Chuck is battalion chief with the Key Peninsula Fire Department and a 30-year veteran firefighter and EMS provider. In addition to serving as president of the Key Free Clinic board of directors, he chairs the Land Use Advisory Commission for Key Peninsula, serves on the Pierce County Flood Control Advisory Board and serves on the boards for KeyFest, the Key Peninsula Community Council and Peninsula Schools Education Foundation.
Jessica is a family physician at Harrison/Franciscan Urgent Care in Bremerton. She graduated from Oberlin College, Davila School of Natural Medicine (Spain) and the University of Washington School of Medicine. She completed the Miami Valley Hospital family medicine residency in 2009 and is board certified. While in college she worked at the Lorain County Free Clinic and completed a 2-year Shouse Nonprofit Leadership fellowship and in residency worked at the free clinic in Dayton, Ohio. She lives in Gig Harbor with her husband and three children.
Mary Pat is Social Work Supervisor with CHI Franciscan Health System. She's worked as a Social Worker for 30 years following graduation from the University of Toronto. She lives in Gig Harbor with her husband and two daughters. She has served on the Gig Harbor Key Peninsula Youth Suicide Prevention Coalition since it's inception.
Stephanie is the Executive Director for MultiCare Health Foundation, one of five foundations in the MultiCare Health System—the largest community-based, locally governed health system in the state of Washington. She has more than 30 years in not-for-profit management and fundraising, including 15 years in direct support of healthcare. She lives in Bremerton with her daughter Claire.
John is senior executive advisor at MultiCare Health System after retiring in 2011 as president of MultiCare Good Samaritan Hospital. He previously served as CEO of St. Joseph Medical Center in Tacoma and vice president of external development for Franciscan Health System. He also served for eight years in executive leadership for Group Health Cooperative in Tacoma and Seattle. John earned a Masters in Hospital Administration from Columbia University School of Public Health and a Bachelor of Science in pharmacy from Drake University College of Pharmacy. John serves on the board of Annie Wright Schools in Tacoma and is an elder at Chapel Hill Presbyterian Church.
Jud has worked in social work services for more than 45 years, including the Children’s Home Society of Washington since 2001 and Key Peninsula Family Resource Center since 2006 where he serves as program manager. He holds a Master’s in Social Work from the University of Michigan.
Jason is vice president, communications, for the Association of Washington Business in Olympia. He previously worked as a reporter at newspapers papers throughout Oregon and Washington, including The News Tribune in Tacoma. He is a graduate of Portland State University and lives in Gig Harbor with his wife and two children.
Gina is director of the Key Peninsula Family Resource Center of the Children’s Home Society of Washington where she supervises a number of programs including Little Buddies, Little Toasters, Emergency Funds, Home Visiting Success in School, Indoor Park, Holiday Helper and Community Training and Education. She is a Washington native, having resided on both sides of the state. She previously served as a Child Protective Services investigator in Thurston County and Child and Family Welfare Services intern in Kitsap County. Gina has a Masters in Social Work from the University of Washington and resides in Gig Harbor.