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Staff leadership

Bridgeways is guided by a team whose values, passion, expertise, and vision coalesce to ensure our work is meeting vital community needs now, and far into the future.

Andrea Duffield Bridgeways CEO

Andrea Duffield

Chief Executive Officer

Prior to joining Bridgeways in February 2020, Andrea owned and operated MOSAIC Rehabilitation & Therapy Clinics providing adult and pediatric physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech language pathology, psychology, and behavioral health services. She has been a licensed and certified speech language pathologist for over 25 years. Her clinical passion has been advocating for and working with individuals with autism spectrum disorders.

Lynn Dollmeyer

Lynn Dollmeyer

Chief Financial Officer

Lynn is an experienced Finance Director with a career both in the non-profit and the for-profit business sector. Before joining Bridgeways she worked as the Controller for Seattle Symphony and Benaroya Hall. "Bridgeways’ mission resonates with me having a family member who lives with mental illness and the struggle to remain integrated with society."

Tiffany Kostelyk

Director of Manufacturing

Tiffany started her manufacturing career right out of high school working for companies providing manufacturing services in Aerospace, Bio-Medical and Networking.

Stephanie Overton

Director of Social and Community Services

Stephanie Overton joined Bridgeways in November 2023 as the Social and Community Services Director. She has spent her career working in the Social Services arena as both direct services and leadership and is committed to helping people live their most joyous and fulfilling lives. Bridgeways vision is in line with my own visions of how people clients and employees should be treated.

Michael Campbell-Danas

Director of Marketing and Development

Michael Campbell-Danas joined Bridgeways in December of 2020. He has a background in marketing and events, working mostly with non-profits that focused on the arts

Carrie Ford

Human Resources Manager

Carrie Ford joined Bridgeways in March 2021 upon moving back to Washington after a few years out of state. She has a background in benefits administration in a non-profit setting and was ecstatic to expand her role to Human Resources.

Connor Krebbs

Quality Manager

Connor joined Bridgeways in February 2023. He has a background in Facilities and Environmental Health and Safety. Prior to joining Bridgeways, Connor worked for Northshore Christian Church, Hermanson Construction, and was the Owner and Operator of a local residential remodeling business. Connor is a United States Navy Veteran and currently serves as a Director on the Marysville School District Board of Directors. If he's not out adventuring the PNW with his wife and children, it's a safe bet you can find him at a nearby disc golf course enjoying a round with some friends.

Chris Agisotelis

Procurement Manager

Shortly after relocating to Seattle, Chris joined Bridgeways in September 2022. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from the United States Air Force Academy and is a Desert Shield, Desert Storm Veteran.

Deborah Hicks

Therapeutic Courts Program Manager

Fawn Medel

Community Support Program Manager

Fawn joined Bridgeways in April 2024 and has been working in social services for 17 years, with a few breaks in between. Her journey began with volunteering to help youth who had gone through the foster care system. She then followed their heart back to social services, where she was able to make a real difference in the lives of young people experiencing homelessness with a local organization. She then worked Suicide and Crisis Lifeline there she worked with individuals needing support with mental health crises. Most recently, she worked with youth and young adults as a program manager with a local youth shelter. Today, Fawn is proud to be part of the Bridgeways team, where she has the opportunity to lead a team who help people in need every day. Outside of work, Fawn is a devoted mother of 3 and loves to cook, bake, and explore different and challenging recipes. If she is not in the kitchen, she is probably enjoying a local craft beer or exploring WA state with her family.

Scott Loescher

Clubhouse Director

Scott Loescher joined Bridgeways as the Clubhouse Director in November of 2023. He previously worked at Bridgeways as a Supported Employment Specialist. He has a background in program management of residential recovery programs that assist people on their road to recovery from substance use disorder and coming out of homelessness. Scott has also worked in adult education, as a clinician in adult Intensive Outpatient services, and as a Clinical Supervisor for Peer Partners in a WISe Program. He holds a master’s degree in theological studies from Faith International University and is currently working on a doctorate degree in Strategic Leadership at Regent University. Scott has received a Governor’s Committee Award on Disability Issues and Employment, and the Volunteers Management Award from Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission. Scott served for several years as a volunteer with King County Explorer Search and Rescue including a term as the president of a large ESAR Post in Bellevue. Scott loves spending time hiking, camping and enjoying outdoor recreation with his family and friends.

Willow Babcock

FCS Program Manager

Willow Babcock joined Bridgeways in July of 2023. Willow worked as a Trainer and Organizational Change Management Specialist throughout the 2010s, until her lived experience with homelessness and mental health prompted her to reevaluate her values and career goals. Now Willow is a Certified Peer Counselor, using that lived experience to better the lives of others. Outside of Bridgeways, Willow creates pyrography art and writes short stories, both of which are activities she began as part of her recovery journey.

Ruby Golveo

Manufacturing Supervisor

Ruby joined Bridgeways in February of 2007. She came with a background as a high school math teacher for 16 years in the (Philippines) and a part time Bookkeeper for the same school.

Michael Olson

Wire Shop Supervisor

Michael started at Bridgeways back in 2013. Working at Bridgeways helped pave the way for his career at Boeing working as a Fuel cell Mechanic on the 737 and ultimately brought him back here to his roots, Bridgeways, back in October of 2021. He's now the Supervisor for the Electrical and Contract Assembly departments. Michael also holds an AS9100 Internal Auditor Certification and is apart of Bridgeway's internal auditor team. In his free time, he likes working on cars, enjoys riding motorcycles, and loves being outdoors.

Board of Directors

Olivier Goudreau

President- Serving since August, 2020

Olivier is a locally-based pilot with Horizon Airlines. He’s been grateful to experience an array of gratifying volunteer experiences through his workplace. Olivier sought a deeper kind of engagement opportunity, as his roots solidify and his career progresses… and he found it at Bridgeways.

Lisa Beers Kelly

Vice President- Serving since 2013

Carl Schremp

Serving since February, 2018

Carl is an attorney at Adams & Duncan in downtown Everett. Carl’s practice focuses on business, banking, and real estate law. Carl was spurred to join the Board in 2018 out of a desire to contribute to community well-being and to assist Bridgeways’ mission of providing services to individuals living with a mental health condition.

Ivette Bayo

Serving since September, 2021

Kari O’Driscoll

Kari is a writer, mother of two and founder of The SELF Project, which works to increase community and resilience for teens and tweens. Kari joined Bridgeways’ board because she wanted to put her community engagement and event planning knowledge to work.

Kara Burr

Serving since January, 2023

Patrick Milford

Secretary/Treasure- Serving since 2022

Donnie Goodman

Serving since January, 2023

Andria Green

Serving since January, 2023

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Electronics manufacturing

Core capabilities include mechanical assembly, electrical assembly, die cutting, bond and seal, and small tool refurbishment. From small prototype or single-piece runs, to continuous production requirements, we specialize in quick turnaround times.