Skagit Women in Business Monthly Meeting – Friday, February 5

SWIB (Skagit Women in Business)

Meeting:  Friday February 5th @ The Hampton Inn & Suites – 1860 S. Burlington Blvd, Burlington – 7:00-8:30am

Cost: $15.00 payable at the door or online – includes a light breakfast –

Program:  Debra Lancaster &  Lyndie Case – with The Children’s Council of Skagit County


The Children’s Council of Skagit County is a coalition of agencies serving children from birth to 3rd grade and their parents/caregivers.  On Feb 5, we will be sharing information about our mission, strategic direction, and one of our current projects – the Spotlight Film Festival. The Spotlight Film Festival is a series of documentaries that shine a light on issues that impact the lives of Skagit County residents.

Lyndie Case, Early Learning Coordinator
Lyndie is the coordinator of the Children’s Council of Skagit County and the Skagit County Child and Family Consortium.  She has a long history of coalition work and has worked with several coalitions including the Burlington Healthy Community Coalition, the Skagit Prevention Council, and WWU’s Campus Community Coalition.

Debra Lancaster is the Executive Director for United Way of Skagit County. Her passion is bringing people together to create a better community for all to thrive. She is a proud graduate of the 2004 Class (the Premier Class!)  and loves to volunteer for Leadership Skagit  so she can meet the best people. Debra previously worked for Skagit Valley College and Washington State University.  She served on the United Way Board for over eight years and has been a Soroptimist for 20 years.  She has a BA in Communications and a MA in Education, both from the University of Washington.

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