LeAnne Gillett
Education Director

LeAnne holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from Texas A&M University. Her work has involved training, mentoring and educating K-12 students and adults in higher education through a variety of teaching styles, techniques and strategies. Her mission is to ensure the children and their families succeed academically and professionally through her patience, passion and compassion for teaching.
"Children don’t remember what you try to teach them. They remember what you are.” - Jim Henson
(360) 631-5591














Kiley Dunn
Homework Support Specialist

Hello, my name is Kiley. I was born in California but grew up in Washington State. I am a graduate from Central Washington University, with a Bachelor's of Science in Family Studies. I have a diverse background working with children and their families, working in the fields of social services, case management, education, and neighborhood centers. In my free time I love spending time with my family, watching baseball, or soaking up the sun. I have a passion for traveling and exploring. I look forward to helping to promote positive social and emotional health, while providing structured activities for the appropriate developmental age group and prolonging professional relationships with both children and their families. 
 (360) 631-5594






Kateri Loe
Para Educator Specialist

Kateri is an enrolled Choctaw member and a descendent of the Yakama nation with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography from Seattle University. She has experience with students of all ages and backgrounds including Special Education and Behavioral Intervention. She looks forward to giving back to the Native American community and working with children in order to reach their goals.
(360) 572-3465





 Conor Pesci
Temporary Education Support Associate

Hello, my name is Conor Pesci!  I was born in Virginia but grew up in many states including: Indiana, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Nebraska, Washington and even Ontario, Canada.  I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts: Advertising and Outdoor Education from Winona State University in Winona, MN.   I am excited to develop my education skills and look forward to providing my many talents to the children and members of the tribe.
(360) 631-5592




















Nancy Long
TYP Grant Coordinator/Education Support Specialist

 Nancy has a varied background in social services and the legal field. She’s managed the Law Offices of Robert Friedman in Everett Washington for many years. Their focus was obtaining Social Security Disability benefits and Veteran’s Disability benefits for their clients. Nancy has also spent time working in the criminal defense and personal injury legal arena. Her social services background is with a statewide program, Families for Kids, where she facilitated the recruitment of foster/adoptive/kinship care families for Washington State’s foster children. In her off hours, Nancy spends time with her husband, children, and grandchildren watching Beaver, River Otter, Elk, Deer, and Quail families frolic on the Naches River! She and her husband are avid hikers and their trips usually revolve around discovering new and beautiful places. They have four dogs that sometimes travel with them whom also like to hike!
(360) 572-3474







 Sam LeBrun
Youth Program Coordinator

Sam was born and raised in the pacific northwest and has an Associate of Arts Degree from Edmonds
Community College. He’s an outdoor enthusiast who loves traveling and experiencing new things. He has extensive experience working with both kids and young adults to help them learn and stay active in a variety of ways. He has also participated in many tribal events such as Canoe Journey and Festival of the River. Sam is looking forward to working with the Stillaguamish youth in activities that are both fun and meaningful.
(360) 631-5588


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