We're former Amazonians, and we're on your side.

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Who we are.

What do you get when you combine a resourceful former Amazonian supermom, with some of her favorite former Amazonian colleagues?

In short, you get the hive mind that is Cascadia Seller Solutions.

Cascadia Seller Solutions team for Amazon sellers

Experienced consultants.

We are THE Amazon experts. We understand Amazon's ecosystem from the ground up, all of the tools, procedures, and confusing interactions with Seller Support!

Local associates.

Our Seller Central associates are all US-based native English speakers, trained by our consulting team. Our merchandising team is based in China, able to quickly handle your concerns locally.

Former Amazonians.

As former Amazon employees, we’ve got over 60 years of combined Amazon experience in: performance, customer experience, sourcing, product compliance, import logistics, private label development, and jewelry.

Our mission is to focus on the long game.

Cascadia Seller Solutions was founded on the premise that to protect and grow your investment with Amazon, you need to focus on the long game and doing things the right way.

Our passion is helping brands launch and grow their presence on Amazon.

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We love our location!

Mountain Streams. Geoduck Clams. Blackberries. Rain. Coffee. Doughnuts. Yum!

Yep - that’s the Pacific Northwest for you. We’re Seattle based and proud of it.

And like the Cascadia movement, we support our team’s independence and the independent, entrepreneurial spirit of our clients. We’re friendly and open-minded too, so you can count on us to offer real solutions when you get stuck in the Amazon mire.

Check out our talented team members!

Rachel Johnson Greer: “Never let anyone make you believe you are less than you are, including yourself. Our greatest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our greatest fear is that we are powerful beyond all measure.”
Christina Fleming: "Every next level of your life demands a different you."
Leoho'onani Texeira: “Our only limitations are the ones we set in our own minds."
Nam Lu: "I love to help businesses build a social media presence and introduce them to new potential customers."
Autumn Echols: "I enjoy working with others who have a variety of perspectives and ideas. I am inspired to leave a positive mark on the world with my work."
Parker Lui: “I am always seeking new adventures. I am eager to learn the business and grow through real-world experiences.”
Jordan Owenby: "If you see something beautiful in someone, speak it!"
Janice Dela Cruz: “I have learned patience and calmness in any difficulties both personal and professional life, which helped me achieve positive results in everything I do.”
Jeramie Balabat: "I am strong-willed and push my limits in everything I do to come up with a substantial solution."
David Johnson: “Creating is a process of discovery. I am always learning and discovering what works for me and others. The more interest I have unique points of view, the better I can adapt to changing demands.”
Sarah Walsh: "Plan your work, work your plan. Planning and executing is the key to all hard work and success."
Ewan Fleming: "I see challenges as a way to grow and improve, and to make life even more interesting."
Kanoe Yama: “Strive to be great. Keep learning to be better.”
Evelyn Ruflo Hidalgo: “The only constant thing in this world is CHANGE. It may be positive or negative. And I've learned to adapt this change, in my workplace and in my personal life; to be able to grow professionally, emotionally, and spiritually.”
Janine Capangpangan: "I like to follow my dreams, every step I take regardless of any adversities gets me closer to reach my goals."
Mackenzie Dowell: "I believe that hard work, honesty and giving others the benefit of the doubt and remembering the customer is always right, is a recipe for success in all I do both in my work and personal life.”
Lucielle Wones: "The most important part of being an effective writer is learning how to get your point across to all types of people."
Emily Smith: "I am passionate about working with people and creating a welcoming community."
Gladys Penaso: “I am always excited for opportunities to learn and expand my abilities. Thus, the harder you work for something, the greater you feel when you achieve it."
Priscilla Thomas: “My purpose as a communicator is to connect people through meaningful, strategic, and creative words and ideas. I value everyone's ability to contribute to something great.”
Stephany Amoy: “If we nurture our dreams, they will take root in our souls and bear fruit in our lives.”
Richard Bancale: "Meeting and Surrounding yourself with Successful people, Makes you Grow and Learn with them"
Gilbert Simbajon: "Love your work if you want to make it last longer. Patience and with God's Help all things are possible."
My Le: "You are educated. Your certification is in your degree. You may think of it as the ticket to a good life. Let me ask you to think of an alternative. Think of it as your ticket to change the world.”
Erin Zenio: "Don't ever diminish the power of words. Words move hearts and hearts move limbs.
Malia Kim: "The elevator to success is out of order. You'll have to use the stairs... one step at a time. Be kind on the way up."
Ken Evans: "If you can believe, all things are possible to him who believes."

As a former teacher, nothing makes me happier than solving problems for clients, helping them learn about Amazon and grow their business, and empower my team to do the same. 

