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Board of Directors

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Peggy Curtis

coming soon!

Meredith Frolio, President

After mentoring for four years, Meredith now serves on our Board of Directors. An outdoor adventurer since her birth in Colorado, she works with tSB because of the power of love, nurturing and support, and the doors they open for youth. Outside of tSB she serves as a construction manager for modern residential projects.

Matthew Hendrickson, Treasurer

Matt grew up in South Seattle and graduated from Franklin High School and the University of Washington (Go Dawgs!). Matt discovered tSB when his sister was a participant and later decided to mentor for three years before joining the Board of Directors where he now serves as Treasurer. He loves tSB because it gives us all a space to be open emotionally, to be ourselves, and to be loved.

Outside of tSB, Matt works as a house painter and is an avid sports fan. He spends his free time golfing and playing on the co-ed basketball team, the tSBallers.

Anne Lehmer, Development Chair

Anne joined the Board of Directors after learning about tSB through her work with Ashley on a Northwest Development Officers Association (NDOA) conference. Anne works as the YWCA of Seattle’s Major Gifts Officer and serves as the Development Chair on the Board. While sometimes intimidated by teenagers, she believes that it is important to invest in our future leaders and serves on the Board to ensure that tSB programs can help Seattle teens discover their potential.

Conrad Muller

Coming soon…

Daniel Pak

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Malcolm Peoples Procter

Malcolm was a tSB participant in 2004 and 2005 and recently joined the Board of Directors to give back to the program that gave so much to him. His mother, Carol (pictured here) also served on the Board for a number of years.

Malcolm is currently attending Seattle Central Community College and working towards a career in design.

Pai Pongsupaht

coming soon!

Dena Rigby

Dena Rigby has worked in the Seattle art community since 1995. Having first worked for the Foster/White Gallery, Rigby went on to privately manage and represent artists to galleries and museums nationally. In 2005 she moved to Los Angeles to open D&A Fine Arts, a private art gallery specializing in museum quality contemporary glass. While working in both Los Angeles and Seattle, she joined the board of the contemporaries at MOCA L.A. (Museum of Contemporary Art) and served until she returned to Seattle in 2008. Rigby sits on the steering committee for the contemporaries at the Henry Art Gallery and acts as a private dealer and art consultant, building private collections and helping museums fundraise through fine art events. Rigby has lectured at the University of Hawaii and taught at the Pilchuck Glass School. Most recently she curated an exhibition for Winston Wachter Fine Art in Seattle. Rigby was raised in Hawaii and Florida and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Florida.

Scott Yasui, Vice President

Bio coming soon!

Volunteer for tSB

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Calling all volunteers!

Don’t have enough time to commit to tSB full-time? Still want to get involved? The Service Board always needs able and willing volunteers to help with Wednesday dinners and snowboard instruction. Even a stray appearance at a service project will be enough to give you the warm and fuzzies on the inside. Contact us to find out how you can get involved!

Apply to tSB!

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It’s that time of the year! We are now officially accepting applications for mentors and prophets alike. Can’t commit to being a mentor but still want to help? Fill out the volunteer application and send it our way: info[at]

The Service Board operates by scouting Seattle and the rest of the world for the best mentors and prophets. What does that mean? Everyone is encouraged to apply! In the past, we have had community leaders, local politicians, music producers, designers and photographers and former olympiads grace The Service Board with their presence. With diverse backgrounds and life experiences, our mentors and prophets bring more diversity and ‘exotic ingredients’ to add to the tSB stew.

Are you over the age of 21? Live in Seattle? Can you tell funny jokes? You qualify to be an adult mentor! Download the Mentor Application
Are you a high school student? Live in Seattle? Have a contagious laugh? You qualify to be a tSB prophet! Download the Prophet Application

The Service Board needs you!

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The Service Board needs you!

Seattle is a dynamic city with numerous resources for young people. But many kids have no positive role models—they can’t name a single person who wants them to learn more, to like being who they are, and to learn about what really counts. Without that one person (or 35 people in the case of TSB!) young people can too often slip through the cracks. TSB turns kids on to their own abilities, teaches them to try crazy new things (making sandwiches for the homeless, riding a chair lift), and instills in them the love and understanding of 30 other people, experiencing common joys, jokes, and sadness. We connect kids to what counts in themselves and others. They leave tSB’s six-month program fired up to make a positive impact in their community.

Business Sponsors

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Business Sponsors:

123 Business underwriting is a critical part of The Service Board. We have received over half a million dollars in donated goods over the years, from art supplies to snowboards. Each year, this means at least 50% of TSB’s budget comes as in-kind goods from small, local businesses to enormous (but nice) multinational corporations.

Athletic Support:

Have you ever been an athletic supporter? Now’s your chance! Contact us to find out about supporting TSB with product donations. Not only do you get to be featured on the website, we promise loads of thank yous and all kinds of surprises.

Thank you!

– Kongsgaard-Goldman Foundation
– Barry Briggs Family Foundation
– ChenSteinO’MalleySven Foundation
– Cedarmere Foundation
– Charlotte Martin Foundation
– Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture
– Medina Foundation
– Peninsula Community Foundation
– Helios Foundation
– Seattle Foundation
– Skanderup Family Fund
– Arête Fund
– Amsted Industries Foundation
– Gates Foundation
Microsoft Corporation