Sequim Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce

2020 Board Nominees

2020 Board Nominees

JULIANNE COONTS – COSTCO: Julianne has been a long-time resident of the Sequim area. Moving here in 1984 with her family she attended and graduated from Sequim High School. Her love for this community runs deep. She served as the 97th Irrigation Festival Queen and volunteered in various capacities within this community ever since. Julianne received her AA from Peninsula College in 1995 and received her Master Florist Certification from Career Floral Design Institute in 1996. She moved back to Sequim permanently in 1999. She has served on The Little League Board from 2002 to 2004. She has also volunteered her time with The Michael Curtis Beery Memorial Fund and The Boy Scouts. She has been the Chairman of the Past Royalty Luncheon for the Irrigation Festival since 2008 and has also taken on the task of Chairman of the Crazy Days Breakfast for the Festival. She has been employed by Costco Wholesale since 2008 and is currently the Marketing and Membership Manager for the Sequim location. She also serves as a Sales and Marketing trainer for the Northwest Region. She loves this community and is excited for the opportunity to serve.

 

 

LEONARD M. ANDERSON – O.M.C: Leonard is the Director of the Olympic Medical Heart Center overseeing Cardiac Diagnostic Testing, Rehabilitation, Pacemaker, and Wellness Services Programs in both Sequim and Port Angeles. Prior to taking on his current administrative role he worked as an Exercise Physiologist with the Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation programs focusing on long term lifestyle change in the areas of exercise, nutrition, weight management, stress management, and primary prevention. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Oregon and a Master’s degree from the Citadel in Charleston South Carolina. He moved to the Olympic Peninsula 12 years ago and has been a Sequim resident along with his wife and daughter for 10 years. Prior to working in health care, Leonard enjoyed an extended professional career as a ballet dancer, teacher, and choreographer. He has served as the president of the South Carolina Dance Association, on the board of directors for the South Carolina Association of Physical Education Recreation and Dance, and received recognition as the South Carolina Dance Educator of the Year. He has held faculty positions at the Charleston School of the Arts and Virginia Governor’s School for Humanities and Visual & Performing Arts.

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