Board of Directors

Our Woodinville Chamber is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of 15 members in our business community who are elected to a three-year term.

Our Board members will participate in policy decisions affecting the Chamber and the community and make decisions based on the best interests of the Chamber goals and Chamber members. The Board will support the mission and goals of the Chamber, lend expertise, resources, and influence to achieve the mission and accomplish the goals set by the Board. And, along with fellow Board members, they will help determine future goals based on member needs and Chamber challenges.

Please contact the Woodinville Chamber if you are interested in learning more about our Board of Directors or connecting with one of these community leaders.

We are honored to have the support of our 2017-2018 Board of Directors:

Robb Anderson

Robb Anderson

NW Trophy and Awards, Inc
Immediate Past Chair

Juli Bacon

Juli Bacon

JB Consulting Systems
Vice Chair

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Julie Kouhia

Molbak’s garden + home

Laurie Cook

Laurie Cook

Wheelhouse Marketing Group

Leigh Henderson

Leigh Henderson

Alexa’s Café & Catering

Carol Hook

Carol Hook

Photography by Carol Hook
Chair

Sandra Lee

Sandra Lee

Woodinville Wine Country
Secretary

Peggy Noll

Peggy Noll

Homeward Pet Adoption Center

Tom Quigley

Tom Quigley

Olympic Nursery, Inc.
Treasurer

Janene Varden

Janene Varden

Willows Lodge

Keith Wells

Keith Wells

Windermere Real Estate Woodinville/Woodinville Law

Trisha West 2014

Trisha West

EvergreenHealth

David Yusen

David Yusen

Heavy Restaurant Group

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Kelly Snyder

University of Washington, Bothell

eileen

Eileen Votteler

Ste. Michelle Wine Estates

Events

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Ready, Set, VOTE!

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