Who We Are

C.G. Jung Society, Seattle, is a membership organization of lay people, scholars, and counseling professionals in the greater Puget Sound area of the Pacific Northwest.

The Society is governed by a board of directors in accordance with the organization's bylaws. The board is comprised of active Society members who plan, coordinate, and oversee Society activities. The Society's board is an all-volunteer board, with no paid staff. Roles include officers...

  • President,
  • Vice President,
  • Secretary, and
  • Treasurer

...and coordinators...

  • Program Coordinator,
  • Office Manager,
  • Membership Coordinator,
  • Library Coordinator,
  • Newsletter Coordinator,
  • Outreach Coordinator,
  • Volunteer Coordinator, and
  • Event Coordinator.

Roles change as the organization's needs change and people with different skills become available to participate.

Board members are recruited, and a slate of candidates is presented to the membership by the board at the annual membership meeting. The Society is always looking for people who would like to support the Society by serving on the board. To be on the board, you must be a Society member and attend three board meetings before joining the board. We prefer prospective board members to first volunteer in other capacities.

Please contact any board member directly or contact us via email if you are interested.

Board members as of August 2015

  • Bunny Brown, President and Librarian
  • (Vacant), Vice President
  • (Vacant), Secretary
  • Diane Bogue, Treasurer and Office Manager
  • Kevin Filocamo, Program Committee Chair
  • Shirley McNeil, Newsletter Editor
  • (Vacant), Event Coordinator
  • (Vacant), Outreach Coordinator

How You Can Get Involved

Please consider supporting our worthwhile work by joining our email list, following us on Facebook or Linked In, attending one of our upcoming events, becoming a member, volunteering your time, and/or making a donation. Thank you.

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