Margaret has been with Wellness House since 2007 as the Development Director and then as the Executive Director. Margaret graduated from Lakeside School in Seattle and later earned a degree in business from the University of Puget Sound. She has used her education and experience to enrich the lives of others by serving her community for over eighteen years. As the Executive Director, she consistently acts as a responsible steward of donations and resources, keeping Wellness House stable throughout an unstable economy, while furthering Mazie's dream. Margaret's passion stems from the experience of working with the "amazing supporters, survivors, and volunteers of Wellness House". While she humbly gives credit to others, Margaret is a true inspiration to us all personally and professionally.
Amy was hired as a part time Client Advocate, in-house Counselor, and Facilitator for the Women's Depression Support Group, after completing her internship placement through Washington State University in April of 2008. While Amy continues to provide counseling and group facilitation, she is now the full-time Program Director designing and creating programs to expand services in keeping with the mission of Wellness House and Mazie's dreams, and helping raise funds to support our programs. Amy holds a BA in Human Development with a minor in Psychology from Washington State University. Aside from counseling, Amy was a successful business owner for over eleven years. Due to her personal experiences, she was called away from business administration to serve others on their wellness journey.