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Leadership Circle >

Leadership CircleThe iLEAP Leadership Circle is a distinguished group of people who believe in the iLEAP mission and make a multi-year gift in support of that belief. These people understand the importance of investing in the next generation of grass-roots social leaders who are working for justice, peace, and equality around the world.

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Current Founding Members of the Leadership are:

Dick & Judy Anderson
Carolyn Bain & Victor Araya
Peter Blomquist
Phyllis Campbell
Terry & Jane Chadsey
Mark & Lisa Coffey
Jon & Tristen Collins
Jim Gore & Susan Dittig
Betsy Hale & Tony Case
Heide & Matthew Felton
Lynn Hashimoto
JB Hoover
Rick & Marcy Jackson
Francis & Carol Janes
Jean Johnson & Peter Miller
David & Denel Lee
Yaffa & Paul Maritz
Linda & John Mason
Fred & Rosalee Mednik
Peter Newbury
Harold Taniguchi
Bill & Pat Taylor
Deborah & Keith Streeter
Ada Williams Prince & Troy Prince

Organizations and Institutions >

iLEAP has grown thanks to the generous support of a number of foundations, institutions, and businesses. A sampling of these can be found here:

Alaffia
American Friends of the Asian Rural Institute (AFARI)
Antioch University Seattle
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
The Boeing Company
Boston Foundation
Flora Family Foundation
Google
Hans & Elizabeth Wolf Foundation
Hitachi
International Development Exchange (IDEX)
Japan Foundation, Center for Global Partnerships
Mainichi Education
Microsoft
Mitsubishi
One Pacific Coast Bank
Pangea
Peg & Rick Young Foundation
Rikkyo University
Seattle International Foundation
Seattle Foundation
SE Asia Foundation
Seattle Mariners
Seattle University
Segal Family Foundation
TOMODACHI Initiative
Toyota Motor Corporation
US-Japan Council
Whitman Institute

Program Partners >

Consistent with our partnership and relationship based approach to social change, iLEAP conducts programs in close partnership with a number of Seattle-based organizations working for change on their specific issue. These partnerships are an essential (and unique) piece to our program curriculum and involve anything from hosting our program participants at their place of work to nominating in-country field staff to join a program. Here are many of the great partners with whom we have had the honor to work and without whom iLEAP would not be what it is today.

ACT for Congo
American Friends of the Asian Rural Institute (AFARI)
Artists for Japan
Blomquist International
Brown Paper Tickets
Center for Courage & Renewal
Committee for Children
EarthCorps
Entrepreneurial Training for Innovative Communities (ETIC)
Esperanza International
Etta Projects
FareStart
Feet First
Guatemala Village Health
Global Partnerships
Global Visionaries
Global Washington
HEAL Africa
Inno-Lab
International Development Exchange (IDEX)
Jolkona
Katariba
Landesa
Madre Bonita
Northwest Center
One By One
OneAmerica
OneWorld Now!
Panama Hotel
Pangea Global Giving
Partners Asia
PATH
PeaceTrees Vietnam
Rwanda Girls Initiative
Seattle International Foundation
Seattle Tilth
Seattle University Matteo Ricci College
Social Venture Partners International
Ten Thousand Villages
Tree Kangaroo Community Project at the Woodland Park Zoo
Unexpected Productions
Washington C.A.S.H.
We Are Shouting
Whidbey Institute
Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience