Music4Life Board Of Directors


Lynn Lindsay, Chair, M4L Governing Board

Lynn recently retired after 31 years as Senior Vice President/Financial Advisor with Morgan Stanley.  Prior to embarking on a career advising individuals and families on their investments and retirement planning, Lynn worked for the City of Seattle for 13 years.  Her responsibilities included serving as Assistant Director of the Seattle Center from 1976-1983.  Previously she was with the Seattle Design Commission and Manager of the City of Seattle Capital Improvement Program.  Lynn graduated with Honors in History from the University of Washington and received a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the UW’s Evans School of Public Policy and Governance.  In addition to Music4Life, Lynn is an active community volunteer, serving on the Boards of Pacific Northwest Ballet, the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) Foundation and the Seattle Rotary Service Foundation.


David Endicott, Co-Founder & President

David served as Press Secretary in Washington, DC to U.S. Senator Slade Gorton from 1982 – 1987 and was subsequently appointed by Governor Mike Lowry as one of five full-time citizen members of the Washington State Health Care Policy Board in Olympia.  He operates his own marketing consulting firm in Seattle.  He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin, Madison and co-founded Music4Life in 2007 as a memorial in-part to his band director, Emory Nordness, in Viroqua, Wisconsin, where he was born and raised.


Gary Ryno, Treasurer, M4L Governing Board

Gary is a contract chief financial officer with  He wears many hats.  In his 40-year career, Gary has deftly negotiated the roles of CFO, CEO and EVP in banking and finance.  After successfully navigating his way from Yakima, Washington into the US Air Force, he turned his attention to earning a Bachelor of Arts degree from Central Washington University and a Certificate in Commercial Banking from the University of Washington — a native son done good.  When he’s not elbow-deep in Excel spreadsheets or saving someone’s bottom line, he spends his time cycling, cooking, hiking and passionately studying world events: economic, humanistic and universal and its ultimate effect on the future of Sapiens.

Kim McBride

Erin McBride, Member, M4L Governing Board

Erin McBride is a Volt Project Coordinator on assignment at Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. She also is a private music instructor and teaches piano to students in West Seattle, Normandy Park and Burien.

She has both volunteered and done contract marketing and event planning work for Music4Life since the fall of 2013. Erin has a B.A. in Mass Communication and a minor in classical piano from Walla Walla University. She worked in retail marketing at Tommy Bahama and Façonnable before deciding to start a private piano studio while her children are in elementary school. Erin also enjoys singing and has performed with the Seattle Symphony Chorale and local bands. She has accompanied choirs at Fairmount Park Elementary and Westside School. Erin is grateful for the opportunity she had to study music as a child and wants to help other children recognize that same dream.


Linda Mackintosh, Member, M4L Governing Board

Linda has been involved with music since the 4th grade when she played the cello in the school orchestra. Linda studied music at both the University of Washington and Washington State University and spent a year in Milan Italy studying with La Scala Diva Gina Cigna. Today Linda sings with the Rainier Chorale in Kent.

Her career has included being a junior high school teacher (music), Executive Director of Washington Business Week, Director of the
Corporations Division for the State of Washington under then Secretary of State Ralph Munro, and she owned a “” which was a Notary on the Internet. Today Linda is a Broker for Coldwell Banker Bain Real Estate.

Linda is a Commissioner for the Kent Art’s Commission, member of Rotary International (25 years: Olympia, Seattle #4 and Kent), past President of the Seattle Rotary Service Foundation.

Janice Winemiller, Member, M4L Governing Board