Meet the Team

We’re devoted to enhancing our community’s health and well-being.

Board of Trustees

Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation's Board of Trustees is composed of committed volunteers who steer the organization toward fulfilling its mission of improving community health and well-being.


Suzanne Lewis

Board President

Suzanne Lewis is a Washington Native, having lived on the Plateau since 1977. Professionally, Suzanne is an experienced physical therapist working with clients who have developmental disabilities as well as general orthopedics.

She enjoys being outdoors, whether it's cross-country skiing or backpacking. The mother of two fabulous grown children and two equally amazing grandchildren, Suzanne, and her wife can be found cheering on the Husky football team, camping, or searching for wine tasting events.

Suzanne’s passion for people has drawn her to serve on the board of RFWF to work toward better mental health and reduced food insecurity on the Plateau. She has been an integral part of RFWF since 2011.

Suzanne’s next big goal is to complete the entire Pacific Crest Trail.

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Susan Jouflas, PA
Vice President
Tammi Voorhees
Wendy Walker, DDA
Larry Kauffman
Past President
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Elaine Parks
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Jane Ensley
Alan Gamblin
Becky Olness
Angelo Delvecchio
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Pat Kollen
Renee Espinosa

Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation Staff

The staff of Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation is a dedicated and compassionate team committed to improving the health and well-being of individuals and families in the community.


Sara Stratton

Executive Director

A proud Enumclaw Hornet, Sara is grateful to serve the community that raised her. When outside the RFWF office, you’ll find Sara outdoors – either running, hiking with her family, mountain biking, or gardening. Otherwise, she is cheering on her three active kids at their sporting events.

Prior to joining RFWF as Executive Director in 2020, Sara worked in non-profit leadership at World Vision and Ragini Project, in addition to roles in marketing & communications, event production, and recreation management. She is committed to identifying the existing needs of our community and working with compassionate partners to implement relevant and sustainable solutions.

Sara’s next big goal is to create a community connections center for RFWF and the greater plateau – a space that sparks hope and inspires service. And also to qualify for the Boston Marathon and hike to every fire lookout tower in Washington before she turns 40.

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Deanna Kuzaro
Program Coordinator
Nicole Barton
Administrative Coordinator
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Sandy Merrill
Senior Hot Meals Lead
Allyson Holmgren
Care Van Driver
Tami Ward
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Foundation staff

Make a Difference in Your Community

Volunteering for the Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation is a chance to make a real difference in the lives of people in your community. By joining our team, you can help us provide essential health and wellness services, support local businesses, and build a stronger, more connected community. Come make a positive impact and be a part of something bigger than yourself.

Become Part Of The Solution

Volunteer or donate today to help create healthier, more fulfilling lives in our community. Together, we can make a difference.