Serves as a non-voting member of the District Board and is responsible for chairing the Kiwanis Committee on Key Club
I received my bachelor of arts in politics from Willamette University, Salem, OR in May 2007 and masters of public administration from American University, Washington, DC in July 2009. While pursuing my bachelor of arts, I served as the 2004-2005 PNW CKI District Governor and as the 2005-2006 CKI President. Prior to joining CKI, I served as the Division 65 Key Club Lt. Governor and as the District Convention Chair. Professionally, I serve as a senior analyst with the U.S. Government Accountability Office and in my personal life, I enjoy spending time with friends, running, traveling, and checking out the latest restaurants in Seattle. I am also a member of Cascadia Kiwanis and hold several Kiwanis honors including the George F. Hixson Fellowship and Tablet of Honor.