Nikki Huang

Nikki Huang joined the Foundation in 2018 and is excited about the collective giving process as well as the ongoing learning opportunities. She served on the Pooled Fund Grants Committee in 2019 and 2020 and joined the Capacity Building Grants Committee in 2020; currently serving on the Membership Taskforce. Since 2014, she has been the Director of Development and Marketing for Denise Louie Education Center, a nonprofit early learning organization in King County. In this role, she oversees all philanthropy efforts to grow the agency’s capital and unrestricted funding as well oversee all marketing and external communications.

Nikki brings in over 18 years of nonprofit experience, taking on a range of roles from being Highline Medical Center Foundation’s Development Manager to CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Washtenaw County’s Executive Director. She has served as a Board Member for the International Community Health Services Foundation, API Chaya, and was on the Komen of Puget Sound’s grant committee. Nikki has 3 young children and is currently a Board Member for the Kawabe Memorial Fund and holds a Master of Public Administration from Seattle University.

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