Timothy van den Broek Chairman
Timothy has lived in Moscow for more than ten years, having moved here to study at New Saint Andrews College. He serves as a teaching elder at Trinity Reformed Church in Moscow, and lives downtown with his wife and five children. He works as Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of International Business at EMSI, (Economic Modeling Specialists International).
Jason Helsel Vice-Chair
Jason is an independent sales contractor and consultant. He grew up in central Washington and moved to Moscow in 2005 for school. His family attends Real Life Church and is active riding road bikes, mountain biking on Moscow Mountain, running, and training for triathlons and Spartan races.
Joseph Schoolland Treasurer
Joseph is an elder at Trinity Reformed Church in Moscow, and an account manager for the college management system, Populi. He and his wife Sarah are raising four children, and he also enjoys beekeeping, hiking, camping, backpacking, and fishing with his kids.
Jeni Leidenfrost Secretary
Jeni is the project manager for web design and development firm, Sundog Media, and a published writer of children’s books. Jeni serves Bridge Bible Fellowship and the Moscow community as a counselor and also as a member of the Regional Advisory Council for Foster children and families.
Lee is a member of the Palouse/Clearwater Search & Rescue team and an experienced plumber. He and his wife Natalie, have a daughter and two granddaughters. Born in Eastern Oregon, Lee moved to Moscow after graduating from high school and has lived here 40 years. Lee likes fly fishing with his bamboo fly rod. He is a longtime active member of Moscow’s Bridge Bible Fellowship.
Sarah Mortimore and her husband Tim own Carlton Builders LLC a construction company that serves Moscow and Pullman. Sarah assists Good Samaritan Rehabilitation in Coeur D’Alene interviewing potential candidates from Moscow and serves on the Ladies Fellowship Committee at Christ Church where she and her husband Tim have been members for twelve years.