Sarah WalczykExecutive Director
Sarah joined the Satterberg Foundation in 2013, after serving for over fourteen years in nonprofit management and fundraising leadership roles in the Seattle area. Prior to joining the Satterberg Foundation, Sarah worked at Science and Management of Addictions, Powerful Voices, YouthCare and the Seattle Art Museum.
Sarah holds a BA from the Evergreen State College.
To contact Sarah, email SarahW (AT) Satterberg (DOT) org
C'Ardiss "CC" Gardner GleserProgram Officer
CC comes to the Satterberg Foundation as a Program Officer. CC has spent her time working with nonprofits focused on equity and changing educational outcomes for underserved children; she previously worked at Rainier Scholars and TAF (Technology Access Foundation). Prior to working in the nonprofit sector, CC spent many years working in software as an engineer and project manager for GE Healthcare (formerly PHAMIS, Inc.). She is very involved in her community, both locally and nationally. She currently serves on the boards of Andrus Family Fund, Charlotte Martin Foundation, Philanthropy Northwest, and The Bush School. She previously served as the National President of the Yale Black Alumni Association and on Yale’s Board of Governors.
CC received her bachelor's degree in African American Studies from Yale University, and an M.Ed. in Education Administration from Seattle University.
To contact CC, email CCG (AT) Satterberg (DOT) org
Brian ZongolowiczProgram Officer
Brian joined the Satterberg Foundation in August 2014 as a Program Officer. Prior to Satterberg, he gained philanthropy experience through working for Philanthropy Northwest, the Seattle Foundation, and the Northwestern Mutual Foundation.
Brian received his bachelor's degree in history from Marquette University and Master of Public Administration from the University of Washington.
To contact Brian, email BrianZ (AT) Satterberg (DOT) org
Caroline MiceliProgram Officer
Caroline joined the Satterberg Foundation in 2014 as a Program Officer. Prior to joining the Satterberg Foundation, Caroline worked with the Medina Foundation in Seattle, the Yellowstone Park Foundation in Bozeman, Montana, and also with the Clinton Foundation in New York. Before switching to a career in the nonprofit sector, Caroline previously worked in the international automotive industry with BMW in Germany, China, and New York and with Toyota at their North American headquarters.
Caroline holds a master's degree from Columbia University in Management and International Affairs. She completed her undergraduate degree in Politics and International Relations at Scripps College, The Claremont Colleges.
To contact Caroline, email CarolineM (AT) Satterberg (DOT) org
Camren McMathOperations Manager
Camren joined Satterberg Foundation in July of 2017 as the Office Manager. Camren is a transplant from Chicago that found his home here in Seattle. He found his footing in the fashion Industry taking on various roles such as Fashion Stylist, Model, Photographer, and a Talent Scout. Now he finds himself wanting to give back to the community that helped shape him with his career change to work in Philanthropy at the Satterberg Foundation.
Camren attended and got his BS at the Art institute of Seattle in Fashion Merchandising and Marketing.
To contact Camren, email CamrenM (AT) Satterberg (DOT) org
Juliet LeProgram Associate
Juliet joined the Satterberg Foundation in June 2018 as a Program Associate. She has gained philanthropic and non-profit experience at organizations both locally and internationally. Prior to joining Satterberg, Juliet worked at Social Venture Partners, Medic One Foundation, and the Institute of Social and Medical Studies (ISMS).
She serves on the Seattle chapters steering committee of Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (AAPIP) and Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy (EPIP). She also serves on the board of Vietnamese Friendship Association (VFA) based in Seattle, WA.
Juliet attended Seattle University’s Alber’s School of Business and Economics and received a bachelor’s degree in International Business and Economics.
To contact Juliet, email JulietL (AT) Satterberg (DOT) org
Lindsey ChenGrants Database Manager
Lindsey joined the Satterberg Foundation in June 2018 as the Grants Database Manager. Lindsey came to Satterberg Foundation as a community organizer and social worker, and previously worked at Puget Sound Sage, City of Seattle, Asian Counseling and Referral Service, and JOIN’s drop-in center. They also co-founded ACRS’s Queer Vision Access Project and ILPS Seattle.
Lindsey holds a Master's in Social Work from University of Washington, and BS in Mathematics from Seattle University.
To contact Lindsey, email LindseyC (AT) Satterberg (DOT) org