Meet our Board of Directors
Mary Davidson, resides in Bonney Lake and is a business owner of an event planning company. She is also a wife, a cat mom, and a Disneyland junkie. She holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Western Governors University and is a proud undergrad of BYU-Idaho where she studied Sociology. Mary has over 10 years of experience in the non-profit world and has been serving and fundraising for various non-profit communities around the world. This is her second time on a non-profit board, and she is excited to serve the Bonney Lake Food Bank.
Elizabeth Carter is a lifelong resident of the Buckley and is passionate about serving people in her community. She has been involved with volunteer work for over 25 years, including Young Life, Washington State PTA, White River Education Foundation, and the Bonney Lake Food Bank. In 2006, she held multiple leadership positions during her time with PTA (Parent-Teacher-Association) when her daughter started school. Elected to Region 5 Director, she provided leadership to 75 local PTAs. Helping families, especially children, is important to her as she volunteers and develops the Diaper Bank program with the food bank.
John Hofer is the longest acting board member with the Bonney Lake Food Bank. Born and raised in California, he moved to WA in 1999. A real estate investor since 1989, he also co-owns Lake Tapps Self-Storage and RV Park. John has two grown children and loves to travel.
Brad Smart, resides in Bonney Lake and is a retired general manager of a major distributor of business supplies. Brad went to the University of Washington and holds a degree in Mathematics. He has worked at the “Bread of Life” homeless shelter for 14 years and held several positions on the non-profit board of 10 of those years. Brad’s strengths are in distribution logistics, facilities and finances. “I am excited to see many positive changes come to the Bonney Lake Food Bank in the years ahead.”
Jenson Isham, President
Jenson Isham is a father of three, avid guitar player and lifelong technology enthusiast. Jenson currently oversees management and coordination of Consulting, Managed Services and VAR business units for a Pacific Northwest provider of technology solutions and services. Jenson brings to the team extensive experience in leadership, strategic planning, innovation and outcome focused execution and is having the time of his life working with the Bonney Lake Food Bank. raph. Double click me or click Edit Text, it's easy.
Teri Hochstein, Vice-President
Dr. Teri resides in Bonney Lake WA and holds a Doctor of Management degree in Organizational Leadership. She has over 35 years of experience with quality and process improvement, more than 20 years working in corporate philanthropy, and has served on various nonprofit governance boards. She is retired from The Boeing Company where she worked for more than 38 years. She has two undergraduate degrees, one in Business Administration and the other in Social Work from Pacific Lutheran University; her MBA and DM from University of Phoenix.
Adam Uhler, Secretary
Adam Uhler has been an educator in the greater Bonney Lake area since 1999. First teaching in the Sumner-Bonney Lake School District then serving as an administrator in various roles for the White River School District before returning to SBLSD in 2018 to serve in his current position as the principal at Victor Falls Elementary. Adam and his wife, Catherine, have lived on the Plateau for the last 15 years and are raising their three daughters. Adam is passionate about serving our community in ways that help weave us together as we support our neighbors experiencing life’s greatest challenges with compassion and dignity.
Brian Floyd, Treasurer
Brian is a graduate of WSU, with a degree in computer science. A huge sports fan of the Mariners, Seahawks, and Cougars, he found his passion in writing articles that engage the sports reader. When not writing or chasing his two-year old son around, he enjoys volunteering at the food bank, and helping the organization with Marketing projects.
David Steere, resides in Bonney Lake and is a retired United States Navy officer, spending 32 years in a variety of leadership positions in 10 different tours of sea duty and shore duty. A graduate of the US Naval Academy, he also spent time there as an instructor teaching electrical engineering. Since retiring from active duty, he has been involved in community service and charitable organizations. David continues to work part time and manages 2 small businesses. David also serves on the board of directors for Building Beyond the Walls and as the President of the Bonney Lake Kiwanis Club.
Roger Tanquist was born and raised in South Dakota. He was an Administrator and Educator in South Dakota and Minnesota for 33 years, serving as Superintendent of Schools, High School Principal, and Director of Media. Upon retirement and moving to the Pacific Northwest, he became a substitute teacher in Oregon and Washington. For the last six-years, he substitutes at Sumner, Bonney Lake, and White River high schools. Roger has three children with his first wife Dorothy who he was married for 35-years. Roger and his current wife Mardel are active volunteers in their local community and beyond
Carrie-Ann Tulloch resides in Bonney Lake with her husband and four children. She is an active volunteer with our local school district, having chartered and established the Parent Teacher Association for the Sumner-Bonney Lake school district’s newest elementary school, Tehaleh Heights Elementary; She is currently serving as president for the PTO for the Mountain View Middle School. She received her B.S. from Clemson University and was employed in the wholesale plumbing industry where she has held various management positions in acquisitions, operations and accounting prior to leaving the workforce to raise her children as well as pursue educational volunteer work.
Ann has a Bachelor’s degree in Social Welfare from the University of Washington and is the Executive Director of St. Stephen Housing Association, a non-profit housing program serving families experiencing homelessness. She has worked with vulnerable populations for over 25 years and loves being a part of the work of the Bonney Lake Food Bank. She enjoys spending summer evenings outside and hanging out with her husband and teeanagers.
Olivia Cox is a mother of two and married to her high school sweetheart. She graduated from Eastern Washington University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. She is currently the branch manager of the BECU in Bonney Lake. In December 2016, she and her team began to volunteer at the Bonney Lake Food Bank. Olivia grew up in a small town in eastern Washington and loves the idea of coming together as a community to help each other grow. She loves taking her daughter to Fun Food Fridays whenever she can step away from her branch.