In addition to being a sought-after keynote speaker, Sharon Lacey is also an internationally touring headlining comedian. She performs in comedy clubs all across the USA and Canada, and has been to Iraq twice to entertain U.S. troops. She’s also been on four comedy tours of Africa, where she performs for Ugandan audiences in two of their tribal languages.
Sharon is the author of A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO DEMENTIA: A Stand Up Comedian’s Race Against Time.
All of this comes after Sharon’s earlier careers as a radio dj, television news producer, and a national award winning middle school teacher.
Erin Brewster is the sales and marketing director at CatchAll Environmental. She has a passion for helping her clients keep their stormwater systems in compliance, avoid floods, and care for the environment. Her favorite things about her job include, (in order), socializing with the people she gets to work with, attending fun and educational events, and getting dirty during field inspections. After work hours, you can find Erin on a distance run, enjoying time with her kids, or listening to a true crime podcast.
Joey Moser is the Inspections Coordinator & Project Estimating Manager at Catchall Environmental. Joey has multiple years of hands-on experience working in the field to support storm system maintenance efforts, as well as a comprehensive understanding of what it takes to keep a storm system in compliance, free of pollutants, and functioning at maximum efficiency. When not at work, you can find him out on the hiking trail summitting Washington’s beautiful peaks, fishing the streams, or paddleboarding the waters of the Puget Sound.
Brittaney Bones, Esq., is an Associate Attorney with Vial Fotheringham LLP (VF-Law). Brittaney first joined VF as a law clerk in 2018 while attending Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon. Brittaney joined VF as an attorney in 2020 upon passing the Oregon State Bar. Additionally, she is licensed in Washington and Idaho. Recently relocated to Idaho, Brittaney continues to serve planned communities throughout the Pacific Northwest region. She assists associations in various matters, including assessment collection and foreclosure lawsuits, CC&R enforcement, land use approvals, interpreting and amending governing documents, defending fair housing complaints, and navigating bankruptcy filings
Michael Davis has spent 22 years in risk management and quality assurance at the state and local levels including non-profit program management. After graduating from Seattle Pacific University with degrees in Psychology and Business he served as a volunteer crisis counselor and continues serving at-risk communities in his non-working hours. As Operations for Dimensional Building Consultants Michael coordinates projects for the engineering and architect team and serves the CAI community as a committee volunteer.
Devin Craig is on a mission to help organizations and the people within them to flourish. He equips them to develop awesome workplace cultures through honing clarity, building “super people managers” and creating highly cohesive teams.
Devin authored the book Super Manager: How to Unlock People and Organizational Performance and Potential through Great People Leadership. He has a Master’s degree in Organizational Leadership from Gonzaga and a Bachelors in Political Science from UW. Devin has managed people at various levels in a wide variety of organizations ranging from Fortune 500s to small independently owned franchises and even the military. His approach to teaching, training, coaching, consulting and leading can best be described as “simple, fun and effective.”
Devin has helped thousands of people to become better managers, succeed as new or experienced managers, build high performing teams and foster awesome work cultures. He helps them to enjoy their work more and advance further in their lives and careers. Devin’s range of industry expertise includes the military, private sector, service industry, retail, food, financial industry and nonprofits.
Devin is fully invested in his thriving family in Auburn Washington. His greatest pride is in being the husband of his wife, Brittney, and the father of their 2 awesome boys, JC and Luke.
Ann Forrest, BSN, MHA, is a volunteer in Seattle’s Office of Emergency Management and is co-coordinator of the grass-roots Emergency Communication Hubs. Her passion is teaching others to be prepared by offering tasks in manageable bits. At present, she is expanding her outreach to non-English speakers and also helping those who live with shared walls (downtown towers, apartments buildings, condos, etc.).
Jerry Ringenberg is a 30 year veteran of Association Management with a specialization in high-rise operations. Since 2011, he has managed Fifteen Twenty-One Second Avenue, one of the region’s premier residences. In 2014, Fifteen Twenty-One was the recipient of the Transportation Vision Award from the 2030 District for their installation of 62 car chargers. They currently have submitted a permit with the City of Seattle Planning Department for another 89 car charging stations.
Joe Rohan is a serial entrepreneur and business builder who has spent 15 years launching new technologies and advancing programs that improve business process and workflow across multiple industry sectors. Joe is a co-founder of Chargeable EV and is currently driving its nationwide efforts to illuminate the EV playing field for businesses and community stakeholders.
Matthew Anderson, CPA, is an audit manager at Newman CPA, and has worked exclusively with community associations since 2019, specializing in revenue recognition and audits of management transitions. He has his Bachelor’s degree in Business with an emphasis on accounting and is a licensed certified public accountant.
Christian Colunga, RS, joined Association Reserves in 2008 after graduating from California Lutheran University where he completed a BS degree in International Business. He began his career in Washington, transitioning to the AR corporate office in 2010 where he completed over 3,000 reserve studies for clients across the U.S., Europe and Asia. This far-reaching experience provided a great deal of perspective on building and property needs across the globe and working with a wide variety of clients, including some of the world’s largest hotel & resort brands, golf facilities, worship centers and commercial entities. He is a CAI credentialed Reserve Specialist (RS #208) and rejoined the Washington office in 2021 as a Senior Project Manager, also providing staff and client / management company training. Christian is a member of WSCAI’s Communications Committee