Board of Directors

Jami Lund, Board Chairman


Jami Lund is a policy analyst for the Freedom Foundation, a nonprofit policy research organization. He has worked on behalf of public officials, community awareness and sound public policy for twenty years. Jami received a master’s degree in public policy from Western Washington University, and has also worked as an educator in a small, private school. He has been married since 1987 and has three sons. Jami is a lifelong drummer.

Linda Johnson, Treasurer


Linda Johnson served as the bookkeeper for Centralia Christian School for 20 years. Since 2009 she has been enjoying working as a Kindergarten teacher. Linda has been married 31 years, and spends time hiking, biking, gardening and visiting with her three adult children.

Brian Moog, Secretary


Brian retired from Intel Corporation in 2015.  He and his wife, Leslie, have been married 44 years and raised their five children in Centralia.  Prior to his 21 years at Intel, Brian worked locally as a banker and for an aquaculture enterprise.  He has a B.A. in economics from Western Washington University and an A.T.A.  in electronics from Centralia College.  He has served as a volunteer for United Way of Lewis County and on the board of the Centralia Christian School Foundation.

Stan Bowman



Norm Hamlow


Norm has settled in this area recently but has served as a pillar of several ministries for decades. Norm and his wife spent several years traveling as volunteer service missionaries around the United States. In his career, he worked as a senior applications consultant on software programs. He earned his Electrical Engineering degree from Fresno State University.


Tina Merten

board-member-TinaTina has worked for Providence Health and Services for 20+ years. Her roles have ranged from bed side nurse to clinical nursing educator, and she currently serves as a Clinical Informaticist. She earned her Registered Nursing degree from Mt Hood Community College in the state of Oregon. She is also a Board Certified Medical/Surgical nurse. She lives with her husband of 33 years on a Ranch in Toledo, WA. Her passion is adventure in life itself. She fancies her dog, her horses, skiing, hunting, mission trips to foreign countries, and she has competed as an Olympic mounted shooter.

 Dr. Mark Nishiyama


Mark Nishiyama is the physician lead at Providence Centralia’s Women’s Center and has practiced there since its inception. Mark graduated from Loma Linda University in California with his wife, Brenda. They have four children and enjoy traveling and volunteering together.