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KHS adds members to its board

The Board of Directors of Kitsap Humane Society (KHS) has added seven new members during the past few months, bringing the total to 16.

The seven most recent additions to the board are:

Frank Gibbons, Bainbridge Island. Gibbons was a US Navy Lieutenant Commander and nuclear submarine officer. He was educated at Harvard, MIT and the US Naval Academy and has years of business experience.  Gibbons is currently a consultant providing business development solutions.

Kevin Kelly, Port Orchard. Kelly is a senior deputy prosecuting attorney with Kitsap County and was selected by his office to acquire a Courthouse Dog through Canine Companions for Independence (CCI).

Gale Kirsopp, Poulsbo. Kirsopp started two businesses in the past 17 years, an accounting software consulting firm and an outsourced accounting firm catering to legal professionals for which she is serving as managing partner.

Kelly Morrow, Bainbridge Island. Morrow is a CPA, working part-time at Nordstrom and as business manager at Sound Counsel Realty.

David Sanders, Bainbridge Island. Sanders is an executive vice president at Casey Family Programs in Seattle, responsible for CFP’s public policy work and work with states. His work in support of child welfare has included directing the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services.

Pamela Sobeck, Bainbridge Island. Sobeck is a retired Supervising Deputy Attorney General with the California State Attorney General’s office where she worked for 28 years. Sobeck has a BS in Zoology from UC-Davis.

Erin Thomassen, Bainbridge Island. Thomassen was a senior executive for Expeditors International of Washington, Inc. for 17 years and brings to the KHS extensive sales, marketing, business development, and high-level management skills across diverse cultures and business landscapes.

 

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