Our People

TC Pro-Net Board Members

Danielle Westbrook is a 27-year resident of our community and a proud Evergreen graduate. For the last 12 years, she’s been a political consultant, having worked to elect over 30 candidates here in Thurston County. Also a rabid community activist, she’s worked for dozens of causes related to homelessness, domestic violence, and the environment, just to name a few.  She currently serves as Vice Chair of Thurston Conservation Voters, is an elected democratic PCO, and is the trumpet teaching artist for Student Orchestras of Greater Olympia (SOGO), as well as an avid musician and proud mother of a smart and talented 16-year old daughter. In her day job, she is staff to Thurston County Commissioner Karen Valenzuela. She is thrilled to be a boardmember of TC Pro-Net and looks forward to helping educate and empower the progressive community!

Nick Woodson Originally from the land of great Mexican food, saguaro cacti, and John McCain, Nick Woodson landed in Olympia in search of great wisdom and a nose full of patchouli at The Evergreen State College. Happy to trade in his SPF 100 sunscreen for a nice gortex raincoat, Nick spent his academic career studying (mostly) Economics and Public Policy while reserving a little time for more fun academic pursuits such as sailing around the Puget Sound. With his degree completed, Nick loved the smiling faces and unending rain of the Pacific Northwest so much that he decided to stick around and spend his days working for political causes. Six years later, Nick has worked in the marbled halls of the Washington State Senate, in legislative and local government relations jobs, as a manager for progressive local, regional, and statewide campaigns, and, most recently, helping nonprofits with accounting work. Nick still lives in Olympia and considers himself one lucky dog to be joining the board of the Thurston County Progressive Network.

Shabina Hussain is a public health professional who believes in progressive values and positive change. She is passionate about community development and improving access to healthy food, education and primary health care for all. Although new to Washington State, Shabina has more than twenty years of professional experience in health-related fields. She has served as a physician in some of the most underdeveloped regions of the world and has also managed public health programs in the United States. She likes to learn, meet new people, and is passionate about making positive contributions to the local community and beyond.

Kendra Albrecht grew up in Grapeview, WA and moved to Olympia in 2006 to pursue her education at South Puget Sound Community College. She has many years of experience in customer service, sales, marketing, and graphic design. She eventually met her husband, Matt, and they started Parachute Technology together to provide IT support and graphic design services to local small businesses. Kendra enjoys the great outdoors and travelling all over the Pacific Northwest. In her spare time, she volunteers for non-profit organizations to help with graphics and marketing materials they need, and helping her community whenever possible. Kendra is very much looking forward to her role as a board member for TC Pro-Net and is excited to get more involved with the community. Kendra lives in Olympia with her husband and their two boxers, Briscoe and Bayley.