Board of Directors

Jumping Mouse Board of Directors 2018. Photo credit Mark Saran.

Coe Hutchison


Coe has lived nearly all his life in Western Washington, spending thirty years on the business side of the electric utility industry before beginning a second career as a pastor. He moved to Port Townsend a few years ago to become pastor at Grace Lutheran Church.

Katie Shonsey-Mattern

Board Vice President

Katie Shonsey-Mattern is a graduate of Grinnell College and earned a master’s degree in social work from the University of Pennsylvania in 1997. Her professional background includes working with children, families and adults in the areas of domestic violence, homelessness, HIV/AIDS, hospice and inpatient medicine. She has also worked locally with new parents as a childbirth educator and doula. Katie enjoys volunteering to strengthen the social and economic connections between individuals, schools, and organizations within our community. She is especially proud to be a Jumping Mouse board member, as it provides crucial therapy to help Jefferson County children and families heal.

Bev Schaaf


Bev Schaaf moved to Marrowstone Island in 2006, after retiring from 15 years in non-profit administration at Child Care Resources in Seattle.  Bev has been instrumental in forming non-profit choral performance organizations and a folk school, and serving on their boards.  She is proud to support Jumping Mouse and its important role in Jefferson County.  Bev enjoys singing, attending symphony, opera and musical theater, gardening, travel, and her latest venture – hosting live “house” concerts.

Amanda Wilson

Board Treasurer

Amanda Wilson is an attorney and mother who has lived in Washington State since 2006. Amanda moved to Jefferson County in 2009 after returning from a Peace Corps assignment in Lesotho, Africa where she taught high school students math and science. She worked in Jefferson County in solo practice for six years, then as a prosecutor for Jefferson County from 2015-2017. She currently works in Poulsbo, Washington in private practice doing family law, estate planning, and civil litigation.

Amanda is a mother of a five-year-old son who is the light of her life. She enjoys camping, fishing, and hiking. Amanda and her son travel often and recently walked 100 miles of the Camino de Santiago de Frances pilgrimage in Spain.

As a board member for Jumping Mouse, Amanda is proud to give back to her community and support the children who attend Jumping Mouse.

Allison Crispen

Board Member

Allison happily moved to the Port Townsend area in 2017 after accepting a position with Jefferson Healthcare. Having grown up in coastal Oregon, Allison has always loved the Pacific Northwest and is excited to permanently settle on the Olympic Peninsula. Allison worked in the hospitality industry for several years and earned her Master’s in Public Health in 2011 and now focuses on employee development in Human Resources. While off work, she spends time renovating her house, trying her hand at gardening, and spoiling her dog.

Wendy Davis

Board Member

Wendy has lived in Port Townsend for 20 years with a decades long career in the hospitality industry. In 2014, with a desire to become more involved in her community, Wendy accepted a position as a legal assistant in Jefferson County Prosecutor’s Office. Recognizing the possibility of contributing to her community through law enforcement, Wendy attended the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission Reserve Academy followed by the full-time Academy. Wendy attended Washington State University and studied Psychology and Sociology. Outside of work, Wendy helps her husband run his custom home building company, gardens, travels to sunny places, and is devoted to their two dogs

Ron Dionne

Board Member

Bio to come.

Craig Isenberg, MA, LMFT

Board Member

Craig is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Washington State with an MA in Psychology. He balances his own private practice, Port Townsend Family Therapy, with a contract for Jefferson County Juvenile and Family Court Services and the Department of Child & Family Services to practice Functional Family Therapy. Previously, he has managed the Trek Program for Gray Wolf Ranch, a wilderness-based drug and alcohol recovery program and worked in the field of experiential education for over 20 years. An outdoor enthusiast and avid runner, Craig has also spent many years as an Instructor for the Wilderness Medicine Institute of the National Outdoor Leadership School where he continues to enjoy teaching courses on occasion. He lives in Port Townsend with his wife and two young boys.

Beau Ohlgren

Board Member

Beau holds a BA in Environmental Policy from Warren Wilson College, an MSc in International Relations from University of Edinburgh, and a deep love for Port Townsend and supporting youth and families. He moved to Port Townsend in 2015 with the goal of joining and investing in community and has found this to be an exceptional place for getting involved at a deeper level. He works as the Youth Coordinator at Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship and the administrative assistant at Swan School; his other volunteering includes chaplaincy at UU youth conferences, facilitating comprehensive sexuality classes for children and youth, and teaching about gender and sexuality at local high schools. Beau spends his free time walking, listening to audiobooks, gardening, and being with his godson.

Patti Smith

Board Member

Patti has 37 years’ experience in education and currently works as a Special Education Teacher for the Chimacum School District at Chimacum Creek Primary School. Since 1990, she has worked with preschool thru high school-level students. Patti received her Bachelor’s degree in Education at Central Washington University in 1979 and her National Board Certification as an Early Childhood Young Adult Exceptional Needs Specialist in 2010.

Patti has two grown sons who attended school in the Chimacum School District. She enjoys quilting, crafting, and spending time with family.

Rachel Williams

Board Member

Rachel holds an MBA in Sustainable Systems from Bainbridge Graduate Institute at Pinchot, where she also served as a Teaching Fellow in Finance. She is currently the Finance Manager for Habitat for Humanity of East Jefferson County, and has worked with a number of local businesses and nonprofits through her consulting business Gift of Good Work. Rachel has called Port Townsend home for over ten years, and continues to be grateful for opportunities to be engaged in making this community a place where everyone can thrive.