Meet Our Staff 

ytpYvonne L. Terrell-Powell



Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, 1999, Pennsylvania State University L.M.H.C., Washington State Department of Health Multicultural counseling - solution-focused; racial identity development; student success, self-esteem/acceptance;  stress  and anxiety concerns; adjustment issues;  and life transitions.  


Pamela Francisco

Secretary Lead (No photo available)


BA, Fine Arts, 1967, Western Washington University Business Technology Certificate, 1999, Shoreline Community College Student and staff customer service. 


Jeanne Strieck



MA, Psychology, 1987, Antioch University Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Washington State Department of Health, Supervisor for Mental Health Licensure Candidates Counselor


Focus on individual counseling services and teaching of Human Development classes that support the student in the expression of their own power, creativity and wholeness: enhancing self esteem, managing stress, improving relationships, choosing meaningful careers, and dealing with life transitions, racial, ethnic and gender challenges, grief, loss, anxiety and depression.


Interests: Being in nature, making art and music, dancing, exploring multicultural ritual and healing traditions, enjoying family, friends and my cat.