Meet Our Team
Suzanne Johnson ┃Chief Executive Officer
Suzanne Johnson is the Chief Executive Officer for the Twin County United Way. Suzanne attended Boise State University (BSU) and earned an English degree in 2002. She planned on going into an MFA program after graduation, but that summer she took a job at a camp for people with disabilities. It changed the trajectory of her life because she instantly loved the work and knew she was meant to continue on in the human services field which is exactly what she did. She eventually branched out into non-profit management where she has continued to serve for the past 15 plus years. She went back to BSU and got her MBA in 2018.
Allison Beck ┃ Resource Development Manager
Allison is a 2015 graduate from the University of Idaho with a degree in Business Management & Human Resources. Prior to joining the Twin County United Way, she spent the last five years working in the Athletic Department at Lewis-Clark State College, first as the Administrative Assistant before being promoted to Operations Manager in 2017. As Operations Manager, she oversaw the
Warrior Athletic Association (WAA) booster board, was tournament director for Snake River Shootout AAU, assisted with Athletic Department marketing, fundraising and promotions, along with supporting the Avista NAIA Baseball World Series.
She found a passion in giving back to the community while working the with WAA and feels her skill set is a great fit for her position, and she can’t wait to make an impact and serve the community.
Allison is a native of Clarkston, WA and resides there with her daughter, Challis.
Jocie Chamberlain ┃ Administration Assistant
Jocie is a 2018 graduate from Central Washington University, where she graduated with a degree is Social Science and Psychology. Prior to joining the Twin County United Way, she spent 1.5 years as the Director of Partner Relations for the Moses Lake Chamber of Commerce. This is where she grew a passion for community outreach, event planning, social media management, and helping businesses in the community.
Originally from the Seattle area, Jocie was excited to move to Lewiston with her husband Nikko, who is originally from the area to raise their daughter Scarlett.
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