Phone: 206-774-2277 Email: email@example.com
Lisa has been Executive Director of the Society since 2006, after completing the Certificate in Museum Studies from the University of Washington. Lisa, originally from New York, has lived in many cities including Philadelphia, Boston, Chicago and Louisville. She has been in the Seattle area since 1995 and is a lover of all things historic but also believes that we make history every single day. Lisa would love to bring a Jewish Heritage Center or Museum to our community.
Lisa is a CPA with a Masters in Taxation. She has a Bachelors of Science of Economics Degree in Accounting from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. Previously, Lisa worked as a tax manager in both public accounting and corporations, and held board positions with nonprofit corporations. Lisa also holds a Museum Studies Certificate from the University of Washington and was chosen as the 2007 Speaker for Commencement.
Lisa serves as a Board Member on the Association of King County Historical Organizations, is a past recipient of the Gus Norwood Volunteer Scholarship from the Washington Museum Association, a winner of a Fellowship from the Council of American Jewish Museum Association and was awarded a grant by the American Association of State and Local History for Project Management at the Washington State History Museum.
Lori Weinberg Ceyhun
Phone: 206-774-2250 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lori has been with the Society since 2007, and will be your first greeting when you contact the office. Along with acting as a liaison to the public, Lori assists with fundraising activities and grant research, coordinates membership campaigns, and is instrumental in the planning of special events. She also administers correspondence with individual donors, maintains donor databases, and provides financial reports on Society activities.
Phone: 206-543-1895 Email: email@example.com
University of Washington and Special Collections Hours
Wendi Lyons, the Society's Archivist, grew up in the wheat fields of Pendleton, Oregon, graduated with a degree in English Literature from Seattle Pacific University followed by a Master's degree in Information and Library Science from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Wendi most recently has worked as a Project Archivist and Adjunct Instructor for University of Alaska Fairbanks. She loved bringing access to the stories in Alaskan history. She has had the opportunity to live in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East, but is happy to land back here in the Pacific Northwest closer to her family.