Marilyn is Assistant Vice President, Senior Legal Counsel at AT&T, Inc. Marilyn started her legal career as a prosecutor in the Seattle City Attorney’s office and worked in a number of positions in criminal and civil division before she was assigned to direct the City Attorney’s labor and employment division.
She participates in Women of AT&T and serves on AT&T’s legal department Diversity and Inclusion Committee, and volunteers on two non-profit boards with missions to serve victimized populations.
Angela 是 Expedia Group 的业务支持高级总监。
Over 20 years in solution development and delivery, business partnership development, team building, and mentorship, her career has included roles as a developer, dev manager, QA, product manager, VP of Development, and most recently, Principal Program Manager in Expedia Group’s Lodging Platform team.
“当我在 2009 年参加我的第一次 BE LOUD 早餐时，我听到一位父亲谈论虐待他的孩子和经历——以及 KCSARC 如何帮助这个家庭的每一步。没有人应该在没有帮助的情况下处理他们的情绪健康或法律选择。
“KCSARC 的最终目标是消除我们社区的性暴力和性虐待。这就是为什么我每年都向 KCSARC 捐款，自 2010 年以来每年都举办 KCSARC 早餐桌，以及我最终加入 KCSARC 董事会的原因。我想有所作为，我想不出更好的合作伙伴来对抗不可想象和无法忍受的事情。”
Alexa is Managing Director, Communications at Alaska Airlines.
Prior to that, Alexa led internal and executive communications for Nordstrom. And oversaw communications for Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist Paul G. Allen’s network of organizations and programs. She has also held communications leadership roles at Levi Strauss & Co. and Zagat Survey.
“我相信一个每个人都安全并受到尊重的世界。在我们的社会中没有性暴力的容身之地。我很自豪能够支持 KCSARC 打破我们社区中性侵犯的循环。”
Laurie Anderson is a consultant at CFO Selections, where she works on a variety of small to mid-sized companies serving as either a fractional CFO or working on specific project-based needs. She is a licensed CPA in Washington, with over 20 years of audit and accounting experience in various industries.
Laurie is currently serving as the vice-president on the Board of Directors at Homeward Pet.
“I am honored to serve on KCSARC’s Board and want to help support its mission and to continue to raise awareness of the organization to ensure anyone impacted by sexual assault knows they have a place to go for support.”
Justice Bobbe J. Bridge, ret.
Bobbe was the founding President/CEO of the Center for Children & Youth Justice, a nonprofit organization to improve policies, practices and outcomes for children and youth in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems. She retired from CCYJ in 2018.
Prior to CCYJ, she served on the King County Superior Court, as Chief Judge of the Juvenile Division, and Presiding Judge. She was appointed and then elected to the Washington State Supreme Court, where she founded and chaired its Commission on Children in Foster Care.
Before joining the bench, Bobbe was the first female partner at the Seattle law firm of Garvey Schubert Barer. Throughout her career, Justice Bridge has spoken, written, and taught on issues pertaining to system-involved youth, child sex trafficking, domestic violence, and criminal and juvenile justice reform.
She currently serves on a number of community boards as well as the Washington State Oversight Board for the Department of Children, Youth, and Families, the King County Children and Youth Advisory Board, and the National Advisory Committee on the Sex Trafficking of Children and Youth in the U.S.
Marnix is Finance Manager at Amazon. Previously, he was a Director of Finance at New Engen, and Sr. Manager of Accounting at Tableau Software, performing various responsibilities including technical accounting, SEC reporting and other compliance functions.
He began his career as an auditor with PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Tiffiny is Vice President, Legal Affairs at T-Mobile. She has 16 years of corporate legal experience and served as chief real estate counsel for Fortune 500 companies, including Nike and EssilorLuxottica. Previously, she served as chairwoman of the Georgetown University, Master of Professional Studies in Real Estate Advisory Board, and led grant writing efforts for the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Silicon Valley Chapter.
Jesse is an attorney with Schlemlein Fick & Franklin, PLLC where he focuses on construction law, consulting and litigation, and general business litigation. He previously worked with K&L Gates. Prior to that, he was a King County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney (Criminal Division), including two years with the Sexual Assault Unit.
He is currently a Trustee for the Board of Rowing Stewards, University of Washington.
Dennis is Spatial Services Manager at the King County Geographic Information Systems Center (KCGIS) and has 26 years of IT Management experience.
Dennis recently stepped down from the Kent City Council, on which he served for 10 years.
He was awarded the Advanced Certificate of Municipal Leadership by the Association of Washington Cities, and is a Board Member Emeritus of the Sound Cities Association. He is a two-time winner of the Golden Acorn Award, and was named an Outstanding Advocate by the Kent Area PTSA.
