MBCC Board of Directors

The Mount Baker Community Club Board Members are tireless supporters and advocates for the Mount Baker neighborhood. They believe in the mission of the Clubhouse, to be the heart of Mount Baker, and they generously contribute their time and energy to help the Mount Baker community thrive.

Many of our Board Members participate in various Board Committees. Each committee is charged with a set of goals meant to ensure alignment with the Community Club's mission. Committees include; parks & open spaces, zoning and land use, programs and development. If you're interested in getting involved in the Board or its Committees, let us know.

Board Members 2017

Alison Andrew

Communications Chair

Alison moved to from London to Seattle in 2012 to take up a CMO position and start her great American adventure. She and her husband Craig moved to Mount Baker in the summer of 2016 and have fallen in love with the charm and community feel of the area. She has three wonderful stepchildren, Catherine (in photo), Noa and Elizabeth.

She has held a previous non-profit board position and writes regularly for the MBCC newsletter. Part of her “Americanization” has been to become a huge Mariners fan and she and Craig can be found at Safeco field quite often through the season!

She has been on the Board since Spring 2017.


Dawn Counts

Board Member at Large


Dawn moved to Seattle "a place I'd never been before", in spring 1975 and never left. S

he and her daughter, Nicole have lived in Capital Hill, Ravenna, and Roosevelt districts, until she bought a small home in Mt Baker fall of 1997.  Her grandson, Curtis, was born 3 months later and they all love it here! 

The parks, schools, walk/jog trails, and community activities are part of what keeps her family here. The availability of local community centers and excellent sports teams (he plays both basketball & football) are another reason.


Judith Yarrow

Governance & Nominations Committee Chair


Judith is the former president of Mount Baker Community Club. She has lived in Mount Baker since 1974.  She joined the MBCC board in 2011, the same year she retired as a communications manager from the UW School of Public Health. "I’ve always been interested in community projects and have worked most recently to develop the Charlestown Hillclimb. I’m a proud supporter of this neighborhood and appreciate the work MBCC has done to create community and strengthen bonds among neighborhood residents."

When not busy in the community, Judith enjoys writing poetry and short fiction, beading, gardening, and walking.

Michelle Forbes

Board Member at Large

Michelle was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA but spent many of her summer holidays as a youth with her mother's family in Mount Baker. Before moving to Seattle in 2013, Michelle helped run micro-businesses in real estate, the professional sports industry, and the fitness industry.

Having a desire and drive to support small businesses thrive, she immediately got involved at The Feed Store, initially working weekends only, but was soon offered a full time managerial position and the opportunity to relaunch her family ice cream business.

Having roots here, Mount Baker was the only neighborhood she considered living and to create her own community away from home.


Mark Temmel

Clubhouse Chair


Mark is a Seattle native that has lived in the Mount Baker neighborhood since 2012.

He joined the MBCC in 2013 and is passionate about the value of community and is dedicated to various organizations and activities.

Mark holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Western Washington University. Professionally, he is a commercial real estate broker with Temmel Real Estate. In his spare time he loves to cook, watch baseball and travel.


Ron Suter

Board Member at Large

Ron and his wife Ann have been Mount Baker residents since 1984. They have both volunteered with MBCC in various capacities over the years, driving and hosting for the home tour as well as having their own home on the tour, cooking and working in booths at Day in the Park and manning the bar at club events. Ann has also previously served on the MBCC Board. After retiring from Boeing in 2012, Ron was looking for volunteer opportunities, so when the opportunity arose, he agreed to serve on the MBCC Board as the General Counsel. "This position allows me to use my legal and business skills while giving back to the Mount Baker community."


Peter Greaves



Peter Greaves moved to Seattle in 1977 after graduating from Syracuse University. Greaves is an architect and a Mt. Baker resident since 1986. he is the current President of the Mount Baker Community Club.

Peter is a serial volunteer and has invested his time in a number of Seattle non-profits, including AIA Seattle (President in 2005 and officer or Director from 1995 – 2006), and AIA Washington Council (President in 2006, Director 2005-2007). He has been a Director of the Seattle Architectural Foundation and currently serves on the Board of The Seattle International Dance Festival.

He is also an active participant in the Neighborhood Planning process as a Mt. Baker resident. Peter is currently President and Clubhouse Chair of the Club, and has been on the Board since 2010.

Reed Miller

Board Member

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Reed was born and raised in Renton, WA but has lived in Mount Baker with his wife Emily since 2012.  They didn’t know much about Mount Baker when they moved in, but now they couldn’t imagine living anywhere else in the city.  

You’ll find Reed watching his kids burn off steam at the park or having family picnics at the lake in the summer.  In his free time, Reed enjoys cooking, swimming, and is an avid movie buff.  He also dabbles in homebrewing beer and other types of fermentation. 

Reed looks forward to helping the Mount Baker Community Club remain a large part of what makes this neighborhood great.


Bill Davis

Co-chair - ZLUPT


In 1969, Bill bought a house in close to Franklin High School, where his brother Tom was a junior. After 15 years with the Pacific Northwest Bell Telephone Company, Bill started his own software company in 1986. He has also volunteered with Griffin Home for Boys, part of Friends of Youth. And is also a member of Southeast Seattle Crime Prevention Council (SSCPC) which works with Seattle Police Dept. to expand communication between the community and the police department. Bill was elected to the MBCC Board in 2009 and has also served as MBCC Treasurer. He has served as Board Secretary since 2010.


