First a little about me: I am mother to
Allie & Nicole and wife to Ron.
I sit on the board of Leadership
Eastside (and am a graduating member of the inaugural class) and
Pacific Harp Institute.
In my spare time I sing in my church choir,
and am immediate past moderator of our church.
Ron tells me I do too much! (Oh, did I mention I just applied to graduate
I was the Campaign Manager for
John Marchione who
I am very pleased to report is now the Mayor of Redmond!
And right now am active in the Washington Volunteers for Barack Obama!
I spent a year on the recruiting team for Google,
great fun working for the "best company to work for!".
I am passionate about: music (I'm still trying to teach myself how to play
guitar!), Organizational Design,
theater (especially musical
theater), sprint-triathlons and my
husband! I also
enjoy photography and making baby quilts.
Here are a few of the places I like to visit on the web:
Eastside - is the next generation leadership development program,
distinguished by a focus on enhancing community leadership capabilities and
building regional perspectives.
Institute - Just getting started. Got involved in this organization
through Nicole who plays the harp.
Trademark Graphic Services
- my brother is Creative Director of New Media - anything you need in web
design and/or print!
Bright Wings - Dad's blog journaling his dance with cancer.
Rosacordis.com - My brothers web
site - cool stuff, he's designed some great pages - definitely the artist in the family!
Seattle Men's Chorus -
Directed by none other than our very own Dennis Coleman (who directs our church choir.)
Triathlon - This is the race that started my tri-passion. Although I'm
doing others now as well, it's still my favorite.
WSU Master Gardeners - Contrary
to my inherited genes, I know nothing about gardening, but I've inherited an
incredible garden, so I'm trying to learn what I'm doing before I kill
Silverado Vineyards -
join their wine club, get 10-20% off on wines, don't pay tax and get 2 bottles of wine
every quarter! The '94 Cab reserve is definitely worth a try!