CLF Fellows Program
The CLF Fellows program is a cadre of senior executives who are affiliated with the Center for mutual benefit for a period of two years. They convene annually as a group for conversation and cross fertilization of ideas and have a hand in developing the next generation of local leaders. Their partnership with the CLF includes writing a 3-part series for the CLF publication, InSights, and serving as a guest speaker at CLF programs. Fellows are nominated by CLF staff, faculty, and approved by the Board.
Phyllis J. Campbell
Phyllis Campbell is the Chairman of the Pacific Northwest for JP Morgan Chase. She serves on JPMorgan Chase’s Executive Committee and is the firm’s senior executive in Washington, Oregon and Idaho across businesses. Previously she was the President/CEO of The Seattle Foundation. Prior to that she served as President & CEO of US Bank of Washington. Phyllis holds an MBA from the University of Washington's Executive MBA Program, BA in Business Administration from Washington State University, and is a graduate of the Pacific Coast Banking School at the University of Washington, as well as Stanford University’s Executive Management Program. Campbell also holds honorary doctorates from Whitworth College and Gonzaga University.
Martin Coles joined HaloSource® as President and CEO in 2011 after a 30+ year career spanning senior executive positions in a number of globally recognized Fortune 500 companies – including Starbucks, Reebok, Nike, Levi Strauss, Pepsi, and Proctor and Gamble. Martin holds a BSc in Bochemistry from the University of Wales in Swansea, UK. He brings a wealth of experience both as an entrepreneur and as a leader of multinational corporations.
Allan C. Golston
Allan C. Golston is the president of the United States Program at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. He leads the foundation’s efforts to reduce inequities and increase access to opportunities for low-income and disadvantaged Americans. He oversees the U.S. Program’s major areas of grantmaking including Education, U.S. Libraries, Pacific Northwest, Special Initiatives, and Advocacy. Golston joined the foundation in 1999 and recently served as chief financial and administrative officer. He holds a master’s degree in business administration from Seattle University and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Colorado.
Rodney F. Hochman
Rodney F. Hochman, M.D., is president and chief executive officer of Swedish Medical Center. He assumed this role April 2, 2007. In his role, Dr. Hochman is tasked with leading Swedish on multiple fronts. These long-term priorities include implementing a state-of-the-art clinical information system, spearheading the organization’s long-term strategic planning process, solidifying Swedish’s leadership role in clinical and service quality, continuing to develop and enhance key service lines, as well as helping strengthen Swedish’s culture of philanthropy and leading a major fundraising campaign.
Susan Scott is the founder of Fierce, Inc., a global training company whose clients include Yahoo, Starbucks, Cisco, BP, General Dynamics, New York Life, Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts, C.A.R.E., Coca-Cola, Ernst & Young. For 13 years, Susan ran think tanks for CEOs and designed and delivered training to peers working with CEOs in 18 countries. In 2002, Fierce Conversations—Achieving Success at Work and in Life, One Conversation at a Time, was published in four countries and, shortly thereafter, was listed on The Wall Street Journal and UPI best seller lists, and was one of USA TODAY'S top 40 business books of 2002.
Jim Sinegal is the CEO and a director of Costco Wholesale. Jim and his business partner Jeff Brotman co-founded Costco Wholesale in 1983.Prior to co-founding Costco, Jim spent almost 30 years in the retail business beginning at 18 years old while a college student. He worked for 25 years for a discount merchandising company, Fed Mart Corporation, and it's successor company, The Price Club, and served as Executive Vice President of those companies.