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Our Staff

Susan Dibble, Executive Director

Susan joined Page Ahead in 2006 after working in non-profit management and development for more than a decade. Susan came to PA from the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) where she directed the King County Chapter in researching causes and cures for neuromuscular diseases. Susan holds a Bachelor’s in Communications from the University of Calgary in Alberta and is originally from Eastern Washington.

Lisa Ceniceros, Literacy Programs Manager

Lisa joined Page Ahead in 2020 after spending eight years as an elementary school librarian. Lisa graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in Aerospace Engineering and spent her early career as an engineer working with NASA. She has since found a passion working with children to help them expand their knowledge and love of learning. She’s looking forward to working with the volunteers on the Book Oasis project and getting to work with all the amazing educators around the state on the Book Up Summer and Story Leader programs.

Rebecca Brinbury, Development Manager

Rebecca came to Page Ahead in 2019, building on a fifteen-year history of working in the arts, books, and nonprofits (including stints at Hugo House, Northwest Editors Guild, and University of Washington Press); she was also the founding managing director of Seattle City of Literature, which brought Seattle a UNESCO Creative Cities designation. Rebecca graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor's degree in creative writing and lives with her family in North Seattle.

Stacey Lane, Community Engagement & Administrative Specialist

Stacey has been an active volunteer in the greater Seattle community since 1993. She has dedicated her time to various non-profit organizations and schools that promote reading, writing and the arts. Stacey earned her Bachelor’s degree from Western Washington University and her Associates degree from Shoreline Community College. Stacey joined the Page Ahead team in February 2015.