Mike Miller is the President of the Board of Directors and a volunteer at the Lynnwood Food Bank. He was in the U.S Marine Corps for seven years then worked for years as an account executive and ultimately owner in the marine insurance brokerage industry in Alaska and Washington. Mr. Miller’s varied experiences encompass among other credentials -high level entrepreneurship, environmental disaster recovery, and mentoring immigrants.
Michelle Meyer has been the Finance Director for the City of Lynnwood since March of 2021. She has over 20 years of experience in local government agencies, primarily in municipal finance director roles focused on accounting, investments, debt management, economic development, and operational and capital budgeting. Ms. Meyer holds a Master of Public Administration degree.
Wally Webster II is a retired Senior Vice President of Bank of America, where he worked for over 32 years. During Mr. Webster’s tenure at Bank of American he achieved a Six Sigma Black Belt certification and led enterprise-wide project teams of subject matter experts (SMEs) to improve customer satisfaction, quality of the Bank’s sales and services, and fulfillment functions. Mr. Webster is a graduate of the Pacific Coast Banking School at the University of Washington. Mr. Webster’s current community engagement includes Trustee, Board of Trustees for Edmonds College; Community Member, Snohomish County Multiple Agency Response Team (SMART) team that investigates police use of force incidents; Member, City of Lynnwood Police Chief Advisory Committee; Treasurer & Board Member, Lynnwood Sister Cities Association; Member, Steering Committee, Volunteers of America (VOAWW) Lynnwood Neighborhood Center; and President, Pacific Northwest Bankers Association.
Taylor Nordby is Vice President of MII Properties, a firm managing holdings in Washington, California, and Nevada. She previously worked in Project Management for Nordstrom. Ms. Nordby has a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the Foster School of Business at the University of Washington. She grew up in North Seattle and has a long history and passion for the area.
Rosario Reyes is the Founder and Executive Director of the Latino Educational Training Institute that develops programs to facilitate the success of Spanish-speaking and bilingual persons in the US. She has been a Lynnwood resident for 32 years and has dedicated her energy to successfully establishing and expanding her business in the Lynnwood area while focusing on community development.
Vivian Dong is a senior engineer with extensive expertise in technology, advertising, and finance. She is also the founder of Safe Lynnwood, a grassroots community organization composed of ordinary parents and residents deeply committed to enhancing the safety and well-being of Lynnwood city. Moreover, she serves as the Community Director for Asian Parents for Educational Excellence, an organization dedicated to bridging the gap between the Asian immigrant community and the public education system. Having confronted the challenges of being an Asian immigrant herself, her primary motivation is to assist those facing similar circumstances, helping them overcome unique obstacles, fulfill their dreams, and find a comfortable place to call home in this community.