Tiffany Scribner brings over 15 years’ experience in leadership, education, project management, fundraising, and event planning. Most recently, she served as Center Manager and Program Services Coordinator at the Northwest Workforce Council, a non-profit in partnership with WorkSource, which provides funds and community-wide workforce development planning and coordination.
Previously Ms. Scribner taught, guided, and mentored students as an undergraduate professor of theatre and art. Over the course of her career, she has launched successful volunteer programs for several organizations and worked as a Departmental Manager at Cleveland Playhouse as well as working at The Santa Fe Opera where she guided apprentices, and lead junior staff. Tiffany holds a Masters of Fine Art from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and Bachelors of Art from Coastal Carolina University.
“I’m passionate about the role that mentors play in the course of a life. The guidance and care shown to me by mentors has influenced my life and being immeasurably. When I’m not defending the potential of youth, I can most often be found in the great outdoors of the Pacific Northwest, foraging for mushrooms, kayaking, fishing or rockhounding. I love cooking, reading, board games and lapidary.”
Hi my name is Sarah Gannon and I am a Match Coordinator with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Island County (BBBSIC). I’ve been with BBBSIC since February 2020 and have really enjoyed how positive this organization is. I am originally from Washington, but I moved back to the state in July of 2019 after living in Vermont and Maine for nine years.
While in New England I assisted children and families in gaining access to community and state resources through case management. I’ve worked with homeless youth, children with developmental and/or cognitive delays, children with emotional and behavioral disorders, and individuals with substance use disorders. I completed my undergraduate studies at Eastern Washington University (Go Eags!), and I got my Masters degree from the University of Vermont.
In my free time I love to play with my dog and spend time with my husband. I’m a huge hockey fan (Go Bruins!) and proudly cheer on the Seattle Sounders. I love to cook and bake, listen to music, read comic books and watch Marvel movies, as well as spend time in the outdoors in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. I am super passionate about what I do and am very grateful to be able to be a defender of children’s potential at BBBSIC!
After graduating from college with a degree in Sociology, emphasis Social Work Mary has spent her career working in children’s programs, which have included Juvenile Court, Children’s Ministries, and owning and operating a Preschool. During this period, Mary married her husband. Together they have enjoyed rearing their three children.
When Mary and her family moved to Whidbey in 2010, Mary joined BBBSIC working with both North Whidbey and Coupeville matches. In 2015, Mary left BBBSIC to enjoy retirement with her husband. Since coming back to BBBSIC in 2016, Mary has enjoyed working part time with the Coupeville School Based matches. Mary believes in the unlimited potential of each child, youth, and adult. Enabling this potential through the supportive relationship of mentorship is exciting.
Grayson joined the team October 2020 as the Customers Relations Specialist. Grayson holds a BA in Cultural Anthropology from Western Washington University. Grayson is thrilled to be able to work in and give back to the community in which she was born and raised.
BBBSIC holds a special place in Grayson's heart as she is a former Big from the Coupeville School Based program. During her time as a mentor, she witnessed the amazing ways in which BBBSIC empowers youths to believe in their potential.
You can reach Grayson by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.