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Bettisworth North Introduces Two New Principals

Jun 30, 2020 | Architecture, Right Moves

Randall Rozier has been an architect and project manager with Bettisworth North Architects and Planners Inc. for 15 years. He will be involved with business direction, project management practices, and strategy. He is recognized within the Alaska building community for his pragmatic, yet elegant solutions and efficient project management. He recently completed the 2020 Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce Leadership Fairbanks Program. Some of his most prominent work includes the Ryan Middle School in Fairbanks, Holland America Princess Denali expansion, Norton Sound Health Corporation St. Lawrence Island health clinics, and the Tanana Chiefs Conference Chief Andrew Isaac Health Center and rural clinics in Circle, Evansville, and Manley.

Leah Boltz leads marketing, branding, communications, community outreach, business development, and client service for Bettisworth North Architects and Planners Inc. Her role as principal will emphasize deepening client relationships and enhancing the client experience. She excels at public speaking, networking, and writing and works with executive teams on strategic visioning, innovation initiatives, staff development, and mentorship. Leah’s goal is to create sustainable, thriving communities and client organizations and help team members at all levels reach their full potential.

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