ASF is led by a board of 18 directors and 1 part-time staff (Marta McClintock was hired in September 2017 as ASF’s first Executive Director). Our board and staff are highly committed to ensuring ASF’s resources best serve our students and our mission:
Empower all Anacortes students through scholarships and enriched learning opportunities.
To accomplish this mission, ASF raises funds through two major annual events; the "Fueling Education Fun Run and 5K presented by Shell" and the "Celebrate the Season Dinner & Auction."
Anacortes Schools Foundation is proud to partner with Anacortes School District.
In addition to the six committees listed below, new committees are established each year in support of the “Celebrate the Season” and “Fueling Education Run.” As needed, the Board may also appoint Ad Hoc committees for specific projects.
- Fundraising and Marketing Committee
- Scholarship Committee
- Policies and Processes Committee
- Human Resources
- Finance and Investment Committee
- Grant Committee
The Board of Directors is a dedicated, working volunteer board comprised of up to 21 community and parent leaders, plus the Anacortes School District Superintendent who acts as Ex-Officio and liaison with the school district.
If you have additional questions or for more information, please contact Marta McClintock at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 360-488-2343.
Marta McClintock, Executive Director
Marta McClintock has over 25 years of experience in event planning and fundraising in the non-profit sector. Marta works part-time and serves as ASF’s first-ever Executive Director. Since joining ASF, Marta has enthusiastically embraced her responsibilities of strengthening and expanding the organization’s fundraising initiatives and connecting donors to ASF’s mission.
Before moving to Anacortes and joining ASF in September of 2017, Marta was an Assistant Dean at the University of Idaho. During her 3-year tenure as a Vandal, she raised over $8 million dollars for scholarships and a new state-of-the-art College of Education building. Marta’s other fundraising and development experience includes working with the Military Officers of America Association, Naval Services FamilyLine, American Heart Association, Coronado Schools Foundation, University of Southern California, the Los Angeles Music Center and as a consultant for several other non-profit organizations. Her involvement and advocacy for education extends back to her first job with the Music Center Education Division and her work in fundraising and event planning in the early 90’s at her alma mater USC.
When she is not busy raising money and awareness, Marta enjoys spending time with her husband, retired Navy Captain, Michael, her two kids, Lauren (AHS Class of 2021) and Will (AHS Class of 2023) and their yellow lab Brody.
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