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District Board

Who serves on the District Board?

The Pacific Northwest District Board is a team of elected Lieutenant Governors and Executive Officers and Appointed Officers, in addition to a Kiwanis administrative team. The Board is here to serve you as a resource and strengthen Key Club in our District. Get to know them below.

Executive Team

Elected by delegates at each District Convention

 

Juliet Yu District Governor

Division 33

governor@pnwkeyclub.org

My name is Juliet Yu and I am both honored and thrilled to be serving as your 2016-2017 District Governor alongside the caring mooselings on this page. For this service year, I really wish to prove how we are “Proud N’ Willing to Serve” as a district through the five year strategic plan, district project goal to raise $75,000 for Kiwanis Children’s Cancer Program and membership growth goal of 13,500 members. Luckily, in addition to solving my case of wanderlust through official visits and rallies around the district, I will be able to meet many more caring leaders of the PNW. As for a little about me… I am a senior at Auburn Riverside High School with a desire to learn and explore every single day. I enjoy a countless number of activities, but the ones I especially love are through leadership, creating new friendships and serving my community. All in all, please feel free to message me anytime via email, phone or any other medium on any questions you have or if you want a friend to talk to.

Tiffany Wong District Secretary

Division 32

secretary@pnwkeyclub.org

I’m Tiffany Wong and I’m excited to be serving you all as your PNW District Secretary. I’m your go-to person for taking board meeting minutes, developing the District Directory, replying to secretary reports, and increasing communication amongst the PNW District. My goal this year is develop closer personal connections with secretaries and members by offering chances for their voice, in addition to streamlining our news to you. Outside of Key Club, I nap and sleep a lot. Art, graphic design, and photography are also a few of my likes. I enjoy music, but I’m extremely bad at identifying artists, albums, titles, and I usually can’t sing along because I don’t know the lyrics. I absolutely love meeting new faces here in Key Club, and I’m a big fan of corny jokes as well. If you have any questions or have a nice fresh joke to tell me, please let me know by sending me a message or an email! Can’t wait to talk to you all.

 

Bryan Lee District Treasurer

Division 65E

treasurer@pnwkeyclub.org

I am both excited and grateful to have the opportunity to serve you as your Pacific Northwest District Treasurer. Serving as a past Lieutenant Governor of Division 65 East, allowing me to lead community initiatives and see the potential impact of Key Club’s service firsthand, I strongly believe that serving you—the members—should be my, and our District’s, first priority. Throughout this year, I’ll consistently keep your interests in mind to best gear our District initiatives to benefiting your community impact. During my term, I hope to strengthen our district by increasing membership to 13,500 members, obtaining 95% dues collection, and establishing the PNW Opportunities Fund. Don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any suggestions, questions, or just want to say hello! As a treasurer, friend, and fellow Key Clubber, I am here for you.

 

Audrey Chow District Editor

Division 13/15/17

editor@pnwkeyclub.org

My name is Audrey and I’m your District Editor. Photoshop and the simple, joyful moments of service are among my favourite things, so my first encounter with newsletter creation for Killarney Key Club was love at first issue. My term as a bulletin editor was marked with early mornings volunteering and late nights designing, rewarded by lots of laughter, friendship, and positive community impact. With the same values in mind, I’m thrilled for the opportunity to communicate information from the District and promote your service. After all, that’s what keeps the PNW looking and feeling oh-so good! I’ll be publishing four issues of our District publication, THE ESPRESSO, along with seasonal videos of The RECAPpuccino. Read and watch these under the publications tab. If you’re ever looking for help or a friendly conversation, say hello! I’m always up for a good talk on Key Club, bulletin editing, or your favourite colour. On a sidenote: I love long bus rides, icebreakers, and clapping along to fun songs. I’m from Vancouver, BC and I’d describe my personality in a colour as salmon pink.

 

Convention Team

Organizes District Convention (DCON)

Amy Hung Convention Chair

Division 34

convention@pnwkeyclub.org

My name is Amy Hung and I am serving as your 2016-2017 Convention Chair. Last year I was one of your Convention Aides and I have learned that DCON is the largest and most interactive leadership event for any Key Clubber, with over 2,000 attendees! As I serve my second term, I am ecstatic to plan District Convention and to work alongside with this year’s District Board. Other than Key Club, I am Captain of Lincoln High School’s Girls’ Varsity Tennis Team. If you have any questions regarding convention or about me, please feel free to contact me via Facebook or email! I would be more than delighted to respond and chat. I hope to see you all at DCON 2017!

 

Jonah Tang Convention Aide

Division 28

jonah.conaide@gmail.com

My name is Jonah Tang. I am a senior at Mercer Island High School and I am pleased to be working as your 2016-2017 Convention Aide!  I am here to assist with the planning and execution of next year’s District Convention. I first joined Key Club my freshman year, pulled by the irresistible temptation of a social life. Sophomore year came and I found myself becoming more and more enamored with the feeling of serving the community and my interest in Key Club skyrocketed. I now know what Key Club really means to me: Key Club is a community that revolves around the love of service, and the love of serving with our Key Club family. I want to say thank you for being in Key Club, or even just giving it a shot, because you all are apart of the Key Club family. Without you, it wouldn't be the same.Feel free to look me up on facebook or to email me. I love answering questions and talking to dedicated Key Clubbers! Fun Fact: I am Vivia’s second cousin twice removed.

