Mentor Program

 


The MNPL Mentor Program offers students opportunities to expand their networks, and develop mentoring relationships with nonprofit professionals.

Students are linked with nonprofit leaders in the Puget Sound region for the duration of their studies. Students meet regularly with their mentors to talk about their professional goals and aspirations. Mentors often share their experiences and insights, make introductions, and help mentees identify career opportunities in the sector.

We are grateful to our mentors:

Sarah Anderson, Campbell & Company

Janelle Blakely, National Parks Conservation Association

Jessica Christianson, Girls Rock Math

Alicia Crank, YWCA Seattle|King|Snohomish

Shannon Halberstadt, Artist Trust

Laura Haroldson, Virginia Mason Medical Center

Kat Holmes, Washington Environmental Council

Michelle Johnson, Legal Voice

Sindhu Knotz, Philanthropy Northwest

Gina Lopardo, Seattle University

Alfonso Montero, Altruist Partners

Angela Powell, Imago LLC

Dawn Reins, Treehouse

Cheryl Sesnon, Jubilee Women's Center

Melissa Stuart, Youth Eastside Services

Richard Woo, The Russell Family Foundation

 

Contact Us

Maureen Emerson Feit, PhD
Director of the Nonprofit Leadership Program
JEFF 401
206.296.5457
feitm@seattleu.edu

Angela Cabatbat
Graduate Program Coordinator
JEFF 401
206.296.5493
cabatba1@seattleu.edu

Sarah Curtis-Tilton
Senior Administrative Assistant
206.296.5491
curtists@seattleu.edu

Graduate Admissions
206.220.8010
grad-admissions@seattleu.edu

The MNPL Program is physically located in
Jefferson Building 401
4th Floor
E Jefferson St & 14th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122
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