Marie has lived in the small community of Palouse for 30 years. She comes to the Chamber with many different job experiences, and describes herself as a “Jane of all trades”. Marie has four children, Jennifer, Kristin, Matthew, and Mitchell, and three grandchildren. Marie is involved in Kiwanis, Boy Scouts, Palouse Audubon Society, Palouse Knowledge Corridor, Pullman Lions Club, and is the current chair of the Washington Chamber of Commerce Executives (WCCE). Staff Responsibilities: She is responsible to the Board of Directors for a full range of activities — coordination of the program of work; organizational structure and procedures; motivation of volunteering; income and expenditures; maintenance of membership; employment, training and supervision of staff; interpretation of policy; maintenance of quarters; and long and short-range planning. Marie enjoys the work of the chamber and believes that the Palouse is the best place to live, work and do business. “I can’t think of anywhere else I’d rather be,” says Marie.
Britnee graduated from the University of Idaho in 2014 with a B.S. in Public Relations and a B.S. in Resource Recreation and Tourism. She is responsible for overall tourism and convention marketing programs as well as advertising for the city of Pullman and the Palouse Scenic Byway. She coordinators efforts with Washington State University, University of Idaho, Pullman and Moscow Hotels/Motels and the Moscow Chamber of Commerce to meet the needs of visitors to the Palouse, including fulfilling requests for visitor and relocation information. Britnee serves on both the Whitman County and City of Pullman Lodging Tax Committees and the Palouse Marketing Committee. She is also involved in overseeing the Pullman Activities Guide, City Map and several brochures designed to enhance a visitor’ stay in Pullman. Britnee is also the director of the National Lentil Festival. “Pullman is a unique community that I am proud to represent and share its story with our visitors!”
Kimberly grew up in Las Vegas and now lives in Pullman. She enjoys being an integral part of the Pullman Chamber and having increased involvement with the Pullman community and businesses. The office manager is responsible for the Chamber business activity, accounts payable, receivable, and payroll. She is also responsible for the Membership Directory, and corresponding with members through weekly newsletters and the Pullman Community Update. She coordinates the General Membership Luncheon each month and participates in the many Chamber events and fundraisers.
Regan was born and raised in Yakima, Washington. In Spring 2018 she graduated from Washington State University with a B.A. in Strategic Communication. During her undergraduate, Regan served as a public relations officer for a student organization and worked as the Director of Health and Safety for ASWSU. Through these experiences, Regan developed her interest in event planning. She is excited to have the opportunity to work with the Pullman community. Regan is responsible for coordinating events such as Pullman’s Fourth of July Celebration, Shop Pullman First, Chocolate Decadence, Holiday Fest, and assisting the Tourism Director with the National Lentil Festival. She serves as the secretary for the Pullman-WSU Relations Committee. Regan also manages the Chamber’s social media platforms and is the face of Chamber events to media outlets.
Regan Donaldson, Marie Dymkoski, Britnee Christen, Kimberly Marshall
415 N. Grand Ave.
Pullman, WA 99163