My background: I was at Amazon for 8 years, in Fraud/Transaction Risk, Product Compliance & Sustainability, and managing hardware for Website Platform. Quite a variety! I have an MBA from Seattle University, an MA from the University of Oregon, and have traveled and lived in Asia, Europe, and North America. 

In my not significant free time, I do fiber crafts such as spinning, crocheting, and embroidery, and I have been in a community band since 2009, playing French Horn, Trombone, or Euphonium depending on the band’s needs that season.


I was once described as a creative mind loosely contained. As Director of Business Development for, and partner of, Cascadia Seller Solutions, that is a significant advantage! 

I have a passion for communicating effectively, listening to those around me and finding ways to help them. With 20+ years of background in marketing, administration, real estate management, and radio broadcasting, I am proficient in small business growth, organization, talking (!!!), and building relationships founded on trust and integrity to facilitate opportunity.

Raised in the Seattle area, but living in the Scottish Highlands with my husband (yes, the land of kilts, whisky, and bagpipes!), I am a Pacific Northwest rockabetty at heart and the doting “mother” of three spoiled furbaby rescues: “Loki” (the chattiest Maine Coon), “Brodie” (the Border Collie with a brogue), and “Colby” (the clingiest Cream Point). 

On a journey to a more fit me, I enjoy playing women’s flat track roller derby as “Pinkie RuffRyda”, dropping in on a half-pipe, exceeding personal weight-lifting goals, and crushing evil cardio workouts! 

Additional life highlights come from spontaneous road trips, traveling anywhere I haven’t been, engaging in intellectual repartee, spending quality time with my friends and family, ziplining, parasailing, striving daily to earn “Auntie of the Year”, and discovering the best place(s) for the most excellent plate of nachos.

My personal motto: Dare to succeed.

My full name is Leohoonani Texeira, but I’m known as “Leo” (lay-oh). I’m a 3 year former Amazonian, private brands and product management expert. I specialize in brand launches, compliance, and account management for our clients on Amazon. My goal is to help clients think about their strategic growth and operational goals on and off of Amazon.

I grew up on the small island of Molokai and am currently living in Honolulu, Oahu.
​When I’m not traveling the world with my laptop, ​you can find me either surfing, hanging out with my Golden Retriever​ “Lola”, or watching my ​​husband’s baseball game​s​ – GO BRAVES!

I’m a 4 year former Amazonian, sourcing consultant, with 12+ years of sourcing experience at large international brands, Target and Home Depot. I manage growing exclusive relationships for international sellers based in Asia so they can be successful selling on Amazon.
I am passionate about helping businesses leverage the power of social media for top line growth. I focus on brand awareness, consumer advocacy, and engagement through creating useful and relevant content. With a background in graphic design, sales, and marketing, I am a true utility player and creative thinker when it comes to driving online visibility. When I’m not researching the next destination I want to explore, you can usually find me at a local brewery chasing around my energetic son, Beau. 

I’m a graduate of the University of Iowa in English, with a certificate in Medieval Studies. I have worked previously for five years as a medical marketing copywriter and researcher, and worked at Amazon in the Recalls, Product Safety, and Restricted Products teams for five years from 2011 to 2016, when I joined Cascadia.

I love a well written turn of phrase, hot chocolate, and a really great ball of yarn. I knit for friends and family – not crochet! I enjoy posting a combination of medieval themed articles and political opinions on Facebook when I’m not working or spending time my partner.

I am originally from Maui, Hawaii, and have a BA from the University of Washington in Political Science, with a minor in Law, Society, and Justice. I worked as a paralegal before joining Amazon, and continued to volunteer with the King County Bar Association even while working full time. At Amazon, I first worked in import regulatory compliance and then in the restricted products team writing and refining the rules that found and took down noncompliant products on Amazon. I most recently come from zulily as a business development data analyst focused on increasing ROI on new product acquisition and sales.


I have two adorable Pomeranians, Maya-Bear and Tater-Tot (yes, he’s golden brown and round). I love the ocean, traveling the globe and eating! I also love a particularly good gag gift – life’s too short not to laugh!


I’m experienced in Customer Service and Risk Management with over 16 years employed by Amazon. Ten of those years were in Transaction Risk Management, the department that manages Chargebacks, Seller Performance, and Fraud. I’m also a lifelong musician, having managed and self-produced multiple albums for performing groups I was a part of.

I am a former associate in the financial services sector with 16 years experience in analytical problem resolution and process improvement. I am adept in project work where my skills are beneficial and instrumental in streamlining processes to make them more efficient and effective to benefit growth and expansion.

With a background in strategic investments, I look to increase the long term benefit of companies seeking to make an increased impact especially from a 401(k) and profit sharing perspective.

In my offtime, I enjoy golfing, reading and writing while I also partake in the hobby of Civil War reenacting that teaches the history that some may not truly know.

