Bothell-based HaloSource promotes Crowell to VP of Finance

Clean water technology company HaloSource in Bothell has announced the promotion of Craig Crowell to the position of VP of Finance.

Craig Crowell

Clean water technology company HaloSource in Bothell has announced the promotion of Craig Crowell to the position of VP of Finance.

“We are pleased to promote Craig after his recent accomplishments for HaloSource and look forward to having him on our leadership team,” said HaloSource CEO Martin Coles.

Crowell has been instrumental in many recent accounting initiatives including the company’s annual audit, strategic improvements in budgeting and played a key role in the company’s successful fundraising in November 2014, according to a release.

Prior to joining HaloSource, Crowell was employed by publicly listed companies in the mineral exploration, oil and gas and forest products industries in addition to working for Price Waterhouse. Crowell will be joining the HaloSource leadership team as the company continues to expand its business through partnerships in various water purification markets around the globe.

Crowell is a CPA (Illinois) and Chartered Accountant (Alberta) and graduated from the University of Alberta, Canada.


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