Northwest Kidney Centers welcomes four new community members to its Foundation Board, which focuses on raising community support for patient programs and services not covered by Medicare.
As a DEI professional with Amazon, Gary Cooper is passionate about solving complex and/or endemic problems and creating organizational mechanisms and systems that allow employees to thrive and not merely survive. His career has included stops in digital marketing, strategic partnerships, and community engagement across sports, sports media and technology.
Jasen Lawrence is President and owner of City Wide Facility Solutions, which provides building maintenance solutions for commercial properties in the Puget Sound area including for several healthcare providers. The University of Oregon alum is a long-time supporter of Northwest Kidney Centers.
John Mosby is currently President of Highline College and the first person of color to hold the position. A staunch advocate for student and community success, he is committed to advancing and supporting anti-racist policies and practices across Washington’s Community and Technical Colleges. He holds a Doctorate in philosophy in Leadership/Higher Education Administration from the University of San Diego.
Former State Representative Eric Pettigrew has consistently promoted economic and educational opportunities for all during his work in government, the private sector, the nonprofit sector and the community. Currently he is Vice President of Government Relations & Outreach for the Seattle Kraken. A past president of the Rainier Valley Chamber of Commerce, he has served on the boards of the Rainier Vista Boys and Girls Club and ACT Theatre.