Search for a new CEOAfter 32 years of service, Sue Sherbrooke is retiring as CEO of YWCA Seattle | King | Snohomish. Bridge Partners, a New York-based executive search firm, will be leading the search for a new CEO.
Response to homelessness builds on success of othersEverett Herald | February 3 Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson announced the city is working with YWCA to provide housing to chronically homeless individuals deemed to be most in need based on their frequent and costly use of public services.
2016 Executive Excellence Awards: Sue SherbrookeSeattle Business magazine | February 2016 YWCA’s CEO was honored at Seattle Business magazine’s fourth annual Executive Excellence Awards for her three decades of service and working to break down the barriers of race, gender, and class in her community.
2016 YWCA LuncheonsMarch 10 | April 26 | May 17The YWCA Inspire Luncheons offer you the chance to hear voices from your community, learn how YWCA programs empower individuals, and create positive change for all women and families.
Stand Against Racism: Restorative JusticeApril 29, 2016What would happen if we shifted our approach to justice from harming, to healing? What would be possible if our systems of justice were not retributive, but restorative? Join us to find out.
Mother’s Day BasketsMay 3, 2016Help create 800 gift baskets for moms in YWCA shelters! Donations for baskets include gifts (soap, lotion, candles, nail polish, makeup, chocolate, gift cards, etc.) and an unsigned card for the kids to give their mom. Drop-off your donation from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Tuesday, May 3 at YWCA’s East Cherry Branch. For more info, please email or call 206.375.1496.
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