YPN Creative Council

The YPN Creative Council is comprised of engaged young professionals with a passion for community leadership and positive networking. Representing Chamber member companies from a variety of industries, Creative Council members strive for continuous professional development and growth through YPN and Chamber activities. In turn, Council members have a unique opportunity to build a strong network of connections within the Seattle business community.

In addition, Council members regularly attend YPN and various community events, helping newcomers feel ‘welcomed’ and comfortable engaging with other Seattle young professionals.

For more information:
Complete the "Get Involved" box at right or contact Kayla DeMonte at (206) 389-7338 and

follow YPN Seattle on Facebook and Twitter!




For more information about YPN events
:
Visit the Young Professional Network program page.


2011-2012 YPN Creative Council Members

  • Kayla DeMonte, Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce facebook Twitter Twitter
  • Amy Boyd, Frause facebook Twitter
  • Karen Chan, Swedish Medical Center
  • Bryce Henley, Henley Leadership Group
  • Adrienna Jones, The Gates Foundation facebook Twitter Twitter
  • Dave Kolk, The Rainier Club facebook
  • Sarah Lawer, Nordstrom
  • Tiffany Moss, Chihuly Studio facebook Twitter Twitter
  • Anna Salick, Discovery Institute facebook Twitter
  • Angela Segarra, Seattle Children's
  • Elizabeth Schoenfeld, Leadership Tomorrow facebook Twitter
  • Zac Thorpe, SuperGraphics facebook
  • Kassidy Vietti, Wells Fargo Insurance Services facebook Twitter Twitter

ACT NOW

  • The Chamber's Young Professionals Network (YPN) is the premier young professionals group in Seattle, providing professional development and networking opportunities for emerging leaders ages 21-39.

  • Join a delegation of regional business, government and civic leaders to learn about how New York City has achieved success on issues similar to our own, including a thriving ports and maritime trade sector, revitalizing its parks and waterfront, and nurturing the technology industry.

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