New CfY Board Members
Seattle, WA – Community for Youth announces the appointment of two new members of its Board of Directors. Joining the Board of Directors are Roger Lorenze and Michael Koger.
Roger Lorenze has been a real estate broker in Seattle for the last 6 years. Roger assists his clients with leasing and sales of both office and retail buildings and space. Roger holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Utah, and both a Washington and Oregon Real Estate License.
Roger has also been a mentor with Community for Youth for the past three years, as well as a donor and supporter.
“My experience with CfY has opened my eyes to how many people, especially young people, want to get involved and help others as mentors. I also realized how many incredible young students that have so much to offer are looking for (and needing) the support and friendship of others. The combination of incredible people wanting to help and incredible people looking for and needing help works.” Roger has shared.
Michael Koger is a healthcare professional with over 10 years of experience in medical group and hospital operations as well as information services. He recently transitioned from healthcare operations to the healthcare information technology realm, with a focus on IT integrations between affiliating organizations. Michael has an Executive MBA from the University of Washington Michael G. Foster School of Business. Michael shared,
“I am very excited to be a part of the CfY board, and looking forward to doing my part to help our students make it to graduation and continued success in their life paths. Having been a mentor in the past, I know how important our work is, and I’m confident we can ensure CfY’s continued success well with into the future.”
Our full list of our Board of Directors can be found below.
Lara Hansen, Building Oz, Board President
Damian Sevilla, Kidder Mathews, Board Secretary
Chris Rooney, Willis Towers Watson, Immediate Past President
Sheila Roe, Sheila A. Roe, CPA, Treasurer
Jerrid Anderson, Colliers International
Clay Gilge, KPMG
Landon Graham, Swedish Health Services
Stephen Koszalka, Amazon
David Roe, Slalom Consulting
Roger Lorenze, Ewing & Clark, Inc.
Michael Koger, Providence St. Joseph Health
All students graduate from high school with the skills needed to be successful in life, and to make a positive impact in the community.
To inspire and support the social, emotional, and academic development of students through mentoring, learning experiences, and a powerful community.
If you are interested in joining the Community for Youth Board of Directors, please email our Executive Director, Janice Deguchi at Janice@communityforyouth.org.