Alumni Board of Governors

The new Alumni Board of Governors stands for a picture.

The Seattle University Alumni Board of Governors (ABOG) seeks to serve the needs of all 81,000 members of the Seattle University Alumni Association and to cultivate alumni engagement through volunteerism, philanthropy, event attendance, and advocacy. 

The board advises the Seattle University Office of Alumni Engagement, Board of Trustees and officers of the University on matters of interest and concern to the alumni community. 

 

Alumni Board of Governors Executive Committee 

Karen Lynn Maher, '00
President
Writing Coach & Publishing Strategist, Legacy One Authors

Anne-Marie LaPorte, ‘96
Vice President
Associate Faculty, Everett Community College

Megan Cycyota, ‘07
Executive Member
Senior Product Manager, Amazon

D.J. Weidner, ‘07
Executive Member
Director of Strategy, AMP Agency

Ann Yoo, ‘98
Former President
Vice President, Bank of the West

 

Alumni Board of Governors Members

Adam Brenneman, ‘17
Partner, Kinzer Partners

Shasti Conrad, ‘08
US Campaign Manager and Regional Planning Advisor-Latin America, Kailash Satyarthi Children’s Foundation

Jim Dykeman, ‘61
President, DYMARCO

Rolita Ezeonu, ‘06
Vice President of Instruction, Green River College

Thomas Garrett, ‘13
Sr. Associate Director, Strategic Research, Verus

Tony Goodwillie, ‘04
Senior Procurement Manager, Boeing Company

Mary Gorjance, ‘80
Retired U.S. Foreign Service Officer, U.S. Department of State

Nicole Hardie, ’98 
Flight Nurse, Airlift Northwest
Healthcare Consultant, Hardie Consulting

Matt Iseri, ‘05
President, TokuSaku Consulting

Megan Lemieux Bell, ‘95
Principal, Curate LLC

Richard Moore, ‘09
Client Partner VP, Medecision

Jarrett Payne, ‘05
Senior Manager, The Boeing Company

Kuba Poraj-Kuczewski, ’01
Founder, First Trade Ventures

Marilyn Richards, ‘79
Owner & Principal, Richards Consulting Group

John Ruffo, ‘65, ‘71
Kennedy High School (Retired)

Mikel Sagoian, ‘07, ‘12
Attorney, Valor Legal Group

Mike Stewart, ‘75
President, Stewart Aviation Consulting Group

John Vincent, ‘09