Anderson, originally from Texas, graduated from the Evergreen State College and was executive director of Big Brothers Big Sisters in Pierce County.
She later became the CEO of Everett Gospel Mission and has led the organization for more than 23 years. At the Everett Gospel Mission, more than 300 people are sheltered each night, “and that doesn’t count people just getting a meal.”
Laurry Ofili Ubah
International Liaison Bsc Civil Engineer
Healthcare Executive with several years of experience adept at building teams, culture and providing the best possible life experience to those he serves.
Brian’s compassion and eagerness to be a part of the solution regarding the issue of those facing homelessness is invaluable. Brian currently holds the Chief of Staff position at Microsoft. He is an effective leader with a focus on operational efficiency and growth strategy. Deep experience in performance improvement, operations strategy, and org transformation. Expertise in solving complex supply chains and high-quality/reliability standards.
Software Analyst Intuit
Joan Bachman is a Registered Nurse, Licensed Nursing Home Administrator, Registered Health Information Technician, and Faith Community Nurse. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. Joan has experience as a Nurse, Administrator, Developer, Trainer, Grant Writer, and served as Administrator of SD State Survey Agency. She has consulted with health care facilities and nonprofit organizations and presented leadership training. Joan is the author of Guidebook for Assisted Living Facilities and Senior Service Providers and Guidebook for Physician Services in the Nursing Facility, and she has published in professional journals.
Kese Antia is a healthcare specialist who has been in the field for over 15 years. She is compassionate about caring for the vulnerable and has devoted her life as a change agent.