Executive Committee

Jackie Turner
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Liz Pachaud
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Tyrone Grandison
Erika Chen

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Jessica Bhuiyan
Executive Director,
World Without Hate

With over sixteen years of experience in the non-profit sector, Jessica Bhuiyan is an incredibly passionate leader within the social justice and human rights advocacy movements. As an executive, coach, consultant, and change agent, Bhuiyan utilizes her expertise and experiences to make a difference for others.

Erika Chen
Event & Volunteer Manager, 
Rainier Scholars

Erika Chen is a social justice advocate whose work in human rights started in high school, while leading SUCA (Students United for Cultural Awareness) and SEED (Seeking Equity, Education, and Diversity).

Rebekah Covington

Safe Jobs Outreach Coordinator,

Businesses Ending Slavery and Trafficking

Rebekah is a community organizer and speaker working with NGO’s in the surrounding Seattle area to end human trafficking and exploitation. Her internship with the King County CSEC Task Force has given me an education most valuable to the work I wish to pursue. 

Tyrone Grandison
Founder,
The Data-Driven Institute

Tyrone has a diverse background at the interaction of technology, data, and social good. He is a senior executive, a technologist, a researcher, an entrepreneur, a futurist, a data scientist, a keynote speaker, a coach, and a software engineer. 

Robel Mulugeta
Rotational Associate,
Zillow Group

Robel works as a Rotational Associate at Zillow Group. He previously worked for the Emerson Collective doing community economic development work; assisted in inequality research; and interned for social impact startups and nonprofits around issues of affordable housing, urban sustainability, and inclusive voting. 

Liz Pachaud

North American Operations Manager,

Shared Source

Sales and operations for small to medium size businesses and nonprofits. Focus on food andbeverage, hospitality and social justice. 

Brian Egger
Senior Advisor,
US Government Accountability Office

Originally from Beaverton, OR, Brian Egger received his bachelor of arts in politics from Willamette University, Salem, OR in May 2007 and masters of public administration from American University, Washington, DC in July 2009. While pursuing his bachelor of arts, Brian served as a committee and legislative assistant in the Oregon Legislative Assembly. 

Claire Guilmette
Social Sector Data Consultant,

Claire Guilmette Consulting

Claire is a data-driven management professional focused on solving problems for social sector organizations. Her values of deliberate thought and action, empathy, and social justice guide her career and life. 

Aaron Oravillo
Program Associate,
Nia Tero Foundation

Aaron Oravillo is currently splitting his time between work and studying issues related to social justice, equity, and inclusion at school. Aaron cares about the rights of the homeless, and he is conscious of the need for indigenous sovereignty. 

Jackie Turner

Manager of Community & Culture,

Zillow

A child of Caribbean immigrants, Jackie has championed the advancement of underrepresented populations throughout her career. She previously served as a mentor at Year Up. 

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