Capitol Hill Housing Foundation

The Capitol Hill Housing Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit supporting Capitol Hill Housing.

The Foundation raises funds to sustain general operations at CHH, expand programs such as resident services, and help launch new initiatives.

Board of Directors

Deirdre Doyle, President - Broker, Windermere Real Estate Midtown Pike-Pine

Margaret Pak Enslow, Vice President - Attorney, MBE Law Group PLLC

Josephine Wong, Treasurer - Deputy Director, King County Department of Community & Health Services

Stan Baty, Secretary - Founder, Columbia Pacific Advisors

Anand Balasubrahmanyan - Strategic Storyteller, Team Soapbox

Sue Cary – Retired, Capitol Hill Housing

Arif Gursel - Director of Product, Point Inside

Frank Houston - Retired, Esterline Technologies

Cassandra Mitchell - Vice President & Corporate Responsibility Officer, KeyBank

Jeff Reibman - Principal, Weber Thompson Architects

Randy Robinson - Senior Vice President, Heritage Bank

Deirdre Doyle - Deirdre relocated to Seattle in 1991 from Massachusetts and began her Real Estate career with Windermere in 2001. Community is the foundation of her business and she dedicates time and resources to several non-profit organizations including CHH, Plymouth Housing, Nature Bridge, Seattle Art Museum, and Artist Trust. Deirdre is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a BA in Economics. She and her husband Patrick reside in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood.

Margaret Pak Enslow - Margaret has represented plaintiffs and defendants in a wide variety of civil litigation matters, including commercial disputes, employment-related claims, personal injury, product liability, professional malpractice, and real property disputes. She has been recognized as a Rising Star and Super Lawyer by Super Lawyers magazine. Prior to MBE Law Group, Margaret practiced at a large national law firm in San Francisco and a boutique litigation firm in Seattle. Margaret also enjoys teaching law to a diverse and talented group of students at Seattle Central College.

Josephine Wong - Josephine has over 20 years of experience in effective operations and administration in organizations, currently serving as Deputy Director of the King County Department of Community & Health Services, overseeing an annual department budget of $750 million and 450 employees. From 2008-2013 Josephine served as Chief Operating Officer of Capitol Hill Housing, overseeing the Property Management, Compliance, IT and Office Administration. She is a Children and Family Fellow with the Annie E Casey Foundation.

Stan Baty - – Stanley L. Baty is a founder of Columbia Pacific Advisors, LLC and Vice President of Columbia Pacific Management, Inc. He is directly responsible for private investments both in the US and Asia. Previously, Mr. Baty was a financial analyst for Nomura Securities Corporation. Mr. Baty currently sits on the Board of Directors of Emeritus Corporation, Seattle Bank, Dry Soda, and Optimum Energy.

Anand Balasubrahmanyan – Passionate about housing advocacy and immigration reform, Anand believes in the power of compelling stories to create positive change. He is currently a communications consultant at Team Soapbox where he helps government agencies, non-profits, and foundations speak clearly about critical issues. He has also worked for Pyramid Communications, the Committee to End Homelessness in King County (now AllHome), Publicola, and the Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota. Originally from St. Paul, Minnesota, Anand studied history at Grinnell College and now lives with his incredulous cat on Capitol Hill.

Sue Cary - Sue retired in 2012 after 12 years at Capitol Hill Housing where she served first as Director of Property Development and later as Director of Asset Management. Prior to joining the staff at CHH, she developed affordable housing in the Seattle area for the A.F. Evans Company and for South East Effective Development. In addition to the Foundation Board, Sue currently serves on the boards of the Mt. Baker Housing Association and the Mt. Baker HUB Alliance.

Arif Gursel - Arif is a globally focused technology strategist and business development professional with over 15+ years of experience gained from a unique blend of professional backgrounds and job disciplines. He specializes in product development, strategic business engagements, partner alliances, business model analysis, and technology strategy equipped to lead initiatives & people toward common goals. Arif also serves on the board of directors of P.A.C.E. and as a strategic advisor for Floodgate Academy.

Frank Houston - Frank recently retired after 31 years at Esterline Technologies, where he served as Segment President of Avionics and Controls, a $1 billion, 4,000 -person division of the aerospace firm. His duties included reviewing capital investiture requests and program reviews of those projects, compliance oversight and strategic plans review. Frank has a BA in Political Science from Seattle Pacific University and an MBA from the University of Washington. He is board Vice President as well as Nominating Committee Chair and member of the Development Committee for an arts nonprofit called Early Music Guild. He has also served as a board member for the Boys and Girls Club. Frank currently is a volunteer for the CHH Near program.

Cassandra Mitchell - As the KeyBank Vice President and Corporate Responsibility Officer for Washington, Cassandra is responsible for executing Washington’s Community Engagement Strategy through partnerships with local non-profit and community-based organizations. Her passion and focus is advocating for diverse and inclusive communities and work environments where organizations thrive and people excel. Cassandra received her Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management from Colorado State University and completed her Professional Human Resource (PHR) certification. She is originally from Portland, Oregon but has called Puget Sound home for over 15 years with her three daughters, Sierra, Kamryn and Kadyn.

Jeff Reibman - For twenty-five years, Jeff has been working in the Seattle area with focus on residential design of all kinds. He has a particular interest in working with senior and affordable housing developers and organizations to help them maximize their opportunities to provide safe, healthy, affordable homes. For the past several years, he has led Weber Thompson’s low-income housing group including the firm’s advocacy and volunteer efforts. He is also a former board member for Great City and served as an inaugural member of Seattle’s Urban Forestry Commission.

Randy Robinson - Randy Robinson is Senior Vice President, Community Development Lending, at Heritage Bank. In this position, Randy sources and structures commercial real estate transactions for affordable housing development and preservation, and non-profit community facilities. He also manages Heritage Bank’s relationship with its tax credit syndicator partner, Enterprise Community Investment. Randy has held positions in the field of community development throughout his career, including at KeyBank, Fannie Mae, and U.S. Bancorp. Randy is a Commissioner of the Washington State Housing Finance Commission and serves on the boards of Impact Capital, HomeSight, and the Capitol Hill Housing Foundation. He chaired the 2009 campaign to renew the Seattle Housing Levy. Randy has a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Whitman College. He is certified by the National Development Council as a community development finance professional.