Lisa owns Holderman Rentals, LLC. Over the last 30 years she has performed volunteer and fundraising activities for various community-based arts and health care organizations. She is an independent investor and property manager, with a focus on college housing, and dedicates a large portion of her time to community service, informally mentoring women in aspects of fundraising and management.
“我参加了我的第一次 KCSARC BE LOUD 早餐，听说需要改变对性侵犯的看法，尤其是在 #MeToo 运动之后。我被迫更多地参与 KCSARC。
“我很荣幸能在 KCSARC 董事会任职以推进其使命，并筹集资金和提高认识以支持 KCSARC 与受害者及其家人开展的工作，并确保所有受性侵犯影响的人得到他们需要的治疗和宣传。应得。”
Marta is Corporate Counsel at Costco Wholesale, and a member of Costco’s Inclusion Committee. She served on the board of directors of Childhaven from 2008-2018, and currently serves on the Council of Advisors for Alexander Hamilton Scholars. Marta knows firsthand the powerful, positive impact KCSARC has on those they serve, and is grateful for the opportunity to support this vital work.
Lawton is Sr. Manager, Litigation and Regulatory Operations at Amazon. Previously, she was an employment lawyer with Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, advising employers on all aspects of the employment relationship.
She served on the Board of Trustees for ACT Theatre from 1995 – 2003 and on the Board of Trustees for the ACT Foundation from 2004 – 2010.She is most passionate about raising four vibrant daughters.
“没有比结束性暴力和创建健康社区更重要的工作了。我目睹了太多次在创伤得不到治疗的情况下性暴力的长期影响，并且受到 KCSARC 每天与其客户和家人产生的治愈故事的启发。”
John is Sr. Director of Commercial Finance for Ste. Michelle Wine Estates. His prior experience includes finance leadership roles with REI, Nordstrom, Microsoft and Starbucks. John and his wife have lived in the Seattle area (on the Eastside) for the past 20+ years, after relocating from Dallas, TX. Their two children also live in the area.
“I’ve been a proud supporter of KCSARC since 2017. The BE LOUD Breakfast was my introduction to this incredible organization and the critical role it plays in our community. I’m honored to have joined the Board in 2022 and look forward to contributing to this important work.”
Meenakshi (Meena) Rishi
Meena is Professor of Economics at Seattle University, and holds the Eva Albers Professorship at the Albers School of Business and Economics. Meena is a member of the American Economic Association and the Committee on the Status of Women in the Economic Profession. She is a Fulbright Specialist and the Executive Director, Association of Indian Economic and Financial Studies.
Meena is active in local theatre and an eager volunteer for various events organized by Seattle’s South Asian community. She is on the Executive Committee of Pratidhwani and on the Board of the Infinity Box Company
“我认为性暴力是对基本人权的侵犯，并且植根于社会上其他形式的压迫。我想象一个没有社会不公和任何形式的系统性镇压的世界。 KCSARC 为性侵犯受害者提供支持、倡导和关怀，并肯定了我对正义和公平的信念。”
Diana is Senior Director, IT Operations at Grant Thornton, LLP, where she is an experienced industry and consulting veteran providing advisory services to financial services, technology, e-commerce and nonprofit organizations.
“十多年来，我一直支持 KCSARC，其动机是我自己作为性侵犯幸存者的经历。我受到 KCSARC 愿景的启发，并热衷于为生活受到性侵犯影响的其他人大声疾呼。”
Devin is Counsel at Davis Wright Tremaine LLP. He represents businesses in employment counseling, litigation, government investigations, and all other aspects of the employer-employee relationship. Prior to DWT, Devin worked as an in-house attorney at Microsoft, where he advised Human Resources and business leadership on a full spectrum of employment law issues including compliance, training, risk mitigation, and diversity & inclusion efforts. Devin worked as a newspaper reporter before switching to the legal profession.
He spends weekends enjoying Puget Sound and hiking with his wife and twin boys.
“我相信我们社区的所有成员都应该免受性暴力。我很自豪能与性侵犯的幸存者站在一起，每天都支持 KCSARC 的使命和工作人员。”
Susan retired in September 2021 after a 30-year career as an Ob/Gyn Physician. She is a personal and professional coach for women, and continues to serve as a community volunteer.
“我的社区参与源于帮助那些最脆弱的人的愿望。我通过参加 BE LOUD 早餐了解了 KCSARC 的工作，并且对支持性侵犯受害者及其家人的使命和全面方法印象深刻。作为一名医生，我亲眼目睹了性侵犯对患者心理和医生健康的长期影响，我致力于实现在我们社区结束性暴力的目标。我于 2020 年加入董事会，很荣幸能够为这个出色的组织服务。”
Brittany is a Product Manager at Salesforce, where she is responsible for working across engineering and business teams to deliver eCommerce technologies. She is a licensed CPA with 9 years of finance and technology experience, working at various companies including Deloitte, Tableau, and Microsoft.