Morgan Sicilia is relatively new to Whatcom County, and as she searched for a local non-profit to get involved with she was immediately drawn to the mission, values and vision of the WDRC. Morgan has a background in Social Work and has dedicated her career to support healthy families in Alaska and now here in Bellingham. In her spare time Morgan loves to explore the outdoors with her husband and two children ages 5 and 7. Morgan is looking forward to doing her part to support this thriving and peaceful community through her work on the WDRC Board of Directors.
Kirsten Drickey teaches Spanish at Western Washington University, where she is particularly interested in ways to connect students with communities beyond the classroom. She completed the WDRC's 40-hour mediation course in 2012, an experience that has since shaped her approach to personal and professional collaborations. Kirsten joined the board with the goal of lending her experience to the DRC's mission of promoting conflict resolution in our community. When she's not working with students, you'll most often find her with her nose stuck in a book or spending as much time as possible outside, enjoying nature.