Vivia Zhu Convention Aide

Division 33

viviazhu831@gmail.com

My name is Vivia Zhu and I’m thrilled to be serving as your Convention Aide. I’m currently a junior at Thomas Jefferson High School of Division 33 (Go Krakens!) and outside of Key Club, I’m also involved in ASB, Math Team, and FBLA. On a typical day, you’ll probably catch me binge-watching Netflix, exploring the PNW, or munching on something yummy—but most likely, you’ll catch me volunteering! I attended my first DCON as a freshman, and it was such an incredible, eye-opening experience. Every Key Clubber I met was so kind and welcoming, and I got to witness firsthand how our service impacted the community. Now, I’m excited to give back to this organization by working with the Convention Team to create that same unforgettable DCON experience for every attendee. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or just want to say hi! :) Also, I may or may not be related to Jonah Tang.

Appointed Officers

Appointed by the Executive Team after DCON

Angela Shin PNWOF Director

Division 34

pnwof@pnwkeyclub.org

Hello PNW Key Clubbers! My name is Angela Shin and I'm ecstatic to serve you as your PNWOF Chair! The Pacific Northwest Opportunities Fund (PNWOF) is a new program that will be implemented this year! Similar to Key Club International’s Youth Opportunities Fund, the PNWOF gives grants for fundraisers and service opportunities to PNW Key Clubs and PNW members. Unfortunately, the application won’t be open until later so keep an eye open for future announcements! This is my fourth year in Key Club and second year on the PNW District Board! I’m currently a senior at Gig Harbor High and loving life! Outside of Key Club I’m a part of Make the Dash Count Philanthropy Board, Seattle Humane Society Teen Club, Student Ambassadors, and a volunteer at Seattle Children’s! But of course none of them come close to my love for Key Club! If you want to talk give me a holler!

 

 

Deenah Howard Key Leader Ambassador

Division 35

keyleader@pnwkeyclub.org

I am beyond thrilled to serve simultaneously as your Key Leader Ambassador and the Lieutenant Governor of Division 35 for the 2016-2017 service year. I am working closely with the District Board and Kiwanians to increase attendance for Key Leader event this year and to improve my home division. I am a senior at Steilacoom High School and enrolled as a full-time Running Start student at Pierce College - Fort Steilacoom. I am the immediate past Vice President of my home Key Club. I love hiking, playing tennis, drinking coffee (a little too much), and music. If you share a common interest with me, hit me up! And if not, let’s create some~ Funny fact: I learned how to roll my R’s by repeating the word ‘butter’ over and over for three months.

Georgia Cato K-Family Relations Director

Division 13/15/17

krelations@pnwkeyclub.org

I’m Georgia, class of 2017 at Van Tech Secondary, and I’m extremely excited to serve as your Kiwanis Family Relations Director. I reside in the D13/15/17 (go ninja pandas!) area on the great land of Canada! Coming from the city of Vancouver, I enjoy activities such as running, biking, playing the clarinet, eating my fruits and veggies, and chasing plastic (playing ultimate frisbee). As K-Family Relations Director, my goal this year is to not only increase the bonds between the branches, but to primarily focus on strengthening the link between Key Club’s and their sponsoring Kiwanis club. It’s truly a privilege to be working alongside such a high-spirited team of individuals, all here to serve YOU. As cliche as it sounds, Key Club has not only kept my Facebook active, but changed my high school experience. It still amazes me to this day, to see so many of you filled with our core values, who root themselves with the genuine satisfaction that comes from service. Let’s work together to create the best this district has ever seen!

Nicholas Aspelund Policy & Protocol Director

Division AYN

policy@pnwkeyclub.org

I’m delighted to be able to call myself the Lieutenant Governor of Division Alaska Yukon North (AYN), as well as the Chair for the Policy and Protocol committee. A few things I strive to accomplish with my committee this year are strengthening the understanding of our bylaws and rules and clearing any confusion about what's expected. However without being too boring, if anyone notices an article that really irks you when you're reading the bylaws, feel free to point it out to me. Some mildly interesting things about me are that: I’m a junior at North Pole High school, I absolutely love being outside, and I’m always open to talking with people. If anybody has questions, comments, or just wants a new friend to talk to, feel free to reach out and contact me.

Peter Ch'en Communications Director

Division 28

communications@pnwkeyclub.org

My name is Peter Ch’en and I am a senior at Bellevue High School (did you know that Bellevue’s colors are the exact same as Key Club International’s? That’s right, blue, gold, and white!). I am honored to serve on the District Board this year as both the Lieutenant Governor of Division 28 (D28 we dominate!) and your Communications Director! I got into Key Club in my sophomore year, when I was dragged to some club service events and convinced to go to DCON by my friend. To be completely honest, I had no idea what DCON was when I agreed to go, but I can tell you that it truly has changed my life. After DCON, I created a newsletter for my club, and a website too! And that’s how my journey began, and I can definitely say I never want it to end. When I’m not Key Clubbing (heh), you’ll find me (as of right now) crying about college apps, drinking boba, eating, sleeping, singing Taylor Swift, and hanging with friends. Don’t be afraid to reach out to me about anything, I love meeting new people! I’ll see you guys around.

