Pam Mauk has more than twenty-five years of experience as a director of resource development, director of marketing and senior executive in nonprofit organizations and for five years had her own marketing communications company serving many business sectors.
Pam has been executive director of Together Center since April of 1995 during which time she has served on the Board of Directors of Greater Redmond Chamber of Commerce, the Leadership Institute, the Alliance of Eastside Agencies (for which she currently serves as Treasurer), the Working Group of the Eastside Human Services Forum, United Way of King County Strengthening our Community Impact Council, among other strategic planning groups.
For Together Center she has developed major campus build-outs, raised more than $2 million in contributions, and developed new partnerships and programs to lower barriers to services and build the Eastside human services infrastructure. She received on behalf of Family Resource Center the 2002 Nonprofit Breakthrough Award at the Greater Redmond Chamber of Commerce’s Business Excellence Awards, the 2002 Evergreen Award for nonprofit excellence from the Evergreen State Society and the 1995 King County County Partner Award.
Operations Coordinator & Relationship Manager
As Operations Coordinator, Sondra manages Together Center’s administrative office and provides support to the Executive Director. Sondra is the front-line information source for visitors. She provides information and referral to the many people seeking assistance on the campus, and coordinates communication among Together Center agencies and other organizations partnering or using the Center’s programs.
AEA Accounting and Management
Anne Heartsong has served as property manager on contract for Together Center since 1997. She oversees lease income and vendor payments and handles day-to-day tenant concerns. She has also managed most build-outs, major repairs and design projects, including carpeting replacement, upgrades to increase accessibility in utilities, parking lot redesign, aggregate replacement and much more.