Meet the SFOM Board of Directors
SFOM is an entirely volunteer-run organization, and its success depends on members who share their time, skills, energy and enthusiasm within this community. The board is a group of SFOM parents who plan how the club can best support our families, run and grow current programs, host upcoming events, and create a vision for the future.
Current members are always welcome at board meetings. We meet over snacks and drinks one evening a month to share some social time and hold a business meeting. Please see our Events page for info on our upcoming board meetings.
Interested in volunteering? Whether you are interested in building connections and friendships with other parents of multiples or looking for opportunities to use your skills in support of a non-profit, there are many ways give back within this community — from helping at a single event, to doing outreach to members, to volunteering in a role on the board. We are always looking for member volunteers and we enjoy seeing both new and familiar faces! If you are interested in learning more, you are welcome to attend a board meeting, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2023-24 Board Members
President: Mara Carlton
Vice Presidents: Heather Pillsbury
Secretary: Alyssa Hislop
Treasurer: Molly Hubbard
General Board & Key Volunteers
Book Club: Laura den Hartigh
Membership Administrator: Bryony Squillace
Membership System Administrator: Katy King
New Member Outreach: Kristin Klansnic
Parent night out: OPEN role
PEMS Participants Coordinator: Megan Reibel
PEMS Leader Coordinator: Lara Diener
Playdates & Outings: Bryony Squillace
5 & Up (school-age): Faith Blackmore
Preemie Closet: Faith Blackmore
Sale Leads: Heather Pillsbury, Faith Blackmore, Alyssa Hislop
Year One Coordinators: Jill Big Eagle & Katie Van Horne
Website Manager: Alyssa Hislop
Members at Large: Anna Smith, Sarah Larsen, Jennifer Newkirk, Anna Van Pelt, Rebecca Piha
Thank you to our former board members! Your generosity, commitment, and stewardship has helped build what Seattle Families of Multiples is today.