Marilyn recently retired from AT&T where she was an Assistant Vice President – Senior Corporate Counsel. Marilyn worked collaboratively to build, develop, and manage legal teams, managed employment litigation in state and federal courts and represented the company in labor arbitrations, and state and federal administrative proceedings. Marilyn also provided advice and counsel regarding company-wide policy development in EEO, employment, and labor practices. Prior to joining AT&T she worked for the Seattle City Attorney’s Office first as a prosecutor, later provided advice and counsel to City leaders, and ultimately, as the director of the Employment Section. Marilyn was always a working manager, maintaining her own litigation caseload while working to resolve conflicts facing the City of Seattle and AT&T with patience, creativity and perseverance. Marilyn lends her time and talent serving on the boards of the King County Sexual Assault Resource Center as well as the Jubilee Women’s Center.
Marilyn is a graduate of the University of Puget Sound and Seattle University School of Law.
Angela is Senior Director, Chief of Staff, Partner Technology at Expedia Group.
在解决方案开发和交付、业务伙伴关系开发、团队建设和指导方面拥有 20 多年的经验，她的职业生涯包括开发人员、开发经理、QA、产品经理、开发副总裁，最近担任 Expedia Group 的首席项目经理住宿平台团队。
“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。”
Bobbe J. Bridge 法官，退休。
Bobbe 是儿童与青年司法中心的创始主席/首席执行官，这是一个非营利组织，旨在改善儿童福利和少年司法系统中儿童和青年的政策、实践和结果。她于 2018 年从 CCYJ 退休。
在加入 CCYJ 之前，她曾在金县高等法院担任少年部首席法官和主审法官。 She was appointed and then elected to the Washington State Supreme Court, where she founded and chaired its Commission on Children in Foster Care.
在加入律师事务所之前，Bobbe 是西雅图 Garvey Schubert Barer 律师事务所的第一位女性合伙人。在她的整个职业生涯中，Justice Bridge 就涉及系统的青少年、儿童性交易、家庭暴力以及刑事和少年司法改革等问题进行了演讲、写作和教学。
丽莎拥有 Holderman Rentals, LLC。在过去的 30 年里，她为各种以社区为基础的艺术和医疗保健组织开展了志愿者和筹款活动。她是一名独立投资者和物业经理，专注于大学住房，并将大部分时间用于社区服务，在筹款和管理方面非正式地指导女性。
“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。”
Tara Lee is the Chief Communications Officer for Washington Health Benefit Exchange. She spent six years working for Washington Governor Jay Inslee, first as Press Secretary and then as Executive Communications Director.
Tara has worked in communications for Seattle University, PATH, a global health organization and the Washington State Budget & Policy Center. She has worked in legislative advocacy at the state and federal level on healthcare and education.
Carl Morris is a Family Physician, the Director of Medical Education for Kaiser Permanente Washington and Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Washington School of Medicine. His responsibilities include caring for his panel of patients and oversight of clinician learners in Kaiser Permanente in Washington State. His research and policy interests include graduate medical education reform, educational justice and equity and residency training in federally qualified health centers. Carl received his undergraduate degree in Human Biology from Stanford University, medical degree from Harvard Medical School, residency training at SeaMar CHC/Providence in Seattle, WA, and Masters in Public Health from the University of Washington School of Public Health.
John is Director of Finance and Planning for Weyerhaeuser. He has been a corporate finance leader with prior experience at REI, Nordstrom, Microsoft and Starbucks. John and his wife have lived in the Seattle area (on the Eastside) for the past 25 years, after relocating from Dallas, TX. Their two adult children also live in the Seattle area.
“自 2017 年以来，我一直是 KCSARC 的骄傲支持者。BE LOUD 早餐是我对这个令人难以置信的组织及其在我们社区中发挥的关键作用的介绍。我很荣幸在 2022 年加入董事会，并期待为这项重要工作做出贡献。”
Lisa Schaures is a partner with Seyfarth Shaw LLP and works with a range of privately held companies, start-ups, social ventures and nonprofit organizations through corporate and tax issues. Lisa prides herself on her holistic approach to understanding her clients’ organization and her ability to build a team that relies on the expertise of her colleagues, while being nimble and efficient to successfully resolve negotiations and close transactions that contribute to her clients’ broader business goals. Lisa has a long history of volunteerism and spends much of her time outside the office with the boards of King County Sexual Assault Resource Center and YWCA Seattle | King | Snohomish.
Grace is an attorney at Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, where she represents employers in all areas of employment litigation. She moved to Seattle in 2015 to attend Seattle University School of Law and has called Seattle home ever since. She served as Vice President on the board of her Home Owners Association from October 2021 to July 2023. Before attending law school, she served as a Victim’s Advocate at Marion County District Attorney’s Office in Oregon from 2011 to 2015. She spends her free time baking goodies for her husband and exploring the city with her dog, Matilda.
“I was originally introduced to KCSARC through a colleague at Davis Wright Tremaine. Instantly, I was amazed by the passion, reach, and dedication of KCSARC members. I am thrilled to support KCSARC in its mission of providing a safe space to survivors of sexual assault in my community and to ending sexual assault for good.”
Dana Ulrich is the Director of Seattle and Regional Relations at Washington State University (WSU) in the Office of External Affairs and Government Relations. In this role she serves to connect the University to a variety of constituencies in the Puget Sound region, including local governments, businesses, civic and trade associations, and international organizations by sharing information and seeking opportunities to bring the University’s resources to bear on regional issues.
Joining WSU in 2016, Dana formerly served as the Director of Corporate Engagement from 2016 thru July 2022. Dana also a co-led diversity and inclusion efforts for the WSU Foundation as a member of the organization’s grassroots DEI advocacy group.
She previously worked in a similar role at Washington University in St. Louis (2009-2016) and the University of Missouri-St. Louis (2005-2009). She holds a degree in Social Work from the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
Additionally, Dana is a member of NACRO (2015-present), a network of higher education corporate relations professionals focusing on industry best practices and currently serves as the NACRO Board Co-President.
Lauren is a Senior Vice President and Strategic Advisor at T-Mobile US. She has over 35 years of legal experience in private practice, government, and public companies, including managing mergers and acquisitions, business transactions, litigation and corporate compliance. In her current role, she focuses on national security compliance.
Lauren is a founder of T-Mobile’s Women’s Leadership Network. Currently, she sits on the West Coast Advisory Board of the Asian University for Women in Bangladesh. She was a member of the KCSARC Board of Directors from 2013 to 2020 and rejoined the board in 2023.