StolenYouth Board

The StolenYouth Board

Board

 

StolenYouth Board Members 

 

Back row (l-r) Pam Norick (Ex Officio), Jen Draper, Ouida Hemingway, Alan Brown, Jane Charles, Shivonne Byrne and Alyson Munday. Front row (l-r): Libby Miller, Jill Singh, Patty Fleishmann, Paula Clapp, Jennifer Reibman and Hanouf Grandinetti.

 

Not pictured, board member Susan Long-Walsh 

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ALAN BROWN, CHAIR, is the co-founder and CEO of DNA, one of Seattle’s largest and most successful independent advertising and branding agencies. Alan began his work with StolenYouth by volunteering DNA’s talents to the organization’s marketing and communication needs, including strategic planning, branding, messaging and event support. He joined the board in 2016, contributing to the marketing committee and subsequently co-hosted two annual luncheon events. Alan lives on Mercer Island with his partner and two teenage children.

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PATTY FLEISCHMANN, CO-FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT EMERITUS, is a licensed marriage and family therapist in private practice for 22 years. Patty is also the founding President of the Sto- lenYouth board.

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PAULA CLAPP, CO-FOUNDER AND VICE PRESIDENT, is a founder of several groups dedicated to global and local economic development, including Seattle International Foundation, Global Washington, Initiative for Global Development and the Washington Women’s Foundation.

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JILL SINGH, TREASURER, is a community volunteer with a background in business, marketing and strategic planning.

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HANOUF GRANDINETTI, SECRETARY AND GRANTEE COMMITTEE CHAIR, brings entrepreneurial skills as the co-founder of a consumer business and longtime community volunteer.

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SHIVONNE BYRNE is a senior marketing director at Microsoft and has held several technology marketing C-suite roles.

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JANE CHARLES, CO-FOUNDER, is the producer of SOLD, a film that catalyzed the global movement to end child sex trafficking. She recently produced the feature film “East of the Mountains,” starring Tom Skerritt and Mira Sorvino, an Oscar winner and anti-trafficking activist, to be released in 2020.

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JEN DRAPER is a longtime table captain and sponsor of the StolenYouth luncheon. She is inspired by StolenYouth’s mission.

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SUSAN LONG-WALSH is a leader in talent acquisition, diversity and inclusion at T-Mobile. She has held senior human resource positions at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Starbucks, Vulcan and Microsoft.

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LIBBY MILLER joined the StolenYouth board in 2016. She is passionate about youth justice and service to the most vulnerable in our local and global community. Over the past decade, she has served on many non-profit boards and founded and led a public foundation supporting youth and adults suffering trauma. Libby is a Pacific Northwest native, graduate in Political Science from the University of Washington, mother of two grown children and married to Steve Miller.

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ALYSON MUNDAY, MARKETING CHAIR, has expertise in establishing meaningful relationships between organizations and their audiences, as a result of almost three decades of experience in developing integrated marketing programs. Alyson is best known for forging strong working relationships with clients and crafting creative solutions to magnify their voices through advocacy campaigns. These campaigns have been the driving force behind her extensive history with a multitude of local and regional clients for whom she has helped to communicate strategically, authentically and creatively to achieve their outreach objectives.

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JENNIFER REIBMAN, CO-FOUNDER, is a writer and film producer, mother of three and Chair of the Stroum Center for Jewish Studies at the University of Washington.