Community Foundation adds new directors

Three recent additions to the Kitsap Community Foundation’s board of directors have been announced by Kol Medina, executive director. They are David Schureman, Judy Henry, and Beverly Kincaid.

“We are extremely pleased by the addition of these experienced board members and community leaders,” Medina stated. “The addition of these individuals to the foundation’s team will allow the foundation to quickly grow and mature and in so doing provide immense benefits to Kitsap County.”

Schureman joins the foundation with an extensive background in finance. He is currently the financial services manager for Kitsap County. Prior to that, he worked as an Assistant State Auditor for Washington State.

Kincaid is a certified grant professional with experience in government, corporate, foundation, and United Way grant applications. She brings a wealth of knowledge of nonprofit grant writing and local nonprofit organizations.

Henry has more than 20 years of professional finance, accounting, and leadership experience. Currently, she is the director of finance for Housing Kitsap. Prior to this position, she was the chief financial officer and controller for large businesses and as the financial consultant for a regional certified public accounting firm.

The foundation has recently developed a new vision for its role in the community.

“The experience, knowledge, and dedication that these new board members bring to the Foundation will allow us to work quickly towards achieving our new vision of increasing the culture of philanthropy in Kitsap County,” Medina said.

For more information on the Kitsap Community Foundation’s, call Medina at 360-698-3622 or visit their website at


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