 

Sea Choi District Projects Director

Division 21

projects@pnwkeyclub.org

My name is Sea Choi, and I am the current Lieutenant Governor of Division 21, home of the Bumblebees. I go to Lynnwood High School, and am a part of the Class of 2018. I love Key Club, because it provides students endless opportunities and the privilege to meet such aspiring, young leaders from all over the world. Not only that, but it allows us to step out of our little boxes and go serve our communities and what’s beyond it! When I’m not Key Clubbin’, I love to binge watch Korean dramas, listen to piano music on rainy days, and eat ice cream! I am also a huge follower of Jesus, supporter of Liberty in North Korea, and a fangirl for EXO – if you ever want to talk to me and share about yourself, feel free to contact me – I am more than willing to get to know you! Go D21, Go PNW!

 

Stella Gonzalez Membership Growth and Reactivation Director

Division 27

membership@pnwkeyclub.org

My name is Stella Gonzalez and I'm both ecstatic and anxious to serve as your new MGRD for the upcoming Key Club term. As your new Membership Growth and Reactivation Director I aim to reach the PNW's goal of 13,500 fully committed and service loving Key Clubbers.  Another goal of mine is to create engaging yet simple resources that can help your own club expand its reach. Members are the very core of Key Club and I'm proud to say it is my duty to assist in making this base grow in numbers and strengthen in quality. Additionally, I plan to reactivate any suspended or inactive clubs. Key Club has helped me become the person I wanted to be and I hope to expose more people to the leadership and service opportunities that are available to them. If I'm not doing something Key Club related, most likely I'm plugging my social media, stress baking, performing on stage, or I'm too broke from eating out too much. If any of you have any concerns, comments, questions, ideas, rants, commands, grocery lists, sonnets, or you just want to talk to me, please don't hesitate to contact me.

 

Lieutenant Governors

Elected by each division to serve as a divisional leader and liason

Nicholas Aspelund Division AYN

ltgayn@pnwkeyclub.org

I’m delighted to be able to call myself the Lieutenant Governor of Division Alaska Yukon North (AYN), as well as the Chair for the Policy and Protocol committee. A few things I strive to accomplish with my committee this year are strengthening the understanding of our bylaws and rules and clearing any confusion about what's expected. However without being too boring, if anyone notices an article that really irks you when you're reading the bylaws, feel free to point it out to me. Some mildly interesting things about me are that: I’m a junior at North Pole High school, I absolutely love being outside, and I’m always open to talking with people. If anybody has questions, comments, or just wants a new friend to talk to, feel free to reach out and contact me.

 

 

Greyson Culbert Division AYS

William Suastegui Division 9

ltg9@pnwkeyclub.org

My name is William Suastegui and I am honored to be serving this year as Lieutenant Governor of Division 9! I am currently a senior at Omak High School and am passionate about service. I began my Key Club journey my sophomore year and I have enjoyed every moment. Besides Key Club I am involved in my school with ASB, Link Crew, Football, and Track and Field. I also like to draw and eat Takis (preferably nitro habanero lime). I enjoy running and hanging out with friends. I am really grateful that I found this amazing club. I never imagined that I would be involved in an organization that focuses on helping others and is made up of incredible young adults. Key Club has been a second family to me and has filled my life with amazing people. I love Key Club and I hope that all of you are as passionate about it as I am!

 

Arlene Nguyen Division 13/15/17

ltg131517@pnwkeyclub.org

I'm Arlene and I come from the exotic land of Canada! You may be wondering a few things... no, I don't put maple syrup on everything and yes, I love ketchup chips!! Come find me at District events and I'll be more than happy to shower you with ketchup potato goodness. This year I am beyond grateful and honoured to be serving my Division 13/15/17, the PNW District, and overall our incredible organization and world. I first joined Key Club back in Grade 8 and since then I have never stopped serving the organization I hold so close to my heart. I started off as Bulletin Editor and then the following year was elected as Vice-President and last year served as Vancouver Technical Key Club's President. Now I'm a Lieutenant Governor and am beyond ecstatic to see how Pacific Northwest will shape our world this year. Remember, it doesn't cost anything to spread positivity so never stop giving back, Key Clubbers!! I can't wait to see you all at DCON 2017 but until then, if you want to stay connected through social media or need to reach me, never hesitate to do so!

 

Baneet Braich Division 18

Daniel Smith Division 19/36

ltg1936@pnwkeyclub.org

I’m Daniel Smith, the Lieutenant Governor of Division 19/36 from Bremerton High School. I joined Key Club at the beginning of my sophomore year and fell in love with service. My only regret on joining was not joining sooner. Key Club has brought joy to my life and has given me a full sense of purpose. When I’m not Key Clubbing you can catch me thrifting and looking for Goodwill come ups. Other than thrifting, I usually chill with friends and go around town and have good times with good people. I never knew I would go this far in Key Club; I went from a member to Lt. Governor and I’m proof you can succeed at anything if you have a passion for it. I’m happy to have been given this opportunity to serve on the District Board and work with so many great Key Clubbers.

