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Lifelong AIDS Alliance announces the appointment of six new members to its Board of Directors
Lifelong AIDS Alliance announces the appointment of six new members to its Board of Directors
Agency brings diverse talent to the fight against AIDS

Lifelong AIDS Alliance, the largest HIV/AIDS service organization in the Pacific Northwest, announced that six community members have recently been confirmed to its Board of Directors.

Elaine DuCharme, Attorney at Law, is a solo practitioner in private practice, specializing in nontraditional family law and assisted reproduction issues. She has previously served as an Adjunct Professor at Seattle University.

Kristina Fatur is an Account Executive with Armfield, Harrison & Thomas, Inc. and has previously worked in Human Resources at Zones, Inc.

James Hunter is a client of and has volunteered for Lifelong since 2000. He has also previously worked as a Call Center Manager for Verizon Wireless.

Anne Marie MacPherson is a Senior Account Executive with The Collins Group, Inc. She was previously the Vice President of Marketing and Development at Seattle Goodwill.

Frank Percival is a Senior Lending Officer at Central Banc Mortgage in Bellevue. He has previously served as Board President of the Greater Seattle Business Association.

Eric Snow is a Senior Vice President of Corporate Operations for the Pacific/Mountain Affiliate of the American Heart Association.

Lifelong AIDS Alliance provides food, housing and health insurance to people living with HIV/AIDS in King County. Lifelong also provides prevention education and is a leader in local, regional and national advocacy for people living with HIV/AIDS. Over 85% of Lifelong AIDS Alliance's clients live on less than $15,000 per year. Lifelong AIDS Alliance is the leading AIDS service organization in the Pacific Northwest and is recognized nationally for its innovative work.



A Lifelong AIDS Alliance press release
Lifelong AIDS Alliance promotes Laura Treadway to Director of Insurance Services
Lifelong AIDS Alliance, the largest HIV/AIDS service organization in the Pacific Northwest, announced today that Laura Treadway, previously Lifelong's Insurance Program Manager, has been promoted to the position of Director of Insurance Services. She will oversee Lifelong's $8 million Evergreen Health Insurance Program, which provides health insurance continuation for people living with HIV/AIDS across Washington State.

Treadway joined the Chicken Soup Brigade as a Development Assistant in October 1997, prior to its merger with Northwest AIDS Foundation to form Lifelong AIDS Alliance in 2001. Since that time, she has filled numerous positions within the development and insurance departments at the organization.

With this promotion, Treadway joins Director of Marketing and Development J. Cory Curtis, Director of Finance and Administration Katherine Kizer and Director of Programs David Richart.

Lifelong AIDS Alliance provides food, housing and health insurance to people living with HIV/AIDS in King County. Lifelong also provides prevention education and is a leader in local, regional and national advocacy for people living with HIV/AIDS. Over 85% of Lifelong AIDS Alliance's clients live on less than $15,000 per year. Lifelong AIDS Alliance is the leading AIDS service organization in the Pacific Northwest and is recognized nationally for its innovative work.



A Lifelong AIDS Alliance press release

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