Penny began her career at Weyerhaeuser Company in marketing, communications and business development where she worked throughout the region until transitioning to healthcare philanthropy in
1993. She has specialized in healthcare philanthropy for over twenty years holding executive positions at major health systems and institutions in Washington, Colorado, Virginia and Arizona.
Penny earned her bachelor’s degree from Portland State University and master’s degree from Washington State University. She holds the Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) designation and has earned advanced certification as a Fellow in the Association of Healthcare Philanthropy (FAHP).
She and her husband live in Gearhart, Ore.
Lori grew up in Southern California and moved to the Pacific Northwest with her husband in the fall of 2015. She earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology from California State University, Los Angeles, and is currently pursuing a master’s in management and leadership.
In her spare time, she enjoys painting, hiking, backpacking, drawing, watching a basketball or hockey game, or listening to her awesome collection of vinyl records. She and her husband live in Manzanita, Ore., with their dog and cat.
Nicole moved back to Astoria in the summer of 2017 after earning two bachelor’s degrees from the University of Oregon in journalism and communications, history, and political science.
In her spare time Nicole enjoys working on creative projects, reading, traveling, hiking, practicing yoga, and drinking Taiwanese tea.