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Nonprofits & Continuing the Mission

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Mar 26, 2020 02:26 PM

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Lynne Robinson
Mayor @City of Bellevue
Mayor Lynne Robinson joined the City Council in 2014, and she has a long history of civic involvement. She is a champion for startups and small business, and has encouraged startup and equity crowdfunding workshops at City Hall. Her colleagues voted her mayor in January 2020, after she previously served a term as deputy mayor. Lynne also advocates for the environment, parks and open spaces, human services and affordable housing in Bellevue. She proposed a property tax exemption adopted by the council for multifamily complexes that include affordable housing.
Lauren Thomas
CEO @Hopelink
Thomas has 25 years of experience in not-for-profit financial management. Prior to Hopelink, she was Chief Operating Officer for eight years at Wellspring Family Services, a Seattle agency addressing homelessness and offering domestic violence intervention, counseling and children’s emotional development services. Thomas started her not-for-profit management career at the Washington Society of Certified Public Accountants. She is a Certified Public Accountant and a professional in Human Resources with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management from the University of Montana.
Alisa Chatinsky
Executive Director @The Sophia Way
I recently spent the past 18 months working with Arizona’s largest and oldest shelter. Central Arizona Shelter Services (CASS) houses 450 men and women 365 days a year. Just as The Sophia Way, CASS’ real success is helping individuals access the services to prepare them for a thoughtful transition to permanent housing. During my time with CASS, I learned the importance of having a staff committed to our clients’ success, an engaged board of directors and the financial resources necessary to make a significant impact to end homelessness. We have a lot of ambitious work ahead to prepare for a successful transition of The Sophia Way’s next permanent executive director. I hope you will continue to stand #WithHerForHer in our work to end homelessness in east King County.