Esther Cho Liu and Chad Sessions join board of directors for business leadership organization
VANCOUVER — Identify Clark County, a local business leadership organization, has appointed two new members to its board of directors.
Esther Cho Liu and Chad Sessions are the newest members of the board.
Liu, of Ridgefield, is associate principal of LSW Architects, a firm she joined in 2011 to support the firm’s commercial, school and housing project portfolio, according to a press release. She has previous experience at Portland-based Ankrom Moisan and Fletcher Farr Ayotte architectural firms as well as with Brooks Architectural in Benton Harbor, Michigan. Liu has a degree in architecture from Andrew’s University in Berrien Springs, Michigan.
Sessions, a Camas resident, is the co-owner of Real Living The Real Estate Group, a regional real estate firm serving the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan area since 2010. Real Living actively supports the Learn Here project, which celebrates the region’s quality educational system. Sessions has 24 years of real estate and land development experience after beginning his career as a traffic safety instructor for the Vancouver School District. He attended Rancho Santiago College and Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, and is an alumnus of Columbia River High School.
Identify Clark County describes itself as “a 24-year-old privately-funded business organization comprised of business leaders who seek to build a stronger community.”
The organization has about 80 investors with an office in Vancouver and a government relations presence in Olympia.