BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Laura is a founding Board Member of HopeWorks and a former Housing Hope Board Member. She is a long-time supporter of transitional housing and advocate of social enterprises. Laura is owner of Brent Planning Solutions, a land use and environmental planning firm. Having graduated from the University of Washington in Urban Planning, she has a strong passion for maintaining our high quality of life in the Puget Sound region. Laura serves as co-chair for the Generations of Hope capital campaign.
Glen Bachman draws on more than thirty years of retail and asset management experience. He is currently the General Manager of the Everett Mall, and Vice President of Washington Real Estate Operations for Steadfast Properties. He is active in the community as Commission President for the Port of Everett, and is active with the Institute of Real Estate Management, International Council of Shopping Centers, Washington Retail Association, Puget Sound Regional Council, and Washington Coalition on International Trade.
Will Bailey is the Owner of Avid Landscape Management, LLC and is the current President of the Washington Association of Landscape Professionals. Will holds a degree in Urban Forestry from the University of Washington as well as an Executive Development Certificate from the UW’s Foster School of business. He has been in the landscape industry for over 30 years focusing on developing and managing high-quality, sustainable landscapes through engaged, local relationships with his clients and employees.
Vinaya Chepuri has been a cardiologist at Western Washington Medical Group in Everett since 1993. Born in Hyderabad, India, he moved to the United States in 1972. Vinaya graduated from medical school at the University of Minnesota. During his career as a physician in Everett, he has served in numerous healthcare leadership positions at Western Washington Medical Group and at Providence Regional Medical Center-Everett (PRMC-E). He is dedicated to providing high quality healthcare to the citizens of Snohomish County. He is also honored to serve as a Board member at HopeWorks.