 

 

Kristen Pagala Division 20i

ltg20i@pnwkeyclub.org

I am beyond grateful and excited to serve as your 2016-2017 Lieutenant Governor for Division 20i (20i tilI I die!). This year is full of new opportunities and adventures for the PNW and I'm so glad to take part in it. A couple of goals I have in mind for my division are to bring the schools closer together through better communication and to try to increase Key Club membership in all the schools. A little more about me: I am a senior at Oak Harbor High School and a part time student at Central Washington University. Before I became Lt. Governor, I was my club’s treasurer and I've been a proud member throughout all of high school. What really got me addicted to Key Club was the positive atmosphere it has and everyone here is so nice and fun to be around. I love to go hiking, drink coffee, and listen to great music. Don't be afraid to contact me or my fellow board members; we are all here to represent and help you. Feel free to message me or contact me in anyway you want!

 

 

Makenna Drye Division 20m

ltg20m@pnwkeyclub.org

I am so excited to have the opportunity to serve you as the Division 20m Lieutenant Governor. Over the course of my term, I hope to increase communication and membership throughout my division. My division is a small population that stretches from Marysville to Burlington along the coast. We currently consist of five Key Clubs; however, we are in the process of chartering more. We are the mainland division, thus the “m” in our name. Here’s a bit more about me: I am a senior at Burlington-Edison High School where I have had the pleasure of being Key Club secretary for two years. I spend my free time reading, skiing, and running, and I absolutely love ice cream. Please feel free to contact me, or any of my fellow district board, if you have any questions or concerns!

 

 

Sea Choi Division 21

ltg21@pnwkeyclub.org

My name is Sea Choi, and I am the current Lieutenant Governor of Division 21, home of the Bumblebees. I go to Lynnwood High School, and am a part of the Class of 2018. I love Key Club, because it provides students endless opportunities and the privilege to meet such aspiring, young leaders from all over the world. Not only that, but it allows us to step out of our little boxes and go serve our communities and what’s beyond it! When I’m not Key Clubbin’, I love to binge watch Korean dramas, listen to piano music on rainy days, and eat ice cream! I am also a huge follower of Jesus, supporter of Liberty in North Korea, and a fangirl for EXO – if you ever want to talk to me and share about yourself, feel free to contact me – I am more than willing to get to know you! Go D21, Go PNW!

 

Billy Yi Division 22/24

ltg2224@pnwkeyclub.org

I am very grateful to say that I am the Lieutenant Governor for Division 22/24 in the Pacific Northwest District Key Club. I will work hard this year to make my division and our district stronger like our past division's lieutenant governors have. I am a rising senior at Roosevelt High School and I love running cross country and track, as well as playing video games once in awhile. However, one of my  favorite hobbies would have to be sleeping! Nothing like sleeping in late on a Saturday! I am in charge of Ingraham, Roosevelt, Ballard, Shorecrest, and Nathan Hale High School Key Clubs. Go Red Pandas! Please don't be scared to contact me if it is ever needed. I would be glad to help with anything to the best of my abilities! So let's have a great year together!

 

 

Anthony Lu Division 26

ltg26@pnwkeyclub.org

My name is Anthony Lu and I currently attend Garfield High-School in Seattle, WA as a junior! Some fun facts about me are that I'm an adventurer (I love nature!), I love sweets ('cause I'm sweet), I'm silly and playful, and I'm also a proud Unicorn (GO D26)! Key Club was just an ordinary extra curricular to me until my very first service project; seeing such a big impact through your work really changed my outlook on service! That very first service project inspired me to keep on serving my home, school, and community! As a person, I've grown to love the community I grew up in and also become an even more spirited individual! Some things you'll find me doing could be: eating, sleeping, exploring the city (you'll always be a tourist in Seattle), baking, or tanning on the beach with ice cream! Always feel free to message me, text me, talk to me, or even call me! Can't wait to meet you all at DCON!

 

 

Christy Oh Division 27

ltg27@pnwkeyclub.org

My name is Christy Oh and I'm a senior at The Overlake School. I'm so humbled and excited to serve as the Lieutenant Governor of Division 27 this year - go toucans! Before Lieutenant Governor, I served as my home club's President during my junior year and Vice President my sophomore year. I was first introduced to Key Club during my sophomore year by a close friend who encouraged me to charter one at my school since I love community service. After being encouraged to become more involved outside of the club level and attend DCON, I saw how much more this organization was than just community service. I fell in love with Key Club and how welcoming everyone is, as well as all the opportunities this organization provided for students to serve their communities and grow as a leader. Outside of Key Club, I love to take photos, do graphic design, bake, and drink lots and lots of boba. If you ever have any questions or just want to talk, feel free to contact me through any social media!

