Chuck Nordhoff is a Seattle-area native. He has a bachelor’s degree in economics and a master’s degree in business administration. Chuck’s professional experience includes time with a multi-national agribusiness company as well as service in the federal government. Chuck and his wife, Maribeth O’Connor, have six children who are spread across the country.
Chuck and his family have a long history of involvement in the non-profit sector as funders, board members, and volunteers. He is a graduate of Seattle’s Leadership Tomorrow program. In addition to serving on the College Possible Washington advisory board, Chuck is a trustee of Wellspring Family Services, and serves on the investment committees of Holy Names Academy, the Washington Trails Association, Bertschi School, and the Museum of History & Industry. He is also involved with Seattle Shakespeare Company and United Way of King County.
Chuck believes fervently in the power of education to create opportunity and economic self-sufficiency. He is pleased to be part of College Possible Washington’s program to make higher education available to all.