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EPBoard_Rahel Abraham
Rahel Abraham
An executive leadership coach and consultant since 2012, Rahel specializes in transforming the strategic vision of high-performing leaders into sustainable and effective leadership, helping them achieve better business results and improve their lives. She previously worked at Microsoft.
EPBoard_Sue Baugh
Sue Baugh, Chairperson
An active member of the Bellevue community and currently president of Move Bellevue Forward, Sue is an experienced Commercial Real Estate Broker. She has been on the board of several organizations, including Bellevue Downtown Association, and KidsQuest Children’s Museum.
EPBoard_Alaric Bien
Alaric Bien
Currently, Senior Human Services Planner for the City of Redmond, Alaric was previously Executive Director of the Chinese Information and Service Center. He has served on many boards and community coalitions.
EPBoard_Andrew Boyd
Andrew Boyd, Treasurer
With 25+ years of experience in finance and business administration and entrepreneurialism, Andrew brings a blend of corporate and start-up expertise. A licensed CPA in the State of Washington (1991-2015), he has worked in several industries including healthcare, technology, and education.
EPBoard_Judy Buckmaster
Judy Buckmaster
With a passion for developing relationships with students, staff, and families, Judy has worked for the Bellevue School District for more than 30 years. She is currently serving as Executive Director of Student Services. Judy oversees numerous programs intended to remove barriers to success for students and works with counselors as well as graduation success coaches to help students successfully graduate.
EPBoard_Charles Catalano
Charles Catalano
Passionate about business and education, Charles has been leading innovative new business and project development in education, high-tech, and entertainment for 15+ years. He founded Everlearn Ventures LLC in 2016 to produce online learning programs in partnership with companies, foundations, and nonprofits promoting large-scale social change.
EPBoard_Patrick Foran
Patrick Foran
Currently, Director of Parks & Community Services for the City of Bellevue, Patrick’s public service career spans 40+ years. A major focus of his work in Bellevue has been establishing and supporting collaborative relationships among organizations involved in youth development and the well-being of families and neighborhoods.
EPBoard_Megan Kennedy
Megan Kennedy, Vice Chairperson
A clinically trained leader and passionate community advocate, Megan’s work spans youth development, recreation services, mental health counseling, violence prevention, and social justice education. She is currently working on implementing a comprehensive approach to suicide prevention at the University of Washington in her role as the Suicide Intervention Coordinator.
EPBoard_Rachel Lau
Rachel Lau
A senior at Lakeside High School, Rachel represents the youth voice on the Board. She is also an active member of Bellevue Youth Link (serving as Board Member), Bellevue Youth Court (serving as a judge, trainer, and advocate), and is the Vice President of Washington State Youth Court Association.
EPBoard_Alka Manchanda
Alka Manchanda, Secretary
A community leader engaged in and on the Board of many nonprofit organizations, Alka is currently Director of Operations at Computing Kids that provides after-school computing education to elementary and middle school children. She has served the local community in various capacities, including PTSA co-president at the Bellevue School District.
EPBoard_Roxanne Shepherd
Roxanne Shepherd
A 30+ years veteran fundraiser, Roxanne is currently with Performing Arts Center Eastside (PACE) to raise funds for Tateuchi Center, a multi-purpose cultural facility coming to Bellevue. She has also served the Bellevue Schools Foundation as Executive Director and is an active member of Bellevue Rotary.

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