Chris Leverson, Director of Lake City Future First, promotes collaboration among various civic groups active in the area. He brings us up to speed on the on the growing community, and community spirit, in Lake City.
I started my financial career in banking in 1990 and I have worked for several banks and other financial companies in for the last 27 years. In 2014, I found my home in Edward Jones and love what I do. In February 2017, I was recognized by Seattle Magazine in their Five Star Wealth Manager section. In June 2017, recently won the firm's exclusive Spirit of Partnership Award for outstanding performance during 2017. I was one of only 1,119 financial advisors out of the firm's more than 15,000 to receive the award.
I personally love working with everyone in whatever life stage they are in. Is money controlling you or are you controlling your money? Working with a financial advisor, can also help you define your goals and help you reach them. What's important to you matters and it matters to me!
Tiffany L. Gough | Financial Advisor | Edward Jones
11321 Pinehurst Way NE, Seattle, WA 98125
Office: (206) 363-2518 Fax: 1-888-494-6287
From nutrition-based theatre performances to all-ages arts workshops in Lake City, Silver Kite Community Arts inspires innovative arts experiences that connect participants to themselves and each other. Jennifer Kulik believes that the Arts can directly impact community and social change.
How?... Why?... COME TO OUR MEETING TO FIND OUT!
Claire has been the executive director of the Wallingford Community Senior Center since last October. Previously, she was the director of Eastside Friends of Seniors, and has worked her entire career in and around nonprofit organizations, in management, and finance of nonprofit capital facilities and low-income housing. When she’s not at the senior center, she’s on her bike, volunteering with Cascade Bicycle Club, or hiking in the mountains.
It’s from Claire’s experience working with seniors that she became passionate about the issue of elder abuse. Too often, older adults are forgotten and alone, and hurt or taken advantage of. She believes that by growing awareness of elder abuse, we can begin combatting this problem; we can show that we care about people of all ages, and not just youth and children, who are able to command the greatest philanthropic resources.
Joining Claire is Katrina Durkin (http://www.bhdlaw.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Katrina_-e1430348862415.jpg). Katrina serves as Vice President of the Wallingford Community Senior Center, and her day job is being an attorney with the Brothers Henderson Dussault, Ms. Durkin’s practice focuses on elder law, guardianship, estate and trust planning, trust administration, trust and estate dispute resolution and vulnerable adult proceedings, including contested proceedings. Ms. Durkin is a member of the Washington State Bar Association’s Elder Law, Real Property, Probate and Trust, and Tax Law Sections. Additionally, she is a member of the King County Bar Association’s Guardianship and Elder law and Real Property, Probate & Trust Law Sections. Katrina enjoys spending her time with her husband, Brian, and her dog Captain. They spend their weekends skiing in the winter and boating in the San Juan Islands during the summer