Volunteers

Volunteers

We are grateful to the following individuals who have donated their time and talent to us – we couldn’t do it without them! If you are interested in volunteering with Facing the Future, please check-out our available volunteer positions.

2013 Volunteers
  • Nikki Eller, Data Entry Volunteer
  • Hugh Geenen, Data Entry Volunteer | Energy Technology Professional
  • Jonathan Reiter, Data Entry Volunteer | North Seattle Community College, Accounting
  • Brendan Somerville, Data Entry Volunteer | Western Washington University, Business Administration
  • Denny Youngren, Data Entry Volunteer | Western Washington University, Political Science

2012 Volunteers
  • Wren Brennan, Program Volunteer | Student, Macalester College, Anthropology
  • Elene Dorfmeier, Data Entry Volunteer | University of Washington, Aquatic and Fishery Sciences
  • Jill Fallman, Photo Volunteer
  • Marc Manzo, Fund Development Volunteer
  • Simon Read, Data Entry Volunteer | University of Western Washington, Economics
  • Caitlin Tormey, Data Entry Volunteer | University of Washington, Library Information Science
  • Brendan Somerville, Data Entry Volunteer | Western Washington University, Business Administration

2011 Volunteers
  • Katie Benson, Outreach Volunteer | Graduate student, Evergreen State College, MPA
  • Robin Brown, Photo Assistant | Student, American University, Cultural Public Anthropology
  • Jill Fallman, MASI Student Video Contest Support
  • Shelley Goulder, Data Entry Volunteer
  • Anita Hong, Data Entry Volunteer
  • Joceyln Macdonald, Curriculum Development Support
  • Smitha Mallya, Data Entry Volunteer
  • Dan Schulte, Outreach Volunteer
  • Anika Sinha, Data Entry Volunteer
  • Jordan Stalker, Curriculum Development Support
  • Kyla Workman, Data Entry Volunteer

2010 Volunteers
  • Katie Benson, Graduate student, Evergreen State College, MPA
  • Brandon Cohen, President, Donate Your Processing
  • Carolyn Hubbard, Teacher, Madrona K-8
  • Shawn Lackman, Graduate Student, University of Washington, Evans School of Public Affairs
  • Aurora Porter, Thomas C. Wales Foundation Fellow, MEd, Stanford University
  • Allison Sherris, Student, Pomona College, Ecology and Conservation

2009 Volunteers
  • Erin Blake, Thomas C. Wales Foundation Fellow
  • Katie Boehnlein, Student, Seattle University, Environmental Studies and English
  • Kelly Rula, BA, Bowdoin

2007-2008 Volunteers
  • Denise Ames, PhD, Center for Global Awareness
  • Charlotte Austin, Student, University of Saint Andrews, Sustainable Development and English
  • Raphael Bernier, Assistant Professor, University of Washington
  • Stephanie Billings, Graduate Student, Antioch University, Environment and Community
  • Ashley Carlson, Student, University of Washington, Geography
  • Jill Clapp-Hansen
  • Jenny Cooper, Student, University of California, Berkeley, Geography
  • Ben Dunlap, MLK Vista Volunteer, Fremont Public Association and Dearborn Park Elementary School
  • Blair Edwards, Student, Garfield High School
  • Laura Felice, Thomas C. Wales Foundation Fellow
  • Laura Gee, Graduate Student, University of Washington, Evans School of Public Affairs
  • Rebecca A. Haberkorn
  • Gene Homicki, President, Objective Consulting, Inc.
  • Laura Katirayi, Graduate Student, George Mason University, Conflict Analysis and Resolution
  • Allan Kempson, Information Architect, Ascentium 
  • Ariana Khatir, Student, Ingraham High School
  • Jaimee Marsh, Student, University of Washington, Geography and Public Health
  • Justin Potts
  • Jeff Rakow, MBA, Morgan Partners
  • Victoria Stephanova, Student, University of Washington, International Studies
  • Svetlana Valieva
  • Gilda Wheeler, Environmental and Sustainability Education Coordinator, Washington State OSPI
  • Rebecca Wolfe, PhD, Educational Leadership, Western Washington University, Woodring School of Education
  • Sue Yim Yi, Student, University of Washington, Sociology
 
About Us

We equip and motivate students to develop critical thinking skills, build global awareness, and engage in positive solutions for a sustainable future through hands-on curricula and professional learning.

Facing the Future is a
self-sustaining program of WWU
.