Meet the EGH Board
Jean Edelhertz, President
Advisor, US SBA SCORE
Jean advises a portfolio of entrepreneurs at SCORE and is an officer with the Act of Giving Foundation. She joined this board to support EGH’s work providing care to women in need and partnering with them to pursue individual goals. She’s inspired by EGH’s impact and by the respectful, inclusive community that EGH fosters
Marie-Claude Milot, Vice President
Darigold - Human Resources
As Head of People, Culture & Engagement Excellence at Darigold Marie-Claude was recently the recipient of the Puget Sound Business Journal‘s Women of Influence Awards, which honors the top female business and civic leaders. She joined EGH’s Board of Directors as she likes to contribute to causes that positively impact people in her community.
Katie Hawley, Treasurer
Hudson Bay Insulation Company
Jillian Jones, Secretary
VP, Financial Planning & Analysis at Symetra
Jillian is a finance executive with over 15 years’ experience analyzing, communicating, and forecasting financial results. Through Symetra’s community engagement program, she learned about EGH and was inspired by the stories of the women that it has served. Jillian joined the Board of Directors at EGH because she believes that its values of Respect, Inclusion, Community, and Empathy are critical to making a positive impact on people’s lives.
Roger Morris, Past President
Realtor, Windermere Real Estate
As a Realtor, Roger works with individuals who have a home and most likely a community. Roger joined the Board of Directors at EGH to work on the other side and help an organization that provides direct services to women who don’t have homes at the moment and need a supportive place to access services.
Erin Bryn Fetridge
Partner, The Actors Group
Erin is a Northwest native. She’s been an actress, restaurant owner and farmer. For the last 9 years she’s been a partner in The Actors Group, representing actors for film and television. Erin has been volunteering at the front desk for over 2 years and was drawn to board service by a desire to help support the continued growth and success of Elizabeth Gregory Home and the difference it makes in clients’ lives.
Director, Worldwide Enterprise Skills Transformation, Amazon Web Services
Patricia serves as Director, Worldwide Enterprise Skills Transformation at Amazon Web Services. A long-time Seattle resident who has recently returned to the area, Patricia was first introduced to EGH at the annual gala. Inspired by EGH’s mission and impact, Patricia joined the board to offer her ongoing support of EGH’s work to provide dignity, hope and basic services to the most vulnerable members of our community.
Attorney, Keller Rohrback, LLC
Glen is a business attorney, advising corporations, financial institutions, and individuals who have generally been fortunate in life. Glen joined the Board of Directors at EGH because he wanted to have a positive impact on people’s lives. His concern and empathy for the broken dreams of women who are homeless has motivated him to encourage all of us to help in any way we can.
Virginia Mason Franciscan Health
Margoan is a member of the Clinical Informatics team of Virginia Mason Franciscan Health and a Certified Scrum Master. Working with Application Engineers she applies Agile Methodology to electronic health record enhancement work.
As a 40 year member of University Lutheran Church, Margoan joined the EGH board to support the work of this vital ministry.
Premera Blue Cross
Miriam Okot-Okidi is a Clinical Relationship Manager at Premera Blue Cross and a dedicated EGH volunteer. Miriam joined the Board of Directors at EGH to help women who are in vulnerable situations.
TV & Radio Broadcaster
Adam has been the voice and face of the morning traffic anchor on KCPQ 13 and KNKX-FM for almost two decades and moonlights as a film critic. His background in radio engineering and IT lets him combine the artistic and scientific parts of his brain. He is looking to make a bigger positive impact in the community.
King County Prosecutor
Michelle Gregoire is a deputy prosecuting attorney with King County where she tries cases ranging from child abuse to murder. Michelle joined the Board of EGH to help the homeless population of greater Seattle, including homeless women who all to often are the victims of the crimes she prosecutes.
Founder/CEO, The Remedy Lab
Pam is a creative director with more than 20 years experience building and supporting brands for corporate, media, and nonprofit clients. Pam is moved by our clients and our mission, and motivated to shine a light on the beautiful work done here.
Jay Corker Free
Jay is a trial attorney and attorney investigator for employees in whistleblower, discrimination, harassment, and retaliation claims. Jay joined the EGH Board of Directors as his concern for his neighbors who are experiencing homeless has grown.
Amy Helen Johnson