Susan Dibble, Executive Director
Susan Dibble 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.
Nick Nogrady, Program Director
Nick has ten years of non-profit management experience. After graduating from the University of Connecticut, he moved to New York City to work in operations at Harlem Village Academies and then the Brooklyn Music School. In 2011, he moved to Seattle to attend the University of Washington’s Evans School of Public Affairs. During his time at the Evans School, he worked at MEMconsultants, a youth development consulting group, and as a freshman admissions reader for the UW. Nick joined the Page Ahead team in April 2014.
Jule Delano, Development Manager
Julie has over 20 years of non-profit Fund Development and Marketing experience. She graduated from Western Oregon State University in 1992 earning her Bachelor of Science in Communications. She has extensive work in all areas of Fund Development such as: Events, Grants, Individual and Major Giving, Direct Mail and Planned Giving. Most of her non-profit work has focused on children and animals. She has a great passion for literacy and knows that it is the window that opens us all up to success. Julie joined the Page Ahead team in January 2017.
Jacki Crowther, Book Program Manager
Jacki has been coordinating programs at Page Ahead for more than 18 years. She has extensive experience working with volunteers, program sites, parents and children. Jacki holds a Master's in Education and is a former classroom teacher.
Stacey Lane, Office Administrator
Stacey has been an active volunteer in the greater Seattle community since 1993. She has dedicated time to various non-profit organizations, schools and charities 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. She has a deep affinity for literature as it has played an important role in her life. She knows that access to books can change children’s lives for the better. Stacey joined the Page Ahead team in February 2015.