Together Center creates access to human services, so people can find help when the need it. Tens of thousands of people from throughout East King County seek services at Together Center, a regional facility. One of the first multi-tenant nonprofit centers in the nation, Together Center works collaboratively to improve efficiencies and to lower barriers to finding help. We build partnerships to meet gaps in services and provide information, referral and other assistance to ensure all people can find help when they need it. Here people find help and services at 20+ essential human service agencies and other critical resources. Our inclusive campus is designed to improve housing stability, promote personal agency, elevate health equity, and deliver essential whole-person support across our community.
Together Center makes lives better by helping people find the assistance they need. We do this by co-locating a large array of programs on one campus and connecting people to these and other resources. We build a collaborative and knowledgeable association of service providers working together to empower people and our communities.
We envision a healthy, housed and thriving community where people are easily able to access multiple compassionate support services on one campus.
Our dedicated staff are committed to our mission, our community and our member agencies to ensure their success at the Together Center.
Kim is thrilled to be part of an organization with a rich history of human service collaboration, community connection, and inclusion. She is knowledgeable and passionate about place-making and community building and thoroughly enjoys working with the amazing group of nonprofits co-located at Together Center to continue to empower people and our communities. Kim brings a wealth of experience, including most recently as the Director of Administration and Real Estate for Tides Converge, the largest shared-space nonprofit center in the country. Kim has a passion for creating spaces for belonging. A book to which Kim is a contributor, Shared Space and the New Nonprofit Workplace, was awarded the Alliance for Nonprofit Management’s 2019 Terry McAdam Book Award.
Anna is passionate about capital campaigns and their power to organize, engage and advance organizations. Campaigns are not just about constructing buildings; they help skillful nonprofits leverage new infrastructure to achieve even more mission delivery for decades to come. She holds a Master of Public Health Nutrition from the University of Washington along with 15 years of robust development experience in the Puget Sound region. Most recently she led Seattle Humane’s $28.5 million campaign to build a state-of-the-art shelter and teaching hospital. She joined Together Center in March 2021 and looks forward to partnering with the community to bring the Together Strong Campaign’s bold vision to life.
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Rae has served as Operations Coordinator for Together Center since October 2017. After graduating with a B.A. in Political Science and spending three years in data analysis for start ups, she moved to Seattle in 2013 to pursue non-profit work. Before Together Center, she worked for United Way of King County and The University of Washington School of Law. When not working, Rae enjoys reading on her kindle, waiting in line for Star Wars tickets, and listening to podcasts along the Burke-Gilman.
Board of Directors
Our Board is made up of a diverse group of business leaders, community advocates, and non-profit professionals who are all dedicated to the continued stewardship of Together Center as a community asset.
Community Advocate, former Redmond City Council
Project Manager, Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank
Sr. Director, OAC Services
VICE-CHAIR - Board Development
Director, Expense Reduction Analysis
Director of Regional Network Operations, T-Mobile
Issaquah School District, retired
Business Loan Officer, Sound Credit Union