 

 

Peter Ch'en Division 28

ltg28@pnwkeyclub.org

My name is Peter Ch’en and I am a senior at Bellevue High School (did you know that Bellevue’s colors are the exact same as Key Club International’s? That’s right, blue, gold, and white!). I am honored to serve on the District Board this year as both the Lieutenant Governor of Division 28 (D28 we dominate!) and your Communications Director! I got into Key Club in my sophomore year, when I was dragged to some club service events and convinced to go to DCON by my friend. To be completely honest, I had no idea what DCON was when I agreed to go, but I can tell you that it truly has changed my life. After DCON, I created a newsletter for my club, and a website too! And that’s how my journey began, and I can definitely say I never want it to end. When I’m not Key Clubbing (heh), you’ll find me (as of right now) crying about college apps, drinking boba, eating, sleeping, singing Taylor Swift, and hanging with friends. Don’t be afraid to reach out to me about anything, I love meeting new people! I’ll see you guys around.

 

Sarah Archer Division 30

ltg30@pnwkeyclub.org

I am proud to serve as your Division 30 Lt. Governor I am looking forward to continuing the service that PNW Key Club is notorious for. As Lt. Governor, I plan to introduce new social media outlets for our division that will hopefully close the gap between member and district. Arguably, my largest and most challenging goal for my term will be regaining a system of communication within the division. Through newsletters, email updates, text reminds, website postings, social media posts, school announcements, and even word of mouth I hope to deliver the news and information you, as members, need to know.  I look forward to the future of my term, and encourage you to reach out with any questions or concerns you may have throughout the year.

 

Ashley Villanueva Division 32

ltg32@pnwkeyclub.org

My name is Ashley Villanueva and I’m excited to serve as your 2016-2017 Lieutenant Governor of Division 32! I can happily say that Key Club has eased up stress in high school and has made me a better leader and person. This organization has widened my perspective on people, their actions, my community, and leadership. I had no idea how much of an impact Key Club would have on me when I joined my freshman year, but it has been one of the best decisions I’ve made in high school and I’m so humbled to have this opportunity to serve you. Some of my little joys in life are taro bubble tea, corgis, ube bread, cookie butter, Cocoa Puffs, and Criminal Minds. Like you, I am just one of the 270,000+ members of Key Club International, so please do reach out to me if you need anything, I’d love to help you!

 

 

Rheanna Borromeo Division 33

ltg33@pnwkeyclub.org

I’m Rheanna and I’m currently a senior at Federal Way High School. This year I have the honor of representing the Division 33 Krakens as a Lieutenant Governor. I originally joined Key Club as a quiet and introverted freshman but after getting involved, attending several events, and volunteering regularly, I’ve developed a great fondness for the members and the organization. You won’t find a club like this anywhere else, so I suggest sticking with it and making the most out of the experience by getting involved and meeting new Key Clubbers! Aside from serving in Key Club, you can usually find me exploring new places with my trusty camera, trying out different cafes like the typical Washingtonian I am, or fangirling over aesthetic cinematography. I’m so excited to be serving on the District Board this year and I hope to meet all of you soon! Till next time, stay kraken!

 

 

Brittney Tran Division 34

ltg34@pnwkeyclub.org

My name’s Brittney Tran and I'm the Lieutenant Governor of Division 34! I attend Mount Tahoma as an incoming senior in Tacoma, Washington. I LOVE being optimistic, spontaneous, and adventurous! I'll always be happy to go hiking, swimming, traveling, and going to amusement parks. Another one of my loves is definitely KEY CLUB! Joining Key Club, I never realized there was more to Key Club than my home club. Going to DCMs, Rallies, and volunteer events helped show me I can achieve higher than my goals. I was determined that each year in high school I would progress my position and be more involved. Key Club is what makes me the person I am today; it helped me step outside my boundaries and improve my community. If I had one regret for Key Club, it would be not being more involved freshman year and not running for a higher position.

 

 

Deenah Howard Division 35

Division 35

ltg35@pnwkeyclub.org

I am beyond thrilled to serve simultaneously as your Key Leader Ambassador and the Lieutenant Governor of Division 35 for the 2016-2017 service year. I am working closely with the District Board and Kiwanians to increase attendance for Key Leader event this year and to improve my home division. I am a senior at Steilacoom High School and enrolled as a full-time Running Start student at Pierce College - Fort Steilacoom. I am the immediate past Vice President of my home Key Club. I love hiking, playing tennis, drinking coffee (a little too much), and music. If you share a common interest with me, hit me up! And if not, let’s create some~ Funny fact: I learned how to roll my R’s by repeating the word ‘butter’ over and over for three months.

Thu Nguyen Division 38

ltg38@pnwkeyclub.org

My name is Thu Nguyen (Thu like the number 2 hehe) and I am the proud Lieutenant Governor of Division 38 (Go STARS)! I am currently a senior at Capital High school. Before becoming Lieutenant Governor, I served as Capital’s Key Club Vice President my junior year and have been an active member since my freshman year! Key Club has played a major role in my life and I promise to serve my term to infinity and beyond! Outside of Key Club, I am a full IB student and enjoy singing in the shower, gymnastics, and playing tennis! I love laughing, smiling, and simply having fun! You can find me watching Kdramas, listening to Kpop, or out buying bubble tea! To me, Key Club means family. So I hope to create a bond with each and everyone of you! If you see me around, please come say hi and give me a hug! Also please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions. “We are ONE!” - EXO

 

 

Sydney Caplinger Division 42C

ltg42c@pnwkeyclub.org

My name is Sydney Caplinger and I am currently a senior at Astoria High School! I was voted onto the board three fourths of the way into my term, but I am really excited to have the chance to be Lieutenant Governor for the remainder of the service year. I was an exchange student for the entirety of my junior year in India. I’m really grateful that I can come back from my adventure and be included in Key Club in such a monumental way. For the rest of my term I want to focus on unifying our clubs, although they are all so far away from each other, and I want to get clubs more involved with the district and their local communities. Feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns!

