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 Mark Hurtubise reducedColor

 Mark Hurtubise | President & CEO

Mark joined Inland Northwest Community Foundation as president and CEO in May 2005. He offers a unique blend of executive leadership, fund development and law, as well as years of community service. Prior to INWCF, he held various administrative and faculty positions in higher education. Mark served as President of Mount Marty College in South Dakota and academic Vice-President and President of Sierra Nevada College in Lake Tahoe. Prior to a career in higher education, he was an attorney in San Francisco. Mark holds a doctorate in education in organizational leadership from the University of San Francisco, a law degree from Lincoln University Law School, a Master of Arts in History from Santa Clara University and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from St. Joseph’s College in Indiana.

Gift Planning

 PJ Watters reduced Color

 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | Director of Gift Planning

PJ joined Inland Northwest Community Foundation in October 2005 and currently develops programs, products and services assisting donors and professional advisors in achieving their philanthropic goals and designing legacies that will be long remembered. PJ has over 10 years experience as a development officer and over 20 years of leadership in nonprofit organizations, such as Group Health and Morning Star Boys’ Ranch. She holds a Master of Health Science/Health Education from Whitworth University. Her volunteer leadership includes chairing local Boards for the American Red Cross, American Heart Association and Chase Youth Commission. PJ also served as an examiner for the National Institute of Standards and Technology Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.

 Colette Jarvelin reduced Color

 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | Gift Planning Specialist

Collette joined Inland Northwest Community Foundation in July 2014. Working closely with the Director of Gift Planning, she assists donors with charitable funds; as well as collaborates with nonprofit agencies to design products and services to promote organizational sustainability—increasing their capacity to better serve our community. Additionally, she is responsible for coordinating the annual appeal in support of the Foundation’s Partnership Fund. Collette comes to INWCF with over 10 years of nonprofit experience, starting her career with a work-study position at Habitat for Humanity-Spokane. During her seven-year tenure at The Nature Conservancy, she gained valuable experience in operations, fundraising, board management, and volunteer engagement. Collette holds a Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations from Gonzaga University.

Grants and Community Engagement

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This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | Director of Community Engagement

Molly joined Inland Northwest Community Foundation as grants program officer in 2008. Today, as the Foundation’s Director of Community Engagement, she is responsible for developing and managing the Foundation’s grant making, community engagement and marketing activities. With a degree in Journalism from Eastern Washington University, Molly has held a variety of positions in print and broadcast journalism, public relations and nonprofit development and communications.

 Lauren Nissen reducedColor

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | Grants Program Officer

Lauren joined the Foundation in May of 2014. She serves as the Foundation’s contact for applicants, grantees, committee volunteers, scholarship recipients and the general public. Lauren manages the Foundations competitive grant process and oversees the scholarship and donor-advised process. She works closely with the nonprofit community regarding funding that is available and then measures the impact the Foundation is having on organizations and the community through the competitive grant process. She holds a Bachelors degree in Public Relations with a minor in Visual Communication Design and a Masters in Public Administration. Lauren’s prior experience includes working in fund development at a nationally based, girl-centered nonprofit organization. Lauren’s involvement with INWCF began with a one-month internship in 2010 while she was in college that evolved into a part-time marketing position here at the Foundation for 2 years while she earned her master’s degree.

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This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | Grants Program Assistant

Terri joined the Foundation in July 2015 as Grants Program Assistant and is responsible for the Foundation’s donor-advised, designated and scholarship grant programs. Terri currently attends Whitworth University where she is working toward a degree in Organizational Management. Most recently, Terri served as Interim Bookkeeper/Payee Coordinator with Spokane Valley Partners. She has extensive community volunteer experience, as well as professional office bookkeeping and accounts payable experience.

 

 

 

 

Finance and Administration

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 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | Controller

Chris joined the Foundation in 2014. He has more than 15 years of accounting experience - primarily in the nonprofit sector - which includes analyzing financial data, preparing financial reports, budgeting and forecasting for budgets up to $15 million. Most recently he served as finance director at Girl Scouts of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho. Chris also teaches fund accounting and budget management at Whitworth University. Chris holds a master's degree in business administration and a bachelor's degree in accounting.

 

 Barbara Botterbusch

 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | Staff Accountant

Barbara joined the Foundation in April 2016. She assists the Controller in the administration of accounting and finance function. She has an extensive background in accounting, auditing and payroll, as well as staff training and budgeting experience. Barbara holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration – Accounting from Eastern Washington University, Spokane. She participates in a great amount of volunteer work throughout the Spokane area and enjoys building relationships with people to achieve common goals.

 

 Kathy Johnson

 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | Executive Assistant

Kathy oversees administrative staff and provides administrative support for the President and CEO and the Director of Gift Planning. She provides staff support for all board and committee meetings and manages data tracking of gift acknowledgments and donor-advised grant recommendations, as well as maintaining donor information and correspondence. Kathy’s prior experience includes 12 years in the planning and production of special events in the Spokane region and 11 years as a city clerk.

 

 Lou Wilmot

 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | Administrative Assistant

Lou serves as the administrative assistant and front desk receptionist. She provides administrative support to all staff. Her prior experience includes 15 years with the Spokane Symphony as the annual fund manager/database administrator and during the period of time as an active duty Navy wife she had jobs at AT&T in the Stock and Bond Unit and Abbott Laboratories as the department secretary.

 

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Suite 606
Spokane, Washington 99201
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