Lilliane is the Director of Development and Capacity Building at the Latino Community Fund of Washington State, supporting Latino-led organizations throughout Washington State through leadership development, civic engagement, and access to health care resources. Lilliane also serves on the board of Mari’s Place, an arts organization in Snohomish County. She is a Next Generation Leadership Fellow through Hispanics in Philanthropy and a previous Education Pioneers Fellow.
Lilliane’s focus is building the capacity of mid-sized nonprofits of $1 million and under that are led by and working with communities of color. This includes working in the health, education, civic engagement, and arts sectors. She holds a M.P.A. from the Evans School of Public Policy and Governance at the University of Washington and a B.A. from Occidental College in Los Angeles.
Originally from Los Angeles, Lilliane has been enjoying eating her way through the Pacific Northwest. She loves oysters especially and enjoys visiting oyster farms along the Washington and Oregon coast. Of course, she is also excited to have found delicious pan dulce in Seattle.