 

Stephen Brackett Division 42V

Alyssa Libak Division 44

ltg44@pnwkeyclub.org

I am honored to serve the District as Lieutenant Governor of Division 44. During my term I have developed a strong passion for promoting service within my division as well as encouraging inclusiveness between our schools. Some of my goals for my 2016-2017 term include: promoting Kiwanis events, increasing communication from district to club level, and supporting each school in my division to the best of my ability. Besides being a Key Club Lieutenant Governor, I love to snowboard, watch movies and play with my puppy, Toby. I am currently enrolled in Running Start as a junior but attended Fort Vancouver High School for the past two years. Before being elected Lieutenant Governor I was President of my home club. Enjoy being a part of the Pacific Northwest District because time flies in the blink of an eye!

 

 

Annie Churo Division 45

ltg45@pnwkeyclub.org

My name is Annie Churo and I am blessed and grateful to be able to be serve as the Lieutenant Governor for Division 45. My goals for my term revolves around communication and involvement. I will communicate between myself and clubs by using social media, emails, newsletters, meetings, and checkups. Also, I want to improve communication between clubs and Kiwanis by having members attend their monthly divisional council meetings and events they host. Finally, I will encourage involvement from all schools in D45 when it comes to service. Throughout the past two years, being a part of this family has been an unexpected joyful gift and I am glad that I took that leap from always being shy to now wanting to talk and get toknow others. So hopefully throughout my term I get to meet many of you, but till then, bonne journée!

 

 

Cheyenne Gillespie Division 46

ltg46@pnwkeyclub.org

My name is Cheyenne Gillespie and I am so excited to work with all of you and serve as Division 46 Key Club Lieutenant Governor for the 2016-17 term. This year, I really want to increase communication throughout clubs in our division no matter how big or how small. Here's a little bit about me, I'm a country girl, I have worked on a farm and volunteered on one but I am currently working at Sonic Drive In. I attend Rogers High School this year as a senior. I absolutely love to volunteer, especially in groups. In my free time I love to read, sing, work on my truck, and go horseback riding (when I have the time). If you have any questions or need to contact me for any reason, feel free! I always try to reply as soon as possible. I look forward to spending this year with all of you!

 

 

 

Sienna Sanchez Division 48

ltg48@pnwkeyclub.org

I'm so thrilled to be serving on the 2016-2017 District Board as your Division 48 Lieutenant Governor. As Lt.G my goal is to unite my division and increase membership to better the PNW as a whole. First, let me tell you a little bit about myself. I'm from Northern Idaho and will be going into my senior year. Besides Key Club, I'm also involved in Student Council, Mentoring and Human Rights Club. In my free time, you can find me outside enjoying the sun, hanging out with friends, or at a restaurant trying new foods. No matter where I go, I never eat the same thing twice, because I love the excitement of trying new things. One of my favorite things in the world besides serving is meeting new people, so if you happen to see me around don't be afraid to say hi and introduce yourself!

 

Vacant Division 50

Sabrina Zhu Division 52

ltg52@pnwkeyclub.org

My name is Sabrina and I'm a senior at Wenatchee High School, part of Division 52! My Key Club journey started Freshman year when my amazing grandouttie got me hooked on the passion that Key Clubbers exude. I've met so many amazing people and done so many amazing things through Key Club. I am beyond proud to serve my small but mighty division and to hopefully pass on some of the Key Club spirit I've seen so much of in our district! Although Key Club is one of the biggest parts of my life, when I'm not volunteering, you can probably find me on Adobe InDesign, eating food, or trying to pet someone's dog. In school, I'm involved with my school newspaper, Sports Medicine, Orchestra, and Cross Country. I LOVE everything about music as much as I love Key Club so strike up a tuneful topic and prepare to be best friends!

 

 

Daphne Uhler Division 54

ltg54@pnwkeyclub.org

My name is Daphne Uhler and I’m honored to serve as the 2016-2017 Division 54 Lieutenant Governor! One of my goals for this term is to spark communication between clubs and create more interclub events within my division. I hope to increase membership and help charter new clubs across all branches of Kiwanis, including Builder’s Club and K-Kids. A little more about me: I’m going to be a senior at Delta High School in Tri-Cities, Washington and am currently serving as Honor Society publicity manager. I love the outdoors, yoga, and dogs. I spend my free time volunteering, applying for scholarships, working out, and watching Netflix. I recommend Grey’s Anatomy, Law & Order: SVU, and Stranger Things. I plan on becoming a trauma surgeon, and working in developing countries during summers. This term, I hope to accomplish many goals and service projects, division-wide and club level. If you ever want to get a hold of me don’t hesitate! 

