Terry is deeply committed to the ideal of service to others. She began her career in service at YES; Youth Eastside Services, as the Manager of SUCCESS in the Bellevue Schools. From there she enjoyed a tenure at the School Based Program of Big Brothers Big Sisters of King County and many years as the Director of Columbia Lutheran’s In-Home Care Division. Following her passion for small business she led the Monroe Downtown Association as Executive director where she gained valuable experience and knowledge of the National Main Street Program. As Executive Director of the HDSA she is committed to Snohomish and working with the community. She is energized by team building, volunteer recruitment, designing successful business strategies, and forming sustainable partnerships with community stakeholders.
Ingrid is the co-owner of Snohomish Bakery and First & Union Kitchen and has been actively involved in the HDSA since 2013. While she wears many hats as business owner and scientist, Ingrid finds time is her busy schedule to be an active volunteer for events and is currently chair of the Organization Committee.
Pam has been a proud resident of the Historic Downtown Snohomish community since 2018 and has a passion for saving and restoring old historic homes. She is a local Realtor, has a background in accounting, and has experience being on the board and volunteering with local non-profit dog rescues. Pam has been a board member since 2019 and is currently Co-chair of the Economic Vitality Committee.
Judi Ramsey has been an area resident for 30 years. Owner of the local gift shop, Artisans Mercantile, Judi has been active in HDSA since 2015 on the Promotions Committee where she served as Co-chair, and has been instrumental in putting on the Snohomish Tweed Ride each year. Judi is the current chair of the Promotions Committee and the Events sub-committee.
Karen was recently elected to the board and will tell us more about herself soon.
After 28 years as a systems analyst, technical designer and project manager in the aerospace industry, Frederic (aka Gibbs) retired in 2017 to do his part to save the world, one calm discussion over coffee at a time. Gibbs has been involved with Historic Downtown Snohomish Association since 2010 as a sponsor/fundraiser and volunteer. He is currently a board member and Chair of the Economic Vitality Committee.
Kelli was born and raised in the area and currently lives in Snohomish with her husband and three kids. Three generations of Toomey's currently reside in Snohomish and have for over 30 years. Kelli has a heart for small businesses and is the previous owner of Oopsie Daisy Boutique on 1st Street in Historic Downtown Snohomish. Kelli has been a board member since 2019 and has been an active volunteer since 2017.