Our Board of Directors
President, David Weld
David has served on the board since April 2010, including as past treasurer. David has lived in West Seattle with his wife and three children for more than two decades. He has coached many teams for the West Seattle Soccer Club and West Seattle Little League and is an avid outdoorsman who loves to hike, fish and ski. David is Chief Executive Officer of Signal4D Inc. and the Managing Partner of KILN LLC.
Vice-President, Joe Everett
Joe was Vice President of the West Seattle Helpline board when it merged with the Food Bank in 2020. He was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, and he has lived with his wife and two children in West Seattle since 2013. Joe has worked as an attorney in the public sector since 2007, and he has been an Assistant City Attorney with the Seattle City Attorney's Office since 2013.
Secretary, Jan Roberts
Jan joined the WSFB board in 2015 after retiring from 35 years in dairy industry marketing. Prior to that she taught nutrition and vocational education for 8 years in Seattle Public schools. She holds a degree in Nutrition Education from the University of Washington and a Food Service Vocational Certificate from South Seattle Community College. Jan’s volunteer work at the West Seattle Food Bank includes both working on the produce line and on the board of directors. Her work at WSFB enables her to share her nutrition expertise and passion for fighting hunger to our neighbors in need. She enjoys golf and gardening.
Treasurer, Corey Limbaugh
Corey has been on the West Seattle Food Bank Board since 2006. Corey earned his undergraduate degree from Pacific Lutheran University in 1993 and received his MBA in 2000 from University of Phoenix. A resident of West Seattle since 2002, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two kids. Corey works for JP Morgan Chase.
Director, Nam Le
As a self-proclaimed “foodie,” Nam has a special relationship with food. Combined with that and the belief that we all should give back to the communities we work, live, and play in, he connected with the West Seattle Food Bank in 2016. He works as the West Seattle Branch Manager for HomeStreet Bank. He is a PNW native and an alumni of Oregon State University (Go Beavs!). When he isn’t working he is always on the quest to find the best tacos in the Puget Sound or exploring the great outdoors. Causes he is passionate about are diversity and inclusion, affordable housing and ending hunger.
Director, Ted Barker
Ted was born in Snohomish, WA, attended Western Washington University and has lived in West Seattle since 1992. As a father who raised two now grown sons he became active in youth sports, which in turn lead to working to promote active recreation facilities in Seattle parks. In his time in West Seattle Ted has also been active in local politics serving on the executive board of the West Seattle Democrats.
Director, Jim Dean
Born in Spokane, educated at Willamette University and the University of Washington, Jim has been involved in every operation of the Food Bank since 2010. This gives him a practical insight of the Food Bank to share with others as a member of the Board of Directors. Jim joined the Board in 2015 and is on its Finance and Facilities Committee.
A West Seattleite since 1998, he was active in real estate since the early 1970s as a homebuilder, real estate licensed broker, residential appraiser and more recently as a developer of town homes in Seattle neighborhoods. Married with two grown sons, a daughter in law and a wonderful granddaughter. Activities have included skiing, hiking, lots of walking and trying to keep up with his wife.
Director, Joan Hansen
Joan graduated from Harvard Law School and moved to Seattle where she was in the private practice of law in the fields of family law, probate and estate planning until she retired in 2011. She lives in West Seattle and lived with then P.I. reporter and columnist, Shelby Scates, until his death in 2013. Joan joined the board in 2013 because she truly wanted to give back to her West Seattle community. She was an active climber for many years and a member of both the Mountaineers and the American Alpine Club.
Director, Reverend Ron Marshall
Ron Marshall has been on the board since 1996. He served as vice president in 1997. He also has been on the board of the West Seattle Helpline since 1989 and Music Northwest since 2003. He has been pastor of First Lutheran Church of West Seattle since 1979. He’s been married to Dr. Jane L. Harty since 1972. They have three grown children: Susannah, Ruth and Anders.
Director, Cara Mohammadian
Cara Mohammadian joined the WSFB board in 2005 after becoming inspired by the forward looking, dynamic nature of the board. She has been busy the last 22 years raising her two sons, helping her husband manage his retail business and for the last 11 years managing her own real estate business. She most recently joined the CoHo Team of Windermere Agents, where she and her colleagues donate time and a significant portion of their earnings to support community development and affordable housing. She has a BA in Political Science from the University of Washington and spent her “pre-children” life, working in the social service arena, traveling and generally trying to have fun.
Director, Ben Viscon
Ben has been on the board since September 2009, board president from 2013 – 2019 and a resident of West Seattle since 1997. He is active in volunteering for outdoor trail clean ups and efforts to preserve the wild spaces in the northwest and has also been a volunteer with the Washington Wine Commission. Ben is also the Owner and Winemaker for a local West Seattle winery called Viscon Cellars and Viscon Cellars Tasting Room on California Ave. SW. He is married with two children.
Director, Douglas Wagoner
Douglas served Washington State as Director of Communications for U.S. Congressman Rick Larsen (WA-02), Deputy Press Secretary/Digital Media Manager for U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA), and Communications Lead for the Washington State Department of Health’s Office of Healthy and Safe Communities. Today, Douglas lives in West Seattle and serves as Deputy Director of Communications for the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office and a Commissioner on Seattle’s Community Police Commission.
Director, Ashley Clingan
Prior to the merge, Ashley served on the West Seattle Helpline board for since 2017. Born and raised in Olympia, she attended University of Washington where she met her future husband and a few years later they settled in West Seattle. Prior to the birth of their two sons, she worked in foster care advocacy and education program management. Now her days are filled with coaching youth sports, becoming a local park connoisseur and being an active member in her beloved community.
Director, Nick Naubert