Kitsap Community Foundation adds board members

The Kitsap Community Foundation recently added three members to its board of directors, Kol Medina, executive director announced.

Stephen Oliver Jr., Joan Davis, and Frank Leach joined the board in October.

“The Foundation is fortunate to have these three stellar community members joining our team,” said Medina.

Davis lives in Port Orchard and was formerly employed as senior vice president, special assets, for Umpqua Bank and Vice President and Special Credits Manager for Washington Mutual Bank.

She held a number of nonprofit board positions and is currently a member of the board of directors for Mothers Against Drunk Driving.

She was formerly the board chairman for Kitsap County Community Development Corporation and president of the Kitsap Peninsula Mycological Society.

Leach is a broker and owner of RE/MAX Platinum Services, The Frank Leach Group in Silverdale.

He has been involved in real estate in Kitsap County for more than 30 years, during which time he has been awarded several achievement awards, including Realtor of the Year and the RE/MAX Lifetime Achievement Award.

He has been involved in numerous nonprofit and community organizations including Lions Club International. He has lived in Kitsap County for 39 years.

Oliver received his bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from the University of Washington and master’s degree of business administration from City University of Seattle.

As an undergraduate, he was a member of the National Society of Black Engineers where he held the position of president.

After graduating from the University of Washington in 1999, he began his civil service career as an Industrial Engineer for the Department of Navy in Kitsap County and now holds the position of program planning division head.

The mission of Kitsap Community Foundation is to improve our community’s quality of life by connecting people who care with causes that matter.

For more information on the Kitsap Community Foundation, call Medina at 360-698-3622 or visit


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