JetClosing names Zillow alum to board
Originally Published at: GeekWire
Seattle-based home-closing startup JetClosing named Chloe Harford to the company’s board of directors. Harford left her position as vice president of product at digital marketplace OfferUp near the end of last year.

Prior to OfferUp, Harford was at real estate tech company Zillow, where she worked for more than a decade and served in several strategic roles. Harford also mentors startups through Techstars, and she’s served on the boards of REI and nonprofit outdoors group The Mountaineers.

“[Harford’s] extensive experience within the real estate and digital arena and her deep understanding of the transformative dynamics of our industry will enhance our efforts to meet our customers’ needs,” JetClosing CEO Dan Greenshields said in a statement.

— Bridge Bank opened a Seattle office and hired Tom Reimer to lead its tech lending efforts in the Pacific Northwest. Reimer was previously senior vice president in the technology banking group at Square 1 Bank, where he managed the Northwest region.

“We’re committed to growing in top tech markets across the nation,” Bridge Bank CEO Dan Myers said in a statement. “Seattle is a desirable market because of its rich, long history of being the birthplace and home to some of the country’s top innovation companies.”

Bridge Bank, a division of Western Alliance Bank, offers a variety of funding vehicles for both venture-backed and non-venture-backed startups.

— Business and technology consultancy Logic20/20 hired Juliana Su as managing director of consulting. Su was previously CIO for Volt Information Sciences and president of Volt Customer Care Solutions.