“It’s never wrong to do the right thing.” – Mark Twain
“I love supporting those around me to do their best. As a member of the TFWB team, I get to do this every day. My responsibilities are behind the scenes. When the office runs smoothly, our team canfocus on designing systems to support facilities within our community.”
Janine brings over 40 years of administrative experience to TFWB. If it doesn’t directly have to do with the design of electrical, security, or data systems, Janine probably is involved with it. Her responsibilities include the day-to-day tasks that keep TFWB running smoothly. Over the years, she has enjoyed building relationships with her counterparts within the organizations of our partners. Knowing that customer service is paramount, she is always happy to assist in any way that she can. If she doesn’t have the answer, she will find it for you.
Janine has always enjoyed volunteering in support of the community. She has volunteered for the Child Abuse Intervention Department, the Festival of Trees, and the Tacoma Orthopedic Association, all for Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital, as well as for the Fred Hutchinson Obliteride in support of cancer research.
Away from the office, Janine enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, music, cooking, and any activities around water. Spending time with her granddaughters is always top on her list of fun things to do. Her favorite quick getaway is Cannon Beach.
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