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Board of Directors

Wonderland Founder, Office & Billing Consultant, Board member since 2002

Barbara Murray

I am proud to be an original founding member of Wonderland and have served on the board on and off for 45 years. To see Wonderland grow over the years and to serve so many children, to see the care the staff provides is truly inspiring. Wonderland provides very specialized care for children with special needs and our staff make a difference, truly enhancing the lives of many children and their families.
Finance Director, Intellectual Ventures, Board member since 2009

Carl Cornish

Pediatrician, The Everett Clinic - Shoreline, Board member since 2016

Kristi Kiyonaga, MD

As a pediatrician I see the critical importance of early childhood development. I collaborate with parents to ensure that each child is growing and developing to their highest potential. Wonderland offers exceptional, family-centered early support services to my patients, and this is why I joined the Board of Directors.
Early Childhood Educator, Wonderland Alumna, Board member since 2017

Courtney Hayes, Secretary

As a former client, I can testify to the importance of early support in the immediate lives and future selves of children with developmental delays or disabilities. I’m excited to see more children come through and continue to thrive as I have. It’s a pleasure to watch how Wonderland has grown since my time, and I’m honored to be a member of the Wonderland Board of Directors and give back to an organization that helped my family and myself so much over the years.
Scheduler/Buyer/Planner, Fluke Corporation, Board member since 2018

Scott Cornish, President

I am a big believer in the importance of early support, and I am in awe at the positive impact of Wonderland services. I also think it is vitally important to give back to the community, so being able to play a small role in the continued growth and success of Wonderland is a very gratifying experience.
Founder & CEO, Nurturing Pathways, Inc. Board member since 2019

Christine Marshall

Director, Product Management, Artica, Board member since 2020

Barrett Rodgers, Vice President

I’ve seen the impact that early support services can have in a child’s life, and I believe they are vitally important. I also believe in the importance of improving equity in all aspects of life, especially for children, who have no say in the inequities they face. The core of Wonderland’s mission revolves around these two tenets, and it shows in their work. This resonated deeply with me, and I joined the Board of Directors to apply my professional skills and personal passion to help Wonderland make an even greater impact in our community.
Senior Program Manager, Amazon, Board member since 2021

Abbie Sims, Treasurer

I strongly believe Wonderland’s mission to provide specialized therapy and support to children and families is urgently important in today’s society. I look forward to helping reach more families in our community with creative, equitable solutions to expand these life-changing services.
Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Microsoft, Board member since 2022

Jen Bradley

As a mother of three small children, a nephew with special needs, and whose mom was an RN in Family Birthing for 35+ years serving underprivileged families—this organization serendipitously felt like the right fit to get involved. Wonderland's incredible impact on the children and families in our local community is inspiring and humbling, and I am honored to be involved with such a wonderful organization that provides the love, care and resources for so many in need.
Manager, Artica, Board member since 2022

Vladyslav S. Bobrovnyk

The work that Wonderland champions in Washington and the U.S. as a whole is only becoming more important as we witness the opioid epidemic's long-term impact. I am proud to be able to contribute to and support our communities through Wonderland's advocacy. However, what truly makes Wonderland unique to me is the ubiquity of encouraging stories from all who enter its doors, where its true impact can be felt; providing these services to all who need it is what we are striving for, and I am honored to have the opportunity to serve on Wonderland's Board with my fellow Directors.
Attorney and Founding Member, Clement & Drotz, PLLC, Board member since 2022

W. Scott Clement

I am excited to serve on the board of Wonderland and to support its mission. As a litigation attorney, I have seen first hand the impact of trauma on children and their families and the need for the resources provided by Wonderland.
Perinatal Social Worker, Foster Parent, Parent to Wonderland Clients, Board member since 2022

Sarah L. Crowder, MSW, LICSW

Wonderland has been a staple in both my professional and personal lives for over ten years, serving the families that I met in the hospital setting, supporting two of my own children who demonstrated early developmental delays, and advocating for the foster children my family has been privileged to parent. I have seen firsthand the difference that early support services can make in a child's developmental journey and their caregivers' coping and confidence. Every child — particularly our community's most vulnerable — deserves the opportunity to reach his/her/their highest potential, and that is why I am proud and excited to join Wonderland's Board of Directors.
Manager of Customer Operations, Artica, Board member since 2022

Sondra Harris

My granddaughter was born with PSE in 2018, and our family has benefitted from the services provided by Wonderland's Hope Rising Clinic. I understand firsthand how imperative early childhood support is to set a child and family up for success. I am both honored and grateful for the opportunity to use my personal and previous advocacy experience to support Wonderland and all the services they provide to children, families, and the community.
Corporate Attorney, Cairncross & Hempelmann, P.S., Board member since 2022

Chris Larsen

As a parent of five, and having faced unique trauma and hardship in my own family, the mission of Wonderland to support the diverse needs of children and families could not resonate with me more. Children are too often unable to speak their needs and it takes an organization such as Wonderland to provide services to families to help these children realize their potential and get the care they need. My profession as an attorney has allowed me to externally assist and advise companies and boards, but being part of Wonderland's Board affords me the opportunity to make an impact and serve the needs of our community from the inside.
Board member since 2022

Kyle McGee

I started my career working in healthcare, helping individuals who would otherwise live in a facility to live at home. My last 4 years in healthcare were spent working with pediatric patients, and I know first hand how hard it is to get families the proper resources they need to survive, let alone thrive. They need a champion in their corner, and I'm so excited to be part of that team!

Advisory Board & Community Council

Project Manager, Anderson Specialties LLC, Advisory Board Member

Erika Anderson

I am involved with Wonderland because a friend of mine received services from this outstanding organization over 30 years ago, and today she is thriving! She showcases the importance of early intervention and the impact it can have on the lives in our community. I am so proud to volunteer with Wonderland to further this mission in our community.
Doctor of Neurology, Seattle Children’s Autism Center, Advisory Board Member

Peter Kollros, MD

I have always thought it important to volunteer and to model community service for my children and younger colleagues. I have served as a Cub Scout leader and on boards for an independent school and a small medical research fund, as well as participated on numerous committees and councils.

As a child neurologist, I have worked with children with special needs for over 35 years. It is immensely gratifying to see and to be part of the wonderful work that Wonderland is doing providing services to children and their families. But one of the best parts of this work is that I get to meet and learn from other board members and Wonderland staff, amazing and talented people dedicated to helping children with special needs. I believe that Wonderland is truly remarkable and the best organization of its kind.

Underwriting Team Lead, VP, Key Bank, Community Council Member

Adrienne Montoya

I have attended many Wonderland events over the past several years and I love what the organization does to help our community. I began volunteering with Wonderland because I wanted to be able to give back to children and families in need, in a more meaningful way.
Owner, Pienovi Healthcare, LLC, Community Council Member

Sil Pienovi

My career involvement in the healthcare industry, regionally and nationally, has given me a clear picture of the need for effective, efficient care. My personal experience as the adoptive parent of a child with FASD has emphasized the importance of personalization and compassion in that care. Wonderland and Hope RISING Clinic embody these values.

I am passionate about the need to widely expand public awareness regarding the prevalence of FASD, and about the potential for using state of the art knowledge to help the millions of children, adults, their families, and communities affected by prenatal exposure to alcohol and drugs. I hope to begin to achieve this by serving on the board of Fascets.org (Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Consulting Education and Training Services), and now on Wonderland’s Community Council.

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