2021-2022 Board of Trustees

A board elected by the Active Membership directs PCC. The board is comprised of up to 13 trustees. Trustees are elected for three-year terms, and the board has the authority to appoint individuals to fill vacancies on the board. Elected trustees may serve up to a maximum of three consecutive three-year terms. For more information please see Section 3.4 of PCC’s Bylaws.

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meet the board

Cindy Bolton

Cindy Bolton

Elected to the Board in 2019. Current term expires in 2022.
Committees: Audit and Finance.

Chief Financial Officer of the Seattle Art Museum. 20+ years in strategy, finance and operations across multiple industries in both for-profit and nonprofit sectors. Currently serves on the Board of KEXP. Proud parent and arts and music enthusiast.

Paul Davis

Paul Davis

Elected to the Board in 2020. Current term expires 2023.
Committees: Management Development and Compensation.

Retired CEO, having served the last 25 years as CEO or President at Popchips, Coinstar, Starbucks and other purpose-driven global consumer packaged goods companies. Has served as board member for seven organizations, including FareStart. Known for his ability to focus on what matters most and to help teams unlock growth. Longtime resident of Pacific Northwest and avid hiker, runner and traveler.

Rodney Hines

Rodney Hines

Elected to the Board in 2021. Current term expires 2024.
Committees: TBD

CEO/Chief Mission Guy for Metier Brewing Company, established 2018. Champions businesses to measure success through both profitability and civic responsibility. Served as Director of Social Impact at Starbucks, and Executive Director of the Starbucks Foundation. His 30-plus-year career spans corporate, public policy and nonprofit leadership roles. Currently serves on community advisory councils for both SAM and Seattle University, and advises local corporations in their philanthropic and community investment efforts. Avid cyclist and explorer.

Debra Johnson

Debra Johnson

Elected to the Board in 2019. Current term expires in 2022.
Committees: Audit and Finance.

Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, of Evergreen Home Loans. More than 25 years of financial services experience at an executive level. Past board chair of Habitat for Humanity of Seattle-King County and Coal Creek Family YMCA. Currently serving on the Finance Committee of Habitat for Humanity of Seattle-King County. Enjoys gardening, running, reading and travel.

Megan Karch

Megan Karch

Elected to the Board in 2020. Current term expires 2023.
Committees: Management Development and Compensation.

Current President and CEO of IslandWood. Career spanning more than 30 years of leadership positions, including 18 years as CEO at FareStart and 12 years as a VP at Humanim in Maryland. Currently serves on the board of the Downtown Seattle Association, with past board positions at multiple organizations in the region. Known for her social enterprise experience. Avid hiker, alpine skier and sailor.

Ben Klasky

Ben Klasky

Elected to the Board in 2017. Current term expires 2023.
Committees: Governance and Membership (chair).

Founder and Principal of Seismic Philanthropy, advising families and foundations on high-impact philanthropy. Career spans over 25 years, including teaching graduate classes at UW’s Evans School of Public Affairs and serving as CEO of four companies. Has sat on more than 10 boards, including for PCC, KUOW and the Japanese American Exclusion Memorial. Has an MBA and Master of Education and is known for his hybrid — nonprofit and business — thinking.

Laurae McIntyre

LAURAE MCINTYRE

Elected to the Board in 2021. Current term expires 2024.
Committees: TBD

PCC member since the 1980s, UFCW Local 21 union leader and current Fremont PCC courtesy clerk. Helps train courtesy clerks at her PCC location. Spent a decade managing and facilitating meditation and yoga retreats in South India and across the United States, and ran a small business. Her perspective is shaped by one-on-one interactions with customers and working with fellow teammates.

Suzy Monford

SUZY MONFORD

Appointed as ex officio member in 2020. Term runs with term as CEO.

PCC Community Markets CEO since Dec. 2020 with more than 30 years’ experience in the grocery and restaurant industries spanning the U.S. and global markets. Brings a passion for creating healthy communities, a dedication to health and wellness, and a focus on innovation. Prior to PCC, was president of QFC Grocery (QFC) and most recently held the role of Group Vice President of eCommerce, New Markets, for the Kroger Corporation receiving recognition as a “Top Woman in Grocery”. An active board member having held board positions with Seattle Food Lifeline, the Beecher’s Foundation/Sound Food Uprising and the California Grocer Association. Is a Certified Holistic Health Coach and an internationally certified group exercise instructor.

Angela Owen

Angela Owen

Elected to the Board in 2019. Current term expires in 2022.
Committees: Management Development and Compensation (chair).

Consultant for retail and CPG companies specializing in strategy, category management, customer experience and operations to drive growth, innovation and profit. Thirty-year career in specialty retail including merchandising and marketing executive leadership of REI Co-op and startup companies. Currently serves on the board of Destination Pet. Enjoys cooking, tennis and traveling.

Donna Rasmussen

Donna Rasmussen

Elected to the Board in 2021. Current term expires 2024.
Committees: TBD

Currently works at View Ridge PCC and is an active member of union UFCW Local 21. Passionate about fair trade, gender and racial equity, affordable housing, and community living. Her family has lived in a co-op community for 10 years, where she holds a position in community leadership. Enjoys learning new skills, kayaking, laughter, meditating and walks with the family dog.