NEWEC Board of Directors

The Council is led by a diverse, volunteer board that includes professional educators, parents and representatives of private industry.

Board President: Traci McGlathery, STCU, Spokane

Vice President:  Barbara Richardson, Ph.D.,  Washington St. University-Spokane, Spokane

Douglas B. Durham,
retired, Spokane
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Gary Gainer, retired, Spokane
                                                                      
Freda Gandy,  Martin Luther King, Jr. Family Outreach Center, Spokane

Brenda McDonald, PRIDE Prep, Spokane
​ 
June Sine, NEWESD 101 Board of Directors, Spokane Valley

Attorney of Record:  
Laura McAloon, McAloon Law, PLLC, Spokane



 
 

NEWEC

Council's goal: Build opportunity for kids

State "core" funding of ESDs in Washington has been declining for more than a decade. In 2017, "core" funding totaled only about 3 percent of the overall NEWESD 101 budget. The remaining 97 percent was derived from competitive grants, cooperatives and fees for service.

To compensate for declining state revenue in a time of rising need, NEWEC was formed to help diversify and stabilize funding for service to students and schools.


Ways to help

Gifts may be made to the Council in a number of ways including volunteerism, one-time donations, multi-year pledges, matching corporate gifts, endowments and bequests. Gifts options include:

• Cash

• Gifts in-kind (personal property)

• Securities

• Designated United Way donations

The Council is a 501(c)(3) public charity. That is an IRS designation that means the organization is eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions.


Documents:

NEWEC mission statement

IRS 990-EZ statement, 2016

NEWEC funding guidelines