Congratulations Washington Business Week 2021 Graduates!
Congratulations Washington Business Week 2021 Graduates!
Congratulations Washington Business Week 2021 Graduates!

BOARD

Our Board

Washington Business Week is governed by a 100% volunteer Board of Directors. The majority of our Board members have experienced the life-changing nature of our programs either by participating as high school students and/or volunteering for the program as adults. They are passionate and committed to improving the lives of Washington State’s youth. We aim to have a diverse Board of Directors from gender to race and ethnicity, to also include various industries that reflect the businesses across Washington State.

2021 Foundation for Private Enterprise Education

Executive Committee

ALYSSA NORWOOD

ALYSSA NORWOOD

PRESIDENT

Starbucks
KAREN HANSEN

KAREN HANSEN

PAST-PRESIDENT

Wyman Financial Solutions
FRED FOOSE

FRED FOOSE

Treasurer

TrueWorld Foods
DENISE MITCHELL

DENISE MITCHELL

SECRETARY

PEMCO
MICHAELA WESSELMAN

MICHAELA WESSELMAN

Umpqua Bank

Board Committee

JEFF WOLLF-GEE

JEFF WOLLF-GEE

Swedish
RAEGAN BERRY

RAEGAN BERRY

Boeing
KRIS JOHNSON

KRIS JOHNSON

Association of Washington Business
STEVE DOBOSZ

STEVE DOBOSZ

Retired Teacher
JEFF MALLULA

JEFF MALLULA

Raymond James
HO-ON YOSHIDA

HO-ON YOSHIDA

TrueWorld Foods
MAC JOHNSTON

MAC JOHNSTON

Microsoft
ANTHONY COVINGTON

ANTHONY COVINGTON

Renton Technical College
Ian Farrell

Ian Farrell

Key Performance Quality Consulting

Zan Truluck

Zan Truluck

The Boeing Company

Brittanya Bryant

Brittanya Bryant

Bryant & DeValle: Certified Public Accountants

Boeing employees are generous with their time volunteering with valued non-profit partners. Serving as a WBW Company Advisor provides experiential leadership development opportunities for employees to get a feel for what it’s like to be in a formal leadership role as well as to help support the mission of WBW.

– James Garnett, Program Manager, Business Employee Development, The Boeing Company & WBW Board Chair