Music4Life Board Of Directors
Martin Thall, Chairman, M4L Governing Board
Martin is a senior technology executive with a background in computer hardware and software engineering, sales, marketing and services. After 25 years at Hewlett Packard, Microsoft and Verizon, Martin was the Executive Vice President and President of Electronics at Visteon Corporation, a global $3B+ automotive technology supplier focused on building cockpit electronics and connected vehicle solutions. Martin is Managing Partner of www.AutoTechPartners.com. He lives in the Seattle area.
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.
Marli Iverson, Member, M4L Governing Board
Marli is a broker with Windermere Real Estate, specializing in fine properties in the greater Seattle area and Whidbey Island. Prior to her real estate career, Marli taught choral music to middle school students and piano to elementary students. She was a church choir director and a church soprano soloist. Marliis a graduate of the University of Washington with a BA in music education. Community activities: Past president of the Junior League of Seattle and her college sorority, Kappa Kappa Gamma, and a former board member of the United Way of King County Campaign Cabinet, the Seattle Foundation and Seattle Opera. In addition to the Music4Life Governing Board, Marli is an active member of the Rotary Club of Seattle (Seattle #4).
Lynn Lindsay, Member, 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.
Kim L. Moore, Member, M4L Governing Board
Ms. Moore is an investment professional with more than 18 years of experience assisting High Net Worth individuals, nonprofit, and for profit organizations achieve success. Ms. Moore’s clients also include endowments and foundations. She currently is a Financial Advisor with VALIC Financial Advisors in Seattle, WA. VALIC Financial Advisors is a wholly owned subsidiary of AIG, an international financial services and insurance organization with operations in approximately 130 countries. Ms. Moore is a graduate of the North Carolina School of the Arts (BFA) and of the University of California at Los Angeles (MBA). Her continuing education includes coursework to earn the Certified Financial Planner designation. She also holds Series 7, 63 and 65 securities licenses and life insurance, disability insurance and annuity licenses.
Gary Ryno, