Cindy Anderson, CPA - Treasurer 
Cindy is an independent accountant serving a variety of small nonprofits in Seattle. She has been a member of Plymouth Church for 30 years. "Having seen the effects of mental illness and the isolation it can bring in my own family, I very much appreciate the companionship model of PHC." 

Susan Boundy-Sanders
Councilmember, City of Woodinville 
Susan has served on the Woodinville City Council since 2009, and represents the city on regional transportation and land use bodies. She also works in the software industry as a technical writer and program manager. Susan joined the PHC board in 2006. 

Jane Dunkel, MBA, MA Human Development
Office of City Auditor, City of Seattle
Jane's work at the City of Seattle includes performance and operational audits on a wide range of city programs and services. Jane has almost 20 years of experience as a performance auditor at both the federal and local levels. Her work at the City includes non-audit research undertaken at the request of the Seattle City Council, and recently, program evaluation. Jane's professional life has also included being the Co-Director of an NAEYC accredited child care center and Coordinator of Community Ministries at Plymouth Church. Jane is thrilled to be joining the dynamic, talented staff and Board at PHC, and is especially appreciative of their companion-based approach to helping people achieve healthy, stable lives. 

Brigitte Folz, LICSW  
Director of Behavioral Health, Harborview Medical Center 
Brigitte oversees the outpatient community mental health and substance use disorder programs at HarborviewShe has been in the social work field for over 25 years and on the PHC board since 2011. Brigitte is impressed by the dedicated work of the board and PHC’s program staff, and notes that PHC provides an important safety net for very vulnerable members of the Harborview patient community. 

Jim Gore, MPA - President 
During his career, Jim held executive responsibilities in non-profit medical, health services and biomedical research organizations in Seattle and Los Angeles. Those organizations included Bloodworks Northwest, the Center for Infectious Disease Research, Pacific Medical Centers and UCLA Medical Center. He served as operations executive with organization responsibility in finance/accounting/grants, HR, facilities, IS, fundraising, commercialization and compliance. He has held several non-profit board directorships, most recently with iLeap and Life Sciences Washington, where he was Chair. Mr. Gore states, “It is my honor to be part of PHC because of its singular focus and its effectiveness addressing one of our most important social issues.” 

June Hayakawa-Fung 
Faith Community Nurse-Plymouth Church Seattle, United Church of Christ 
June has been on staff at Plymouth Church since 2010, and became an ex-officio member of the PHC board later that year. June is part of the pastoral care team at Plymouth, supporting, advocating and offering resources to the church members as they move through illness, transition and loss. "I care about the work of PHC because it fills an important gap, serving a tremendous need for those with mental illness." 

Bil Kareta, MAPC, LMHC, SD  
Pastoral Psychotherapist  
Bil has worked for over 43 years in community mental health agencies, psychiatric hospitals, youth and family counseling centers, and the Crisis Clinic. He currently has a private practice in which he assists families and individuals with chronic mental health issues. He remains an adjunct instructor/lecturer and placement supervisor for the University of Washington, Seattle University and Washington State DSHS/Chemical Dependency Units.  A board member since 2001Bil appreciates that PHC combines positive, resident-centered housing and companionshipwhich are key elements in combating the isolation and desolation of homelessness. 

Francesca Martin, Ph.D. 
Chief Program OfficerCompass Housing Alliance 
Francesca brings 20 years of experience in both behavioral health and affordable housing programs and policy development to her current roleincluding experience as a community-based mental health clinician and as a manager of crisis/respite and residential treatment programs. Previously, she played a central role in Connecticut's financing and development of more than 4,000 units of permanent supportive housing as the foundation of the state's strategy to end homelessness. Francesca’s professional involvements are guided by longstanding interest in the organizational capacity of human service and affordable housing nonprofits, particularly given their role as ‘agents of equity’. This interest has led to her current and past participation on the boards of directors of several housing and human service organizations. She joined the PHC board in 2015. 

Dr. Pamela H. Mitchell - Vice President
Department of Nursing and Health Systems, University of Washington 
Pam is a professor of Nursing and Health Systems, as well as the Executive Associate Dean of Nursing. She is also an adjunct Professor of Health Services in the School of Public Health. She has been involved in the work of PHC since its inception through Plymouth Church, UCC. For the past 15 years she has led research teams to improve the health of people with chronic illness who also suffer depression, work which also intersects with the goals of Plymouth Healing Communities. 

Lee Murray, CPA 
Director of Finance and Administration, Historic Seattle 
Lee has spent many years holding leadership roles in the for-profit and non-profit sectors. Prior to her current position, she spent several years consulting to non-profits, served as Director of Finance and Deputy Director for Bellwether Housing, and as Assistant Controller and Assistant Vice President at SAFECO Properties, Inc. Lee is pleased to engage her expertise and experience with others who are passionate about creating and maintaining healthy communities for everyone. She holds bachelor’s degrees in psychology and accounting as well as a master’s degree in Nonprofit Leadership from Seattle UniversityLee has been a member of the PHC Board for six years, serving as president for four of those years. Lee is particularly taken with PHC’s unique mission – coupling companionship with housing. Providing community to persons who typically experience isolation creates stability and opportunity for healing and health, demonstrated by PHC residents living successfully in their housing for many, many years. 

Calvin (Kelly) Saulsbury 
Bio coming soon

Sue Selman 
Director of Property Management, Bellwether Housing 
Since 2009, Sue has been the Director of Property Management for Bellwether Housing, a Seattle-based nonprofit real estate development company that develops, owns and manages affordable apartments for low-income families, low-wage workers, and seniors. Sue oversees property management and maintenance, leasing and compliance, and resident services for Bellwether’s portfolio of 30 properties and 2000 apartments. Sue also has a coaching practice for individuals, leaders and teams. Prior to joining Bellwether, Sue was Executive Director of Lutheran Alliance To Create Housing (LATCH) for more than 13 years, and she holds an MSW and BA from the University of Washington. Sue is a Seattle native and has lived in the Phinney Ridge neighborhood for 30 years. 

Nancy Smith 
Nancy is a founding member of the PHC Board and has been an avid supporter of PHC and its mission since its inception. She is retired from a career as Executive Director of Housing Resources Group. In her role as ED she was responsible for leading the overall organization as well as for raising the financial resources to build, rehab and operate low income and affordable housing, mainly in the greater downtown area of Seattle. She has also served as Community Service staff for Plymouth Church, learning in that role the importance of companionship and the difference it can make in the lives of those living with mental illness. 

Catherine Walker - Secretary 
Bio coming soon

Nancy Smith addresses Hillary Evans and Catherine Walker at the annual PHC luncheon

Nancy Smith addresses Hillary Evans and Catherine Walker at the annual PHC luncheon