Nicole Stellner

Nicole Stellner spent her career in strategic planning and finance roles at Honeywell and Weyerhaeuser. Her education includes a BS in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, an MBA from the University of Washington and a certificate in Nonprofit Management from the University of Washington. Her board service includes Artist Trust, Annex Theatre, Macha Theatre Works, Seattle Public Theater, Shunpike, 14/48 Projects, and 18th & Union. Nicole grew up in Minneapolis before moving to Seattle for graduate school. She is a lifetime arts patron, supporter, volunteer and advocate with a passion for social justice.

Nicole has been a member of Washington Women’s Foundation since 2017 and has served on many grant committees, including the Collective Grants leadership team for the past three years. She joined WaWF to learn about collective giving with a passionate group of women. She stays because of our continued transformation and responsiveness to community voices.

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