Our Team

Sylvia Hadnot, MEd

Sylvia Hadnot, MEd


Board of Directors

Sound Discipline board

Dave Thompson

Board President

Dave is a technology industry veteran with 34 years of experience in the computer and software industry. A retired Microsoft Corporate Vice President, during his tenure he led a variety of product teams including Windows Server, Exchange and Office365. Dave believes passionately in equity and opportunity for all and is a committed social investor and community volunteer. He has served in board roles for non-profit and for-profit organizations including Social Venture Partners, Habitat for Humanity, and Placefull, Inc. He serves on advisory councils at 501 Commons and at the Electrical and Computer Engineering School at Cornell University.

Maggie Fonseca, MEd

Board Vice President

Magdalena S. Fonseca, MEd, has been a  strong advocate and supporter for undocumented students in higher education for the last 15 years. In 2014, she co-founded the Leadership Without Borders program, the first space dedicated to serving undocumented students in institutions of higher education in the Pacific Northwest. In 2016, she was awarded the Distinguished Staff Award for her dedication and efforts in this area and serves as an Undocumented Student Specialist for her department at the University of Washington, Seattle campus.  She has extensive experience in staff development, event planning and programming, systems organization and student leadership development. Magdalena holds a master’s degree in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies and a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of Washington. In her spare time, Magdalena enjoys home improvement projects, outdoor activities and baking.

Jackie Grassie

Board Treasurer

Jackie Reinland, with more than twenty years of experience, brings expertise in financial analysis, financial modeling and reporting, and creating business processes. Beyond her service to Sound Discipline, Jackie’s commitment to her community is evident in her long-time volunteer position leading discussions with residents at a local not-for-profit nursing home.

Jimmy Hung, JD

Board Secretary

Jimmy Hung is the Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for the Juvenile Division of the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office where he leads deputy prosecutors, victim advocates and staff at the Youth Services Center in Seattle. He graduated from the University of Washington School of Law in 1999 and joined the office that year. During his time in the office he has worked on all levels of felony and misdemeanor trial practice including homicide, sexual assault, and domestic violence. Jimmy has led efforts in King County to reduce the use of secure detention and formal court processing of youthful offenders, while increasing the use of restorative justice options. Jimmy has previously served on the boards of the Asian Bar Association of Washington and the Washington State Bar Association’s Criminal Law Section Executive Committee where he was once Chair.

Deborah Salas, MSW

Immediate Past President

Deborah Salas, MSW, has been a management leader in organizations ranging from corporate high tech to arts and education non-profits for over 30 years. Building on her work in community schools strategies and classroom instruction, Deborah is currently focusing her energies on facilitating conversations to deeply explore emergent issues, reach common understanding from divergent points of view and building project action plans.

Kim Clarke, MBA

Board Member

Kim is a strategic leader and perpetual learner, with a passion for helping people overcome obstacles and achieve bold goals. During her sixteen years at Microsoft, she led teams across the company in business strategy, marketing, licensing and pricing, sales training and readiness. As a General Manager, her most fulfilling roles involved leading through change. Since retiring, Kim shifted her focus to education and volunteering in her daughter’s school. She served as PTA President for two years and represented the school on district Bond and Levy committees. Kim holds a BA from Harvard University and an MBA from Harvard Business School. None of that helps with her current challenge (and humbling opportunity): attempting to learn electric guitar at School of Rock.

Chris Goelz, JD

Board Member

Chris has been a mediator for the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals for over twenty years.  Before coming to the court, he was a litigator in a small San Francisco firm.  Chris graduated from Yale Law School and has an undergraduate degree in engineering.  He is an author of a Ninth Circuit practice guide published by the Rutter Group and has taught negotiation at the University of Washington Law School.

Jonathan Joseph, MPH/MUP

Board Member

Jonathan brings over 15 years experience in grassroots community development. With a Bachelors in Law and Justice, focusing on community justice programs, Jonathan recently completed a joint Masters in Urban Planning and Design/Masters in Public Health. He is focused on community engagement, working with residents within neighborhoods to make them more equitable for all. Jonathan’s knowledge of community and government policy is an important aspect of the Sound Discipline leadership team.

Norman Sigler, MBA

Board Member

Norman Sigler is the entrepreneurial owner and Managing Director of CLEAR-Consulting Biz, a Seattle-based executive search firm specializing in delivering diverse talent solutions for companies throughout the Northwest and beyond with special focus on Gender and Racial Equity. His clients include for profits, social profits and municipalities. Norman is also committed to civic engagement and believes a healthy society exists when both commerce and community are strong. He sits on civic committees and is most proud of his mentoring eastside youth of African descent. Norman holds an M.B.A. from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan and a B.S degree from Washington & Lee University.

Sarah Yatsko, MPA

Board Member

Sarah comes to the Sound Discipline Board with a career-long commitment to ensuring children of all backgrounds are provided with the opportunities and the support they need to thrive. After 10 years as a Social Worker working directly with incarcerated youth in King County, she obtained a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the University of Washington. Armed with her new degree and a deep understanding of how the life trajectory of a child is forever altered by a disconnection from school, Sarah spent a decade at the University of Washington conducting research in K-12 public education. This work placed her in hundreds of schools in dozens of school districts across the country. She currently works at the University of Washington’s Center for Social Sector Analytics and Technology where she helps government agencies improve data collection methods. She is thrilled to serve on the board and to be able to contribute to the critical work of Sound Discipline.