Heather is excited to be a part of the College Possible Washington team. She loves the organization’s mission and wanted to join a team that could have a profound impact on someone’s future. After finishing her master’s degree in teaching English as a second language, she taught English in Seoul, South Korea. Upon her return to the United States, she found AmeriCorps and had an amazing year working with first-generation and historically disinvested college students in the TRiO program and Lewis Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho. It was an unforgettable opportunity and further solidified her commitment to education. Heather moved to the Seattle area immediately after completing her year in AmeriCorps, where she has worked primarily in independent schools throughout Seattle and King County in admission, administration, and development. She is excited to bring her experience working in development, along with her passion for education, to College Possible and looks forward to working with the College Possible Washington team!
Outside of work, Heather spends her time with her husband, Jason, their son, Reed, and their dogs, Buddy and Boomer. They like to explore the area, introduce Reed to new activities, and spend time in their own backyard.