Board of Directors
The OlyCAP Board of Directors meets the 2nd Wednesday of every other month.
Greg Brotherton is serving his first term as Jefferson County Commissioner and has been on the OlyCAP Board since 2019. He previously served on the Quilcene School Board, and opened and ran several retail businesses in rural Jefferson County. He brings a passion for regulatory reform and in pursuit of equitable access to the necessities of life. As a recently elected Chair of OlyCAP, Greg is still learning of the breadth and depth of services that OlyCAP offers. As a small rural county, we rely on OlyCAP to offer many of the Human Services that are so critical to positive social outcomes.
Greg brings experience from the tech industry, education, the arts, retail and education as a generalist eager to identify and work collaboratively toward solutions for the many social and economic struggles in our community. The lack of affordable housing is one example of a seemingly intractable problem in our community that OlyCAP has the experience and perspective to address. This lack is consistently identified as a root cause of poor health, social, and economic outcomes. Greg is committed to developing workable solutions for this and other gaps in our social fabric, and thankful to be part of the OlyCAP team as we make real differences in people’s lives.
Amy Howard is a current member of the Port Townsend City Council, and the owner of the Community Redistribution Center. Amy brings twenty years of experience with nonprofit organizations, connection to local government and experience with budgeting and best practice policy to the OlyCAP board. Her areas of special interest include housing, budgeting and equity. Amy has experience working on the staff of nonprofit agencies and has served on the governing boards of The Boiler Room, Port Townsend Main Street, and the Port Townsend Rotary.
Maj-Britt Peacock (pronounced MYbritt) has served on the OlyCAP board since 1999, after serving three years on the HeadStart Policy Council. It has been wonderful to watch all the good that has been accomplished in our two counties, Clallam and Jefferson, and being a part of helping the vulnerable population is the best! She moved here in 1975, waitressing until 1989. Now she is the owner of Beachcomber Café at Fort Flagler (the concession at the state park on Marrowstone) since 2004. She loves this area and community, and serving it by being on the OlyCAP board.
Bill James retired after eighteen years in field sales at Anheuser-Busch, Inc. His positions included District Manager, Division Administrator, Manager of Price Systems, and Business Development Manager. Following his MS degree at Colorado State university he started and was owner /manager of four small businesses in Steamboat Springs, CO, where he lived for sixteen years. Bill’s final position there was General Manager and part owner of a wholesale beverage distributor. He served on the Steamboat Springs School Board and City of Steamboat Springs Transportation Committee, of which he was a chair. He is past president of the Port Townsend Rotary and serves on the boards of Olympic Community Action Programs, Fort Worden PDA, and ECHHO. He is also a past board member of EDC Team Jefferson and Rotary.
After working closely with OlyCAP’s Senior Nutrition and food distribution programs while serving as Executive Director of the Sequim Food Bank, Mark joined the OlyCAP Board of Directors in 2016 upon being elected to the position of County Commissioner. This commitment underscores the wide range of vital programming and services provided throughout the county by OlyCAP, especially in the arenas of housing and homelessness. Mark serves in a leadership capacity on a wide variety of Boards and Commissions ranging from the Olympic View Community Foundation, to the Sequim Food Bank, to the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary Foundation. When not in a meeting, Mark can often be found walking his dogs along the Olympic Discovery Trail, riding his bike up a hill or traveling with his wife Lisa.
Bio coming soon.
Lindsey Schromen-Wawrin lives in Port Angeles. He serves as a city council member and also works as a lawyer.
Anna King is the Early Childhood Education Program Coordinator and Faculty for Peninsula College. Prior to working at the college Anna worked for OlyCAP in the Early Childhood Services programs. She is passionate about children having accesses to quality education programs.