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Leadership Snohomish County (LSC) is a nonprofit that connects, ignites and develops county-specific sustainable leaders to strengthen our communities. Each year, we help experienced and emerging leaders in Snohomish County gain an understanding of the critical issues affecting the region and the stewardship capabilities needed to resolve them. Through our nine-month Signature Program and Young Professionals Program, we work in small teams with the business, government and nonprofit sectors as Community Impact Project Partners. LSC features more than 700 alumni who remain strongly invested in Snohomish County.

Meet Our Executive Director

 Photo by Andy Bronson /  The Herald .  Read the  Herald Business Journal  feature spotlighting Kathy Coffey  and other women leaders throughout Snohomish County.

Photo by Andy Bronson / The Herald. Read the Herald Business Journal feature spotlighting Kathy Coffey and other women leaders throughout Snohomish County.

About Kathy Coffey

Kathy Coffey, Executive Director of Leadership Snohomish County (LSC), is known for her enthusiasm, generosity and authenticity.

Just as she did with her TEDx talk entitled, “Connect and Lead, How We Create Community,” Kathy jumps in with both feet. She champions LSC’s mission wherever she goes, seeking people and organizations to engage in her quest to strengthen and diversify community leadership.

As a local leader who walks the talk, Kathy serves as a member of Lynnwood’s Human Services Commission, is a South Everett–Mukilteo Rotarian and sits on the board of directors for the YMCA of Snohomish County.

Prior to joining LSC in 2014, Kathy spent 16 years in higher education. She was Assistant Director of Edmonds Community College Foundation and Development Relations Coordinator at Bastyr University. She was also co-owner of Pivot Edmonds, a community magazine, online marketplace and community engagement site.

Kathy is the proud mom of two sons, Ethan and Parker, who bring her incomparable joy. For more about Kathy, check out this fun interview by Sno-Isle Libraries.