I am Sophia and I live in Shenzhen, China. My particular expertise is in Softlines, particularly bags and packs, and I manage softlines and cosmetics now for Cascadia’s clients. I have previously worked at Li & Fung Trading company, working on brands like Kate Spade. Prior to that, I worked for Coach from 2005-2013, and I started my career in two bag companies in 2000. I am easy going and like to do my job well. In my free time, I always spend time with my sons. I also like shopping and going out with my close friends.
I am Amy, and I live in Shenzhen, China. I worked at the Wal-Mart Sourcing Office in Shenzhen from 2003 until 2016. Before Walmart, I worked for Foxconn, and a smaller company from 2000. I manage Hardlines and Toys for Cascadia’s clients, and my particular product specialties are in household items, pet products, electronics, and health and beauty.
I am Stella, and I live in Shenzhen, China. I most recently was a sourcing manager at Toys ‘R Us. Prior to that, I worked on sourcing for Michaels craft stores, Target, and Sanito Trading company. I have significant depth of experience in sourcing in China, from hair accessories to jewelry, to toys and other hardlines, to seasonal decorative items, and more.   I’m a jewelry collector and fan of any beautiful and precious stones. In my spare time, I enjoy using my simple tools to make a rough stone into a piece of jewelry. I like to source my favorites from local thrift stores and overseas eBay shops. I wish I can be a part-time online seller for my treasures one day, and my daughter can be a helper as she has already learned so much about them!

I have an AA in Accounting and have worked as a bookkeeper for small businesses as well as using my accounting skills as a volunteer for non-profits for over 18 years. I haven’t even met a form or a set of numbers I couldn’t handle.

I enjoy snowshoeing in the winter and back-country hiking in the spring, summer and fall. I enjoy playing my guitar and being part of a worship team.

I handle photography and US based logistics for our clients. I first got into photography as a teenager while visiting the Grand Canyon. It was amazing to have my Canon Rebel 35MM SLR in my hands in a helicopter ride through the most beautiful terrain I’d ever seen. I’ve done a lot of portraits and landscapes, and only recently started working on product photography, and I love the challenge of conveying a whole brand story with a single image! I studied theology and philosophy in college, and enjoy reading Carl Jung for fun in my spare time, and can speak at length on the philosophy of dreams.

I’m studying chemistry at the University of Washington and started working at Cascadia about a year ago. I work on a number of things from creating product listings and enhanced brand content on Amazon and many smaller side projects. Basically I help out Rachel and Erin wherever I can.

When I’m not working, I love to spend hours reading fantasy novels, going on runs in the rain, and going to concerts about once a month.

I strive to be the gap-filler, the support member of the team that can be called upon to help in multiple areas when needed. My background consists of for-profit and non-profit marketing and customer relations, fundraising, and educating future business and marketing post-secondary students. I am currently working on my PhD in Project Management.

To consider myself a well-rounded individual, I like to read fiction, listen to 80’s music, see how many ghost tours I can get in when on vacation, walk my two dogs, and I absolutely love a good game night.

I am a retired social worker, craftsman, and small business owner with a constant craving to learn new things.  My background is primarily in human resources, education, career consulting and development.  I am enjoying using those hard-won skills in a new and challenging field.   

When not at the office, I can usually be found in my workshop, reading almost anything I can get my hands on, and volunteering for community organizations.

As a (semi) retiree, I have what seems to be eons of experience ranging from military service in the United States Navy and Army, to working in civilian maintenance, and as a mechanical engineer for the U.S. government before finally realizing my dream of obtaining dual degrees in education and theology.

I am a proud Texan, born and raised, but live in the Midwestern United States with the love of my life, Pamela, to whom I’ve been married over 40 years. A man who loves his God, family, country, and his fellow man, on most days I can be found spending quality time with any (or all!) of my six energetic grandchildren, working in ministry with my church and our local immigrant communities, enjoying books containing historical significances (the thicker the better!), good ol’ camping and canoeing, and keeping my mind sharp with Sudoku.

I work as a helping hand along the way to success, as a supporting roll in research and content creation. I am fresh to the workforce, as I have just graduated with my Marketing degree from Washington State University (go cougs)! I am always eager to learn, grow, and create!

In my spare time, I love enjoying the Pacific Northwest and all its glory. From hiking to skiing, to boating, to backpacking, anything that allows me to be active I am all over it!

We hired Cascadia because we could not effectively navigate Amazon’s problem resolution process. We were pleased with their rapid and professional responses. If you need help in finding an effective solution when dealing with Amazon issues, call the professionals at Cascadia Seller Solutions. Their expertise will save you countless hours of time. Their extensive contacts and background in all-things-Amazon have paid huge dividends to Immedia Semi.


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