckin and Proofpoint.

Matthew Carpentieri joined Seattle transportation logistics and supply chain company FlavorCloud as head of partnerships, moving from ShipMonk, where he was senior director of partnerships.

Josh Ettwein is now vice president of engineering at Rippl Care, a Seattle startup focused on mental healthcare for seniors. Ettwein was previously head of product engineering at Curai Health.

Seattle Children’s appointed Francesca Vega as vice president of external affairs. She was previously vice chancellor for community and government relations at University of California, San Francisco.

Seattle microscopy startup Alpenglow Biosciences hired Steve Pemberton as senior vice president for commercial development. He previously held senior roles at Ultivue, Haematologic Technologies and Bionique Testing Laboratories.

Seattle-area engineer David Blythe joined semiconductor giant AMD as a corporate fellow, a position that recognizes accomplished innovators. Blythe previously spent 13 years at Intel, most recently as its lead GPU architect. He also was an architect at Microsoft.

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