Judy McBroom

MLK, Jr. Scholarships


Development Chair

Position vacant - Contact president@mountbaker.org if you would like to find out more

Mike Brosius

Board Member at Large


Mike, his wife Laura, their 3 children & 4 cats moved to Mount Baker in 2009. They have lived in 9 different cities, including Seoul Korea, and wanted to find a neighborhood that they could "settle" down in for a long time. They were attracted to the architecture and diversity of the neighborhood, as well as the deep sense of community.

They are preservationists and have redone many older homes with the focus on making them look as original as possible. Their tudor home was on the 2011 home tour. Keep an eye out for Mike, riding his bike through the neighborhood, & Laura working in the garden.

Ashley Mouldon

Chair - Mount Baker View Subcommittee

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Ashley is a Midwest transplant to the Pacific Northwest and has fallen in love with everything Seattle has to offer. She attended college and graduate school in Chicago, receiving her MA in Writing and Publishing and is an avid writer and reader.  Taking on the volunteer role of Editor for The View was a no brainer as community journalism has always been important to her.

 Ashley has lived in the Mount Baker neighborhood for five years with her boyfriend Alex and their rescue pit bull, Leo. When not at work at the nonprofit, Youth in Focus, Ashley can be found in her vegetable garden at the neighborhood p-patch or in the kitchen experimenting with new recipes. 

 She is excited to bring community news to her neighbors and would love to extend the invitation to become a writer for The View to anyone who has a knack for storytelling! 


Victoria Romero

Co-chair Disaster Preparedness and Neighborhood Safety Committee

Victoria has been a Mount Baker resident since 1982, first in the Strickler Townhouses off S. Massachusetts and then in the home she and her husband Tony (Colin) purchased in 1985 for their blended family.

Her love for the Mount Baker community is evident in her volunteer work, most notably her work organizing neighbors to respond proactively to safety concerns and disaster preparedness.

She is a founding member of the Mount Baker Safe Neighborhood Committee and with this group of neighbors, organized private patrol,  workshops with SPD (Calling 911), SNAP (neighborhood disaster preparedness), and the Red Cross (family disaster preparedness).


Jean Stolzman

Co-chair Disaster Preparedness and Neighborhood Safety Committee

Jean and her husband, Barry, moved to Mount Baker in the Spring of 2008 when Barry transferred to Seattle for a job. They fell in love with the old houses and blooming cherry trees along Lake Washington and, quickly, new neighbors became life-long friends. Jean is an architect and an East Coast transplant. She loves walks through the neighborhood with their dog, meeting new neighbors, discovering footpaths, stairways and streets with old, ornate houses. Celebrating and protecting this neighborhood is important to Jean. She and several neighbors started the Mount Baker Safe Neighborhood Committee. With that experience, she’s looking forward to working with the Mount Baker community to raise awareness of disaster preparedness and public safety.


Travis  Watt

Board Member at Large


Travis has lived in Mount Baker with his wife Kaitlin since 2013. They are both Seattle natives having moved to Mount Baker because they enjoyed the access to parks, schools and the light rail station.

Joining the MBCC board is a chance for him to be involved in club leadership as the community continues to develop. He looks forward to helping make Mount Baker an even better place to live. When not working on various home remodel projects he enjoys playing soccer and hiking with friends. 


David  Darby

Chair - Program Committee

David Darby and his wife, Connie, have lived in Mount Baker for 14 years and love the many elements that make this neighborhood special. David’s career has allowed him to address marketing from diverse angles – as a start-up manager, corporate product manager at Amazon and Microsoft, agency executive and business consultant – for over 20 years. He is currently a senior consultant with Boost! Collective, a local marketing services firm.

Mark  Hannum

Treasurer/Finance Chair

Mark grew up in Colorado and moved to Washington in 1989. He bought his first Home in Columbia City in 1991 and then moved to Mt. Baker in 2002. He has been working on his 1908 house on Hunter Blvd since then. After considerable restoration Mark’s house was on the 2005 Mt. Baker home tour.

After graduating from the University of Colorado majoring in German and History and moving to Seattle, he continued his love for preservation and architecture by serving for the Columbia City Landmarks review committee, being a founding member of the Rainier Valley Historical Society and serving two terms on the Southeast Seattle Design review board. Most recently, he completed service on the Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board where he was chair and is currently serving on the board of The Washington Trust for Historic Preservation as Treasurer. 

When not volunteering, Mark works at HomeStreet Bank where he has been for almost 21 years in the position of Senior Loan Officer.


Marilyn Barker


Marilyn and her husband Earl lived in Enumclaw for 40 years and moved to Mount Baker in 2014 after they sold the family business. She grew up in Tacoma and is a UW graduate. Marilyn enjoys sewing, crafts, gardening, antique malls, travel, and living in a wonderful neighborhood full of classic old homes close to the lake and city life. They have a son in West Seattle and a daughter in New York City. Marilyn and Earl are currently planning a major restoration/remodel of their 1924 colonial.