Board of Directors

Lorrie Baldevia

Lorrie is Chief Operating Officer at MCM. In 2015, Lorrie received the Puget Sound Business Journal’s Women of Influence Award. As a member of ASC’s Board, she spearheaded the “Raise it Up” campaign, which generated over a million dollars for the Center. Lorrie graduated from Seattle University majoring in Marketing and International Business and earned a Leadership Executive MBA at the University.


Janice is a lifelong Seattleite. In 2012 she retired after 30 years at Wesco Electrical Supply. She is a member of Trinity United Methodist Church in Ballard where she has served on various committees. Janice became President of the Seattle District United Methodist Women in September of 2015. The United Methodist Women provide support to ASC each year and Janice has served on the Board in this capacity since 2017.

Trinese Clark

Trinese is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and Health Coach with over 20 years of experience as a social worker, mental health clinician and administrator. She has served children and families in community mental health, therapeutic foster care, and community based agency settings. Trinese received her MSW at the University of Washington. She joined the Board at ASC in 2016.

Rick Dupree

A native Seattleite and University of Washington alumnus, Rick is the Director of Community Partnerships at Seattle Academy. Rick also devotes a significant amount of his time in support of the Seattle Cares Mentoring Movement. Prior to joining Seattle Academy, Rick worked with youth in the Seattle nonprofit sector as Executive Director at both the Rotary and Rainier Vista Branch locations of the Boys & Girls Clubs of King County. Rick has served on the ASC Board since 2016.

Brenda Fitch

Brenda recently retired from her position as the Small Business Liaison Officer for the Boeing Company. She is serving her third term on Atlantic Street Center’s Board, having joined initially in 2011. She holds an MBA from University of Phoneix.


Maurice Kelly

A former Seahawks player, Maurice “Mo” Kelly is now the Vice President of Player Engagement for the Seattle Seahawks. He is responsible for providing club personnel, players and families with programs that foster personal and professional growth. Mo has developed programs designed to assist players in making a smooth transition into and out of professional football in areas such as financial education, career internship programs, and continuing education. He has been on Atlantic Street Center’s Board since 2016.

John Martin

John is a Director in Microsoft’s Office division and brings more than 25 years of leadership experience in the software and technology industry to the Atlantic Street Board, which he joined in 2015. John holds an MBA degree from the University of Washington’s Foster School of Business and provides leadership coaching and mentoring support to Foster students and Microsoft employees.

Lynne Pearson, Secretary

Born in Ontario, Canada, Lynne has lived in the Puget Sound area with her husband since 1990. She works in the library of Finn Hill Middle School in Kirkland, helping students broaden their reading experience. She also owns a freelance editing business. Lynne currently serves on the Finn Hill Parent Teacher Student Association, heads up the Endowment Committee for Bothell United Methodist Church, and is the Secretary for the Atlantic Street Center Board of Directors.

Rhonda Staton, Vice-President

Rhonda has over 35 years of media experience in the Seattle Market, retiring this year from her position as the Retail Advertising Sales Manager at the Seattle Times after a successful 28 year career. She brings her network and media expertise to Atlantic Street Center. Rhonda holds a BA in Education from the University of Texas, Austin. She has served on Atlantic Street Center’s Board since 2008.



Bob Vivian, President

Bob was born in Renton, Washington. He graduated from Indiana University with a BS in Marketing and received an MBA in Economics from Butler University. Bob worked at Graybar Electric in Indiana, Texas, California, and Washington, retiring in 2014 after 37 years with the Fortune 500 company. Currently, Bob serves on the Boards of his Home Owner’s Association, the Indiana University Alumni Association’s Seattle Chapter, and as the President of the Board for Atlantic Street Center, of which he has been a member since 2013. Bob is active on the Missions Team at Faith United Methodist Church.

Matt Walker, Treasurer

Matt is the Manager of Finance & Accounting at Saltchuk Resources, Washington state’s largest private employer. Previously, he spent 5 years in public accounting, working with both large multinational corporations and small & medium sized entities. Matt holds a B.A. in Philosophy from the University of Washington and a B.S. in Accounting from Washington State University. He joined the ASC Board in 2016.

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