Mr. Hill is Lead Faculty at Bainbridge Graduate Institute; Former Director of Retirement Systems and Health Care Authority; former Senior VP of Human Resources,Weyerhaeuser. Community Colleges, and Seattle Foundation. Former Board Member: Washington State Investment Board, WSU Board of Regents, and Consumers Union. He holds a BS in Forestry Management from University of California at Berkeley; and an MBA from University of California at Los Angeles.
Bob has extensive experience in business development and management. He served as a Weyerhaeuser Co. Wood Products Vice President in business and sales and marketing management positions. After retiring he served as President of Oparts Housing Soft, Inc., establishing a Japanese- owned business for the export of building materials to Japan. He served as Vice President of Business Development for World Wide Wood Network, Ltd., a software company linking wood products companies with their customers.
Mr. Moore has a long history with Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King County, serving as Board of Directors
President and on many committees. He also serves on the Advisory Council of the Bing Overseas Studies Program at Stanford University. Mr. Moore holds an AB, Political Science, Stanford University and an
MBA, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University. Bob and his wife, Margaret, reside in Bellevue.
Mr. Lee has more than 35 years of local development and construction experience, providing advisory services to the commercial and multi-family residential markets. His group provides development, design and construction management services for Owners, Developers, Architects, Engineers and Contractors throughout the region.
Scott has been on the Habitat board since 2014, and together with his wife Carrie, have been active in local giving for a number of years. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management from Oregon State University. The Lee’s reside in Seattle, and have two grown children.
Ed Thomas is Managing Partner for the Deloitte Seattle office and serves as Lead Client Service Partner for a number of large corporations and enterprises. He also leads Deloitte’s Strategic Client Program in Seattle. In addition, Thomas is Dean of Deloitte’s senior leadership program, “the Art of the Story.” As part of his 30 years of professional leadership and experience, Thomas has served as a corporate lawyer, a partner in Deloitte’s Merger & Acquisitions Service group, Chief of Staff to Deloitte’s Managing Partner and subsequent Global CEO and a regional Tax Managing Partner. In the community, Thomas has been Chair at IslandWood, served as Treasurer for Pacific Science Center and Woodland Park Zoo. In addition to Plymouth Housing Group, he is also on the boards of the Seattle Foundation and the Western Washington University Foundation.
Mr. Cullen is the founder and CEO of Jet City Partners; a private equity firm with a focus on lower middle marketmanufacturing companies. Erik has been a volunteer and a staff member with various Habitat for Humanity affiliates as well as with Habitat for Humanity International. Erik is married, has a 3-year-old son and lives in the Magnolia neighborhood in Seattle.
Mr. van Amen has served HomeStreetBank since 2003 when he joined the Bank as its Treasurer. Mr. van Amen has also served as the Quantitative Analytics Manager for the Royal Bank of Canada and Vice President and Balance Sheet Manager at Old Kent Financial in Michigan. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Weber State University and a master’s degree in Economics from Claremont Graduate University.
Rob is a senior financial executive with 28 years of experience in community bank executive management, commercial banking, and accounting with several community banks. He has achieved his Master of Business Administration, Focus in Accounting/Finance at University of Oregon. He also obtained a BA in Economics; Mathematics Minor Washington State University. Rob has been involved in his community through Habitat SKC as well as Chair of Jubilee Services and Agros International, First Avenue Service Center, and First Presbyterian Church of Bellevue. Rob enjoys skiing, biking, hiking and anything in the outdoors as well as playing with his two children ages 23 and 23.
Tim has spent the last two decades immersed in the health care industry. From his start as a senior underwriter and account executive, to the front lines as the vice president of sales, up through his current role as president of Regence BlueShield in Washington, Tim’s desire is to create more affordable and accountable health care solutions for Washingtonians.
As the Washington market president, Tim is responsible for directing and guiding the overall performance of Regence, including sales, provider contracting, government affairs, and community relations. He takes an inside-out approach to working with employers that starts with understanding their unique needs and then creating solutions that help drive growth and support company culture.
Tim has actively served in his community with a focus on improving health care for Washingtonians and serves on the board of the Washington Health Alliance.
Tim earned his bachelor’s degree in Mathematics with a minor in Business from Ohio University.
Jolene is the Director of Credit Risk Governance at the Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines. She has a background in financial institution risk management, serving as a bank examiner for the State of Washington prior to joining the Federal Home Loan Bank of Seattle in 2011 (now Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines), where she has held positions in customer, counterparty, and mortgage credit risk management. Jolene graduated from the University of Washington with bachelor’s degrees in Economics and Political Science, and earned her MBA from Seattle University.
Bill was raised in the NW and is currently the general manager for a large family owned Highway Construction Company that has built small and large projects throughout the US since 1984. For the last several years he has been involved in and developed housing and industrial redevelopment projects for local families and companies. He has been married to his wife Roni for over 25 years and together they have supported several charities and foundations locally and nationally. Bill and Roni have a 23 year old daughter that graduated from Montana State University, they enjoy working their farm in Eastern Washington, boating and traveling throughout the US and abroad. Bill is currently a Trustee for the Operators JATC, a Co-Chairman of the AGC Road Committee as well as very active with Seattle Yacht Club on their building, and dock repair projects.
Ms. Davis has been with Farmers New World Life Insurance Company since 1992, where she has served in a variety of roles in actuarial, finance, marketing and operations. In her current role, she is responsible for the enterprise risk management program of Farmers New World Life as well as the risk management program for affiliate Zurich. Ms. Davis is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and holds a B.S. from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She also earned her MBA degree from the University of Washington.
I began my working career as a carpenter, working part-time to pay for college. After graduate school and law school I practiced law in Colorado and taught briefly at Rutgers University before moving to Seattle. Upon arrival, I took a position with the UW that led to a position with Paul Allen at Vulcan Northwest and later to Microsoft. I had long donated to support microfinance in developing countries and found a volunteer opportunity with former colleagues working on software for microfinance institutions. Over time that experience led to consulting opportunities with USAID, the Gates Foundation, and ultimately the U.S. Treasury, on whose behalf I now work as a technical advisor to central banks and financial regulators in Africa and Latin America.
My first exposure to Habitat was 25 years ago. I have served on ad hoc committees on occasion in the past, but a productive day in the field with future homeowners and some of my best friends is still the thing I look forward to the most.
Lorraine Stewart joined the credit union movement at BECU as the VP of Mortgage Lending in January 2014 after spending the majority of her career with large banks and independent mortgage companies. She is a 32 year veteran of the mortgage industry, holding leadership positions in production support, fulfillment operations, and strategic analysis and business development. She is currently Co-Chair of the MBA’s Credit Union Network group, serves on the board of CU Servnet, holds a seat on CUNA’s Housing Subcommittee, and serves on a number of industry advisory councils. She holds a B.S., Business Administration/Human Resources Management from California State University, Sacramento. Lorraine is a cycling enthusiast and volunteers as a Ride Leader with the Cascade Bicycle Club, the nation’s largest statewide bicycle nonprofit.