Executive Director, she/her
Mary Ellen 领导着 70 多名员工，并与 19 名成员的董事会密切合作，以实现 KCSARC 的愿景和使命。玛丽·艾伦 (Mary Ellen) 一直是改变性侵犯服务领域（包括预防、教育和受害者倡导）的有远见的领导者。她与主要企业、公司、地方政府和组织建立了伙伴关系，以便受害者及其家人能够发表意见。 KCSARC 因有效和创新的服务而享誉全国。
Mary Ellen 拥有明尼苏达大学的咨询硕士学位。她是“明天的领导力”和 Alki 基金会的项目毕业生。她目前在西雅图大主教管区审查委员会任职。过去的董事会职责包括精神疾病药物依赖监督委员会和 2018 年西雅图警察局长搜查委员会、华盛顿性侵犯计划联盟、性犯罪者管理委员会、妇女资助联盟和西雅图金县市政联盟
DeAnn 负责监督客户服务团队，该团队由临床治疗师、法律倡导者和危机顾问组成。她还负责整体员工发展和组织设计。自 1979 年以来，DeAnn 为身体和性侵犯受害者创建并实施了有效的服务。自 1984 年以来，她一直在 KCSARC 工作，并为父母和性侵犯受害者撰写了一系列出版物，包括：《特别为父母，特别是为青少年的父母》和《治愈庆典：儿童性侵犯成人幸存者团体治疗手册》。
在加入 KCSARC 之前，DeAnn 担任刘易斯县护理服务和华盛顿东部暴力替代方案的项目主管。她与这两个组织协调了一系列解决家庭暴力、虐待儿童和性侵犯的服务。
Karen 于 2018 年 8 月加入 KCSARC，领导筹款和沟通团队创建、实施和评估该机构的私营部门筹款活动。
Karen 职业生涯的大部分时间都在非营利组织工作，包括在西雅图儿童剧院 (SCT) 工作 19 年，在那里她担任教育总监，后来担任董事总经理，负责剧院的所有行政职能，包括开发和营销。
Karen 曾在当地、国内和国际上任教，并曾是康沃尔艺术学院和西雅图大学 MFA 艺术领导计划的兼职教员。 Karen 是 Winifred Ward Memorial Fund 的董事会主席，是美国儿童剧院基金会董事会成员和副总裁，是太平洋西北地区结束性交易扶轮社的成员。此外，Karen 还是年轻观众剧院 (TYA/USA) 的前董事会主席。
Anne 负责监督财务、人力资源和行政人员。在 2017 年加入 KCSARC 之前，她曾在华盛顿州最大的移民倡导组织 OneAmerica 和 OneAmerica Votes 担任相同职务。在过去的 20 年中，Anne 曾在 Bexar 县家庭司法中心、圣安东尼奥和 Bexar 县联合之路、家庭服务中心、波音公司和墨西哥裔美国人团结委员会等组织担任财务和项目管理职位。
Laura Lurry is the Resource Line Manager at KCSARC. She provides supervision and coordination of the 24-hour Resource Line, and the six advocates that staff the line and take calls 24/7. The advocates on the line bring much longevity, experience and expertise; all have worked at KCSARC for many years. They provide support, crisis counseling and resources to callers to the line.
Laura joined KCSARC in 1990 as a Child Advocacy Specialist after working several years as a Family Support Specialist in the Midwest. Laura has a Bachelor of Science in counseling and psychology. After 18 years providing comprehensive intake services, medical advocacy, parent education, and as a resource line advocate herself, she joined the management team in 2008.
Larraine oversees and provides clinical supervision for KCSARC’s therapists. She joined KCSARC in 2007 and is committed to providing empirically supported assessment and treatment for trauma survivors. Prior to KCSARC, Larraine provided evaluation and therapy services for children and adolescents with sexual behavior problems.
Larraine received a Bachelor of Arts in sociology from the University of British Columbia, a Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Victoria and a Masters of Social Work from the University of Washington. Larraine is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and Certified Sex Offender Treatment Provider in the State of Washington. She is also a Child Mental Health Specialist.
Larraine is a professional member of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies and the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies.
Megan has been with KCSARC since 2000, first as a legal advocate and then as manager of the legal advocacy program. She oversees a team of 20 legal advocates, including three legal advocacy supervisors, who assist clients as they navigate the criminal justice process. She and her team manage an overall caseload of about 1,200 at any given time, and assist over 2,500 survivors each year.
Megan also provides statewide and countywide trainings on legal advocacy, sexual assault and the criminal justice process, and participates in several statewide legislative work groups advocating for victim rights and sexual assault awareness.
Prior to KCSARC, Megan was a residential supervisor and counselor working with youth involved in long-term treatment for criminal, behavioral, and mental health issues. Megan has long been an advocate for youth, with experience implementing the positive peer program, group therapy and recreational therapy.
Megan has a bachelor’s degree in sociology with an interdisciplinary in criminal justice.
Erin has led KCSARC’s 丹多·沃兹 program since 2009, overseeing a team of 15 dedicated bilingual staff who provide culturally responsive services in Spanish and English to sexual assault survivors and their families within the Latinx community.
She joined KCSARC in 2005, first as a Bilingual Legal Advocate, and later as a Bilingual Family Services Specialist, providing emotional support, information, and assistance to Spanish-speaking non-offending family members of sexual abuse survivors.
Erin is also the program coordinator for Abriendo Puertas (Opening Doors), KCSARC’s holistic civil legal assistance program that provides sexual assault survivors access to trauma-informed, bilingual immigration and family law expertise.
Erin is passionate about social justice and the intersectionality of sexual assault, racism, and other forms of oppression, and she currently co-leads KCSARC’s Anti-Racism and Equity Initiative.
Erin studied abroad in Spain and Ecuador while she completed her undergraduate degrees in psychology and Spanish at the University of Idaho. She graduated from Seattle University with a Master of Arts in criminal justice, victimology concentration. Erin is registered in the state of Washington as an Agency Affiliated Counselor (AAC).
In her spare time, Erin enjoys spending time with her family, walking her dogs, and gardening.
Laurel joined KCSARC in 2017, and oversees agency communications strategy, media relations and public policy. Prior to relocating to the Seattle area from New England, she was a communications consultant for nonprofits seeking to change public policy in the areas of affordable housing and homelessness, children’s oral health, gun violence, economic justice and taxation. Laurel’s background also includes public relations and advertising account management at agencies in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Chris oversees KCSARC’s prevention education program, a cornerstone piece of KCSARC’s mission to end sexual assault by shifting norms and behaviors that contribute to violence.
Chris began his career at KCSARC in 2002 as a prevention education specialist. In 2009 he left to attended graduate school at the University of Washington, earning a master’s degree in social work. Chris returned to KCSARC in 2016 as a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and worked for five years as a trauma therapist, serving children and adult victims of sexual assault and abuse. In 2021, Chris jumped at the opportunity to apply a clinical lens to KCSARC’S prevention and education work in his current role.
In addition to KCSARC, Chris has worked as a counselor at Youth Care, a clinical care consultant with the Alzheimer’s Association, a mental health clinician for Full Life Care and a social worker for Providence Hospice of Seattle.