Master Builders Association hires Issaquah resident as new COO

Master Builders Association hires Issaquah resident as new COO

Jeremy Hall joins MBAKS Aug. 13.

  • Monday, August 13, 2018 12:30pm
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The Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties (MBAKS) recently announced Jeremy (Jerry) Hall as the organization’s chief operating officer. Hall, most recently principal of Brightspeed Consulting, formerly served as COO of two medicolegal services companies. He has an extensive background in strategic planning and maximizing operations efficiency. He will join MBAKS on Monday, Aug. 13.

“I’m delighted to announce that Jerry will be joining the team,” Kat Sims, executive director of MBAKS, said in a press release. “Jerry’s extensive COO experience and wealth of financial and operational knowledge will help elevate all aspects of our planning and operations, opening up possibilities and improving our performance in the coming years.”

In addition to having more than a dozen years of business leadership experience, Hall is a graduate of Harvard Business School and holds a Master of Business Administration.

Previously, Hall was principal at Brightspeed Consulting, COO of California Medical Evaluators and COO of Medical Consultants Network. During his time as the COO of Medical Consultants Network, Hall reduced operational expenses, expanded the number of the company’s call centers and oversaw the growth of a regional company into a national presence. Early in his career, Hall worked for Arthur Andersen where he focused on business consulting specifically within the healthcare, construction and telecommunications industries.

“It is a privilege to join MBAKS,” Hall said in a press release. “Keeping the Puget Sound region as one of the top places in the world to live is something I am passionate about. I’m excited to be part of the vital work MBAKS does for its members and the Pacific Northwest.”




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