 

Dmitri Saberi Division 56

ltg56@pnwkeyclub.org

I am so honored and excited to be serving Division 56 as their 2016-2017 Lieutenant Governor (GO PENGUINS!). If you don’t know where Division 56 is, drive east until you’re in the middle of nowhere and you’re likely in the right place. A little bit about myself: I am a Junior at Pullman High School, and I like playing tennis, cello, hanging out with my friends, and making jokes (mostly the last one). I love people and getting to meet new people, and I am so happy to be given such a great opportunity to give back to my community through Key Club. I am also involved in ASB, math team, science team, and ping pong club. Life is better when you’re smiling and laughing. I am so excited to serve with you all this year, and I hope to meet you all at DCON 2017!

 

 

 

Joshika Suresh Division 58

ltg58@pnwkeyclub.org

I'm Joshika Suresh, the Lieutenant Governor of Division 58. I'm really happy to be serving my division this year and help it communicate with our district more. Growing up, I've always wanted to help others and Key Club gave me an opportunity to finally do that. I wanted to get more involved so I ran for Lieutenant Governor. Now, I'm currently a Sophomore at Moses Lake High School and hopefully I can do more for Key Club and my community as the years go by. I also am part of my High School's National Honor Society and I am enrolling into running start at Big Bend Community College this year. Finally, I hope to continue the great work our past board members and Kiwanians have put into to making the Pacific Northwest District the best it can possibly be and help it run as smoothly as possible.

 

 

 

Alissa Ouanesisouk Division 62

ltg62@pnwkeyclub.org

It’s your homegirl Alissa Ouanesisouk (Oh-Won-See-Sook). I am a senior at Roosevelt High School in Portland, OR. A little bit about me: I am very outgoing, loud, and bright. I also love to dance, sing, eat, sleep, YOU NAME IT! I’m a fierce panther, 'cause you know I always gotta rep that Panther Pride (D62). I’m involved with many different extracurriculars such as ASB, musical theatre, and volleyball. Being a leader has always been a part of me and I am proud to be serving as the 2016-17 Lt.G of Division 62. I have always grown up in a family oriented environment so I really like to have the family vibe around me. No matter who you are you can come up to me about anything because I got your back in any situation. Family over anything. I can’t wait to see both our divisions and district grow and serve the world. Don’t be afraid to contact me at anytime about anything I’m here for you! (I don’t bite).

 

Haydn Loudd Division 64

ltg64@pnwkeyclub.org

My name is Haydn Loudd and I am very thankful for the opportunity to serve as the Lieutenant Governor of Division 64 and as a member of the Kiwanis Family Relations Committee! Hopefully, all the goals and plans I have for my term can be carried out while still having the chance to make great friends and to serve the community in an outstanding way. Anyways, here is a little more about me: I am a senior at Tualatin High School and I have been involved in Key Club for three years now. Outside of Key Club, you can find me playing various musical instruments, singing to myself, listening to music, or wasting my time on Netflix and YouTube. Again, I am so grateful for this amazing opportunity and look forward to serving the wonderful, rainy district of the Pacific Northwest. If you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact me with any inquiries!

 

 

Kaye DelaChica Division 65E

ltg65e@pnwkeyclub.org

My name is Kaye DelaChica and I am a senior at Aloha High School in Beaverton, Oregon. This year, I am honored to be serving as the Lieutenant Governor of Division 65 East! Service is my passion and it always brightens my day when I see other members smiling and having a good time while serving others! I believe, as an Lt.G, I am not a leader, but instead a guide. During my term, my goal is to ensure that each member ends their Key Club year feeling inspired, motivated, and confident. Everyone should leave each DCM, meeting, or event having learned something new about themselves. In my free time, I enjoy traveling the PNW and trying new foods. I enjoy listening to Kpop, video editing, and playing the guitar. My favorite drink in the world is Calpico Lychee Juice; it makes me so emotional ;-; . If you guys ever need anyone to talk to, please do not hesitate to contact me on any social media platform! Trust me, I'm pretty awkward myself! I am so excited to work with you all! Have a nice day you guys :D Oh! And in case you didn't know, I'm the cooler DelaChica twin!

 

Michaela Canete Division 65W

ltg65w@pnwkeyclub.org

My name is Michaela Canete and I am the 2016-2017 Lieutenant Governor of Division 65 West. Westside- Water tribe- Best side, woo! I am ecstatic to be serving as one of the leaders of Key Club International in the Pacific Northwest District. The great minds of Key Club truly presents the positive innovation happening in our communities and the world. I was exposed to the wonders of Key Club International as an 8th grader when my brother volunteered constantly in Key Club at Century High School. By the time I was a freshman, I had become the Club Secretary, later becoming the Vice President, and now, as a senior in high school, a Lieutenant Governor. Key Club has certainly unlocked new doors in my life as Key Club introduced me to my dream of becoming a Pediatric Cardiovascular Nurse at Doernbecher's Children’s Hospital. Aside from Key Club, I am member of Hillsboro Oregon’s Youth Advisory Council, a cheerleader, and a dancer for Century High School’s Dance Team. I am obsessed with United States History, chemistry, caffeine, Fallout 4, and, Key Club! Please feel free to contact me if you are ever in need of anything!

 

Brian Nguyen Division 66

ltg66@pnwkeyclub.org

My name is Brian Nguyen and I am honored to be serving as the Lieutenant Governor of Division 66. I am going to be a junior at Clackamas High School. I was introduced to Key Club in 8th Grade, but the journey really began my freshman year. I was attracted to the size of my home club (200+ members!), vast opportunities to help others, and the family-like community that the club created. Key Club has made me more outgoing and a stronger leader, and I hope to inspire others the way hundreds of other Key Clubbers have inspired me. Besides Key Club, I am part of my school's Junior Class Council and tennis team. I enjoy doing activities outdoors, such as hiking, fishing, swimming, and soccer. Sometimes I'll randomly have a day where I lay in bed and binge my favorite show for 16 hours straight, but that's very rare. Some of my favorite foods include spring rolls and chicken alfredo. I hope to have a wonderful year serving alongside all of you!

 

Mollie Lewandowski Division 70

ltg70@pnwkeyclub.org

My name is Mollie Lewandowski and I am serving as the Lieutenant Governor of Division 70. I am a junior at Country Christian High school located in Molalla, Oregon. This last year I had the privilege to serve as my club's Treasurer. I am excited for this year to expand the reach of service within Division 70 as well as within the District! One of my main goals this year is to rejuvenate the spirit of service within our communities by uniting my schools and working together to make a bigger impact. Outside of Key Club, I am involved with Student Government and play basketball, volleyball, and tennis and am always up for a great art project! One of my favorite parts of Key Club is meeting the unique individual members that make what we do possible, so please feel free to say hello! I look forward to serving you and working hard to improve this great District!

 

Nicholas Burns Division 72

ltg72@pnwkeyclub.org

My name is Nicholas Burns; I am the current Lieutenant Governor of Division 72 of Key Club and past Vice-President of the Crescent Valley High School Key Club. I am looking forward to this upcoming school year and working with all you Key Clubbers throughout the year. This year, I plan on bringing my division closer together by creating many events that multiple clubs get involved in, as well as getting my division more involved with the Pacific Northwest District. I look forward to serving with you all. Feel free to ask me any questions or share any ideas with me.

 

Kai Hollenberg Division 74

ltg74@pnwkeyclub.org

My name is Kai Hollenberg and I am a junior from Eugene, Oregon. I am incredibly thrilled to be serving with a wonderful board and organization. This year I hope to create a stronger and closer knit division that reaches new membership goals. I also have a strong passion for the outdoors, and in my spare time you can find me running, hiking, biking, backpacking, and exploring new places. I am interested in medicine and plan on becoming a firefighter in the next few years. I love meeting and talking with new people, so please don't hesitate to contact me for any reason!

 

Dannielle Acosta Division 76

Isaac Estrada Division 80

Sarah Kaufman Division 82

ltg82@pnwkeyclub.org

My name is Sarah Kaufman and I’m the Lieutenant Governor for Division 82. I love serving all of you, and this is such a fun District to be part of! Key Club is like a big family and that’s one of my favorite things about it. I’m a senior at Ashland High School, and have been in Key Club since my freshman year. My sophomore year, I was in charge of publications, and a majority of my junior year I spent as president-elect. I am a crazy dog person, so please, any time, send me pictures of your pups! I really hope to get to know more of you, and I am so excited for the upcoming school year. I have a feeling we’re going to do a lot of amazing things together! Definitely never hesitate to contact me! See you at DCON 2017!

 

 

District Adminstration

Guides and supports the District Board

 

Brian Egger District Administrator

administrator@pnwkeyclub.org

My name is Brian Egger and I am currently serving as the District Administrator of PNW Key Club. I am no to stranger to the Kiwanis-family and have held various positions in Key Club and CKI prior to joining Kiwanis including 2005-2006 CKI President. As a member of the Cascadia Kiwanis Club and past president of the Kiwanis Club of Washington D.C., I have been recognized for contributions to Kiwanis as a Tablet of Honor recipient and member of the George F. Hixon Fellowship. I am also a member of the G. Harold Martin Fellowship in Key Club and the Carthage-Pullman Society in CKI. I received my 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. Today, I am serving as a senior analyst for the U.S. Government Accountability (GAO) where I perform performance audits of various federal programs related to education, workforce, and income security issues. Prior to joining GAO, I worked for the D.C. Public Schools and Oregon Legislative Assembly. In my personal life, I enjoy spending time with my partner, running, traveling, and checking out the latest restaurants in Seattle.

 

 

Criena Sekhon Assistant District Administrator

Mike Wallis Finance Administrator

Area Administrators

Guides and supports the District Board

Division 9
Division 13/15/17
Divisions 20i & 20m
Division 19/36
Division 32 & 33
Divisions 34 & 35
Divisions 34 & 35
Division 38
Divisions 42C, 42V, & 62-66
Divisions 44 & 45
Division 48
Divisions 50, 52, & 58
Division 54
Divisions 62-66
Divisions 42C & 70
Division 72
Division 76
Division 82
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