Interim Chief Financial Officer
ph: x 110
Stacie Ford Bonnelle
Visitor and Volunteer Services Manager
ph: x 109
ph: x 105
Olivia Littles Erickson
ph: x 119
Olivia Littles Erickson holds a Ph.D in anthropology from the University of Washington. Her interest in museums and history led to positions at the William S. Hart Museum in Los Angeles, Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry, and The D’Arcy McNickle Center for American Indian History at the Newberry Library in Chicago, before she came to NAAM in 2007.
Peggy Allen Jackson
ph: x 107
A seasoned fundraiser and enthusiastic roller-up of her sleeves, Peggy brings a decade of arts education nonprofit experience to her role as Development Director at NAAM. She is passionate about connecting community members to the mission of the Museum and inviting people in to be a part of shaping the important arts and social justice work happening at NAAM. Born and raised in the northwest (and a proud UW graduate!), Peggy currently resides in South Seattle with her family.
Marie T. Kidhe
Facilities, Rentals and Events Manager
ph: x 111
A proud Seattle native, the Ugandan -American party planner is no stranger to event management. As the former Assistant Manager and Event coordinator for the popular Good Hair Salon, Marie was happily connected to the Museum via their partnership; leading to her consulting in the planning of NAAM’s AfroPunk Bash, Get the Tea: Beauty, Power and Womanhood and Groove and Give Bash before formally becoming a part of the Museum staff.
Ms. Kidhe’s background consists of various administrative management positions within the nonprofit and private sector, while heavily involving herself in the connection of talented people and the volunteering of their services (hers included) for a variety of local charitable events.
Marie has a BS in International Business. Marie is excited to involve and develop her vast network and community engagement skills to the greatness of NAAM.
Education & Public Programs Director
ph: x 102
Eve Sanford is a multidiscipline artist and arts educator. A transplant from Chicago where she has worked over the past 17 years teaching art for Chicago public and charter schools and various community centers, museums and programs throughout the city. Eve’s educational philosophy moves her to facilitate creative experiences that engage students in the exploration of self, identity, community and purpose. As an artist, often her work takes form in photographs, paintings, and installations. She explores identity, vacancy and healing through a lens that is primarily autobiographical. Eve is an alumna of The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Seattle University.