Hearing Loss Association of America–Washington
Board of Trustees 2020

Our Board and committees enable people with hearing loss to share experiences and knowledge with other people with hearing loss, combining enjoyable social interaction with productive learning experiences.

Trustees are HLAA members who serve for three-year terms and commit to attending Board meetings and assigned committee meetings–all of which are currently virtual (online only) during the pandemic. Trustees lead HLAA-Washington’s legal advocacy efforts, plan the organization’s programs, recruit and train new board members, provide fiscal oversight, and direct and help provide support and information to help Washingtonians with hearing loss live their best lives.

Executive Committee

  • Interim President: Cheri Perazzoli, Redmond
  • Secretary: Glenda Philio
  • Treasurer: Rick Faunt, Auburn

Past Board Secretary Warren Weissman speaks at the podium at the Northwest Access Fund gala.

Trustees

  • Sandra Bunning, Renton
  • Cheri Perazzoli, Redmond (also national HLAA Board member)
  • Glenda Philio, Renton
  • Karen Utter, Edmonds

Trustee Sandra Bunning

Trustee Glenda Philio (left) and Diana Thompson at an HLAA convention.

Database Manager: Ed Belcher, Kenmore
Equipment Manager: John Allen, Port Orchard
Agency Liaison: Diana Thompson, Bellevue
Technology: Carolyn Odio

Webmaster and E-news Editor: JoAnne Dyer, Snoqualmie

Penny Allen (left) and Trustee Karen Utter at a previous HLAA-WA meeting.

Are you interested in being a board member or working with HLAA-WA?

Please consider applying for membership on our HLAA-WA Board or volunteering with us. We welcome volunteers to assist with technology, outreach, and advocacy activities, and we have leadership committees related to our various communications tools, fundraising activities, and social events.

Our Nominations Committee accepts and reviews nominations. For more information, please send an email to info@hearingloss-wa.org.

Interim President Cheri Perazzoli (far left), Dr. Kelly Tremblay, Bill, Kimberly Parker, former president Cynthia Stewart, Dr. Margaret Wallhagen, and Janet Primono take time to pose after the King County Transitions in Care conference.

 

In loving memory of Bill Collison, HLAA Treasurer, hearing loss mentor, and friend to all.