Meet Our Team



Muguette Guenneguez


Muguette is a 20-year Seattle resident with a passion for children, education, social justice and mental wellness. She was born in Haiti; her family moved to New York City when she was a teenager. Her family was deeply impacted by members with mental illness. She believes the best way to eliminate stigma is to have honest conversations about mental illness.

For the past 15 years, her work has centered around education, social justice and advocacy.

She has served on the board of several organizations including Launch, the largest before and after school program in the Seattle area, and Ventures, a microenterprise organization inspired by the Grameen Bank of Bangladesh. In addition, she served as co-chair on the Equity and Inclusion task force of Seattle Academy of Arts and Science, and founded and directed Learning Assets Tutoring Services, helping young people develop a lifelong commitment to education and learning.

In 2018, she dedicated herself to a project called Common Purpose, a citizen activist pipeline where participants learn the nuts and bolts of voter registration, engagement and mobilization. Muguette is a proud community advocate for equity in education, housing and health care.

She graduated from Seattle University with a degree in International Business. She enjoys living in the Northwest with her family and friends. In her spare time, she reads, cooks and volunteers.

Katie Mahoney, MSSW


Katie has served as NAMI Seattle’s Program Manager since November 2015. She holds a Master of Science in Social Work from the University of Texas at Austin, and her previous nonprofit work includes program coordination, outreach, and direct client services in women’s health, HIV, employment training, and community martial arts and self-defense. Katie also sits on the steering committee of the North King County chapter of the Volunteer Administrators Network. Outside of her role at NAMI Seattle, Katie serves as a coordinator with Kids & Race, a Seattle-based organization that provides racial justice trainings for children, families and educators.

Faarah Misbah


Faarah has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Washington. She very passionate about mental health care and its accessibility, especially in low-income communities where it is stigmatized. She spends a lot of her free time on volunteer work in the Muslim community but also enjoys spending time reading and watching cheesy romcoms.

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Christina Greene


Christina has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Western Washington University and certificates in Nonprofit Administration and Fundraising Management, and brings this background, along with a 12-year career in the nonprofit sector, to her interim role with NAMI Seattle.  She has a passion to contribute to the health and vitality of her community, and a desire to contribute to the greater good of the place she calls home. She is so pleased to work with and support the NAMI vision where all those impacted by mental illness know they are not alone, and are empowered to live a fulfilling life. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, supporting the local musician community, and western swing dancing.  

Aislin Percival


Aislin has a Bachelors of Science degree in Health Sciences with a minor in psychology from Seattle Paciic University. She is passionate about increasing awareness of mental health conditions in youth. She has worked with adults and youth (13-17) experiencing mental health crises and a host of resulting issues including homelessness, substance abuse and involvement with the juvenile criminal justice system. In her spare time, she enjoys volunteering, playing with her dog and long distance running.

Our Board

NAMI Seattle’s board is built with intention to represent the community we serve. These volunteer leaders are people in recovery, family members supporting someone with mental health conditions, and professionals in the mental health field. They are uniquely positioned to provide firsthand perspectives and guide our affiliate in ways that are true to our values and elevate the lived experiences of our community members impacted by mental illness.

Sarah Punshon, President
Michele Moore, Vice President
Laura Umetsu, JD, Treasurer
Mindy Meyring, Secretary
Jeremiah Bainbridge
Margaret Diddams
Jen Dold
Richard Martin, MD
Terry Proctor
Rebecca Yang

Our Partners

Community Partners

We are proud to work with care providers to bring lived experience to their continuing education efforts through the In Our Own Voice Program:

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Community Foundations and Funding Partners

Nesholm Family Foundation
Tulalip Tribes
Norcliffe Foundation