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Katie Behrends, Operations Director
Katie has ten years of experience in nonprofit finance and administration. Before joining the team at NARAL she was Associate Director at 501 Commons and HR Generalist at Forterra. She continues to serve as a volunteer consultant with 501 Commons, and spends the rest of her free time spoiling her dog and buying yarn for knitting projects that she will never complete. Katie earned her PHR certification in 2013.
Erica C. Barnett is a longtime communications professional, writer, and journalist who has spent many years working for and writing about reproductive rights in Austin, Texas and Seattle. Before joining NARAL Pro-Choice Washington, she was the founder and co-editor of PubliCola.com, news editor at the Stranger, and reporter at Seattle Weekly. She has also written for many feminist publications, and has a picture of herself and the late Texas governor Ann Richards on her desk.
Sarah Coppock-Pector, Development ManagerSarah Coppock-Pector is a fundraiser and event planner with experience working for issue-based nonprofits and political campaigns, including Planned Parenthood MN, ND, and SD. She is extremely interested in social equality, particularly, as it relates to reproductive health and feminist issues. She has a background in political science and theology and also loves hiking, kayaking, podcasts and binge watching documentaries.
Curtis has worked in the women's rights movement for almost 20 years. Before she worked at NARAL she was in fashion, working at Frederick & Nelson and as a model.
Maddie became a canvass co-manager in 2017 after joining NARAL as an organizer. She recently graduated from Adrian College, where she researched the history of women’s health in the U.S. and built campus coalitions for female empowerment. As a grassroots activist, she mobilizes our state’s pro-choice community and aims to pet every dog in Washington.
Dana Coppock-Pector, Canvass Manager
Dana became Canvass Co-manager in January of 2017 after joining the team as a Community Organizer. Born and raised in Oakland, California, Dana moved to Washington for college and fell in love with the beautiful state. She has a BA in Sociology from Whitman College, where she studied the stigmatizing effects of weight-loss culture on young women. Dana is passionate about protecting a woman’s right to control her own body in a society bent on restraining it. She is a proud cat-mom and loves penguins, tacos, and crushing the patriarchy.
If you are interested in a job with NARAL Pro-Choice Washington, please click here. We are always hiring for Community Organizer and Membership Representative positions!