Marilyn and her husband ‘fell in love’ with Gig Harbor 20 years ago during a trip to see their daughter in Seattle. After many years, they decided to move to here in January of 2020.
Marilyn has held leadership and executive positions in both telecommunications and health care over a 40-year career. After retiring, she dedicated time volunteering for non-profit organizations that support social needs in the community, such as local food banks, health care advocacy groups, and St. Vincent de Paul. She has a passion for helping others, especially young adults, and is excited to work with Harbor Hope Center starting with the Host Home Program.
Marilyn is a team-oriented professional proficient in coaching, developing and motivating others, and also has expertise in developing operational process improvements and efficiencies.
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It is our vision to break the cycle of homelessness among Washington’s youth. Your contribution to Harbor Hope Center of Washington provides a hand up, not a handout, to at risk students and those experiencing homelessness.