The Port of Grays Harbor recently announced it has gone through an organization restructuring and promoted several employees.
Randy Lewis is becoming the director of health, safety and environment for the port to reflect the port’s “consideration of environmental, economic and social impacts” for projects, according to the port.
Also: Public Affairs Manager Kayla Dunlap has been promoted to director of government and public affairs and Information Technology Manager Chris Hunt to director of information technology. Alissa Shay has been named general manager of the Satsop Business Park, and Molly Bold to general manager of the Westport Marina in an effort to enhance and upgrade the marina floats and how they are configured.
The port has also said that it’s also seeking a port engineer, contract administrator, and a marine terminal security superintendent.
“The business and functions of the port have grown and continue to change as we adapt to today’s business and regulatory environment,” said port Executive Director Gary Nelson. “I am incredibly proud of our team here at the Port of Grays Harbor and confident these organizational changes and promotions will suit us well in serving our community and ensuring future growth.”