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PFLAG Skagit Board of Directors

PRESIDENT/SPEAKERS BUREAU CHAIR
LINDEN JORDAN
he/him

VICE PRESIDENT
NANCY HOFFMAN
she/her/elle

SECRETARY
JAMES HANNAH
they/them

TREASURER
RACHEL REIM-LEDBETTER
she/her

MEMBERSHIP CHAIR
TAMMY REIM-LEDBETTER
she/her or they/them

NEWSLETTER
MARYROSE DENTON
she/her

FUNDRAISING CHAIR
CINDY LU MYATT
she/her or they/them

BOARD MEMBER
JOHN LINDSAY
he/him

BOARD MEMBER
CHRISTOPHER SADLER
he/him

ADVISORY BOARD

Kathy Reim (she/her)
Robert Reim (he/him)
Anthony Young (he/him)
Germaine Kornegay (she/her)
Rochelle Hill (she/her)
Kathryn Lindsay (she/her)
Sally Pfeifer (she/her)
Josh Norton (he/him)
Jack Shields (he/him)

The Board meets the second Monday evening of every month at 6:30 pm.  If you would like to serve on either of the boards, let us know at info@pflagskagit.org.  We would welcome your support.  Board meetings are open to the public via Zoom.  Let us know at our email address if you would like to be included in the board meeting invitation.

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