Bring Your Knowledge and Expertise to Our Board
General Board Member
Fundraising Committee Chair
We are looking for individuals who may be interested in serving on Clallam Mosaic’s Board of Directors.
Your talents, your experience can have a direct and lasting impact on the lives of individuals with special needs.
Please contact us to explore all of the possibilities you can help expand and enrich our community.
We look forward to hearing from you: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Board of Directors
I have a natural born passion
for Mosaic’s mission.
Bonne's involvement with the disability community began in her childhood. Her mom raised three children as a disabiled person with a full-time job.
Bonne became engaged with Clallam Mosaic when it was still known as SNAP, Special Needs Advocacy Parents. Between the years 2005 and 2019, she held many roles, and performed many duties. Her positions included: volunteer coordinator; DDDetials editor; instructor; program director; and interim executive director.
During this time, Bonnie was also employed by Peninsula College as a journalism program assistant (2000 - 2020), working with student journalists engaged in publishing the Peninsula College student newspaper "The Buccaneer."
Through her love of theater, Bonne co-founded the Children's Theater at Olympic Theatre Arts in 2014, staging summer plays, after school programs, and holiday break workshops. Complementing this work, Bonne founded Clallam Mosaic's own Snappy Players, a program allowing individuals with disabilities to create and perform in theatrical productions.
Bonne has three, two-year Associate of Arts degrees from community colleges in Washington. This allowed the young widow to care and raise her children.
Bonne lives in Port Angeles.
Randy is a strong believer in community
partnerships that build and strengthen ties,
Randy, a native of Colorado, has lived and traveled extensively both domestically and internationally, but still has a few destinations on his bucket list.
With a degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Randy’s career focused on municipal and public works. He also spent two years as a Peace Corps volunteer in Swaziland, Africa.
In 1997, Randy helped establish Habitat for Humanity of East Jefferson County, (they recently celebrated helping their 40th family obtain home ownership).
In 2010, Randy was honored with a Washington State award for Public Works Leadership.
Today, Randy continues his involvement with the nonprofit community as an advocate for the Olympic Peninsula Special Needs Housing organization and with his leadership role with Clallam Mosaic.
As a golfer, Randy enjoys partnering with his son in Special Olympics golf competitons.
Randy lives in Sequim with his wife, Laura, and their son.
Kelley believes that through community based cooperative efforts anything
Kelley has spent most of her life living and working with marginalized communities throughout Central America and the Caribbean.
Holding advanced degrees in Environmental Sciences and Anthropology, Kelley has worked in more than a dozen countries. After several years in cultural resource management, she shifted her focus from archaeological and environmental research to community empowerment program development.
These efforts have focused on the development, implementation and refinement of community based resource program initiatives.
Kelley lives in Sequim.
Sandy believes in helping others with whatever tools are available to her.
Sandy began her career as a cashier at the Handyman Home Center in California, quickly working her way up from cashier to purchasing agent, and eventually vault
In her subsequent thirty-three years, Sandy worked for Gilsonite, Inc. and upon acquisition, for Henry Company. While working for this roof coatings manufacturer,
Sandy served in numerous roles from bookkeeper/accountant, customer liaison/service, to technical data writer for liquid roofing products to Human Resources.
Sandy became involved with Clallam Mosaic to assist her brother Stacey Shipley with his developmental disabilities. “It seemed reasonable that I help in the process,
which I try to do whenever I find some area I can assist.”
Today Sandy not only is the Board Treasurer, she also brings her smile and energy to Clallam Mosaic's monthly dances.
Sandy has two children from her first marriage, and four children she “inherited” when she married Louie Voelz more than thirty-three years ago.
Sandy lives in Port Angeles.
Tiffany believes that when given opportunity and support, every individual has the capacity to make the world a better place.
Tiffany received her bachelors degree from Western Washington University and her Masters in Autism from Grand Canyon University.
Having fallen in love with Clallam Mosaic’s mission, and more importantly, with the participants while volunteering during the summer session, Tiffany joined the board in the fall of 2017.
One of her favorite things about volunteering was being able to work one on one with the participants.
Tiffany lives in Sequim with her husband, their daughter, and their black cat, Junebug. She is a Special Education teacher at Helen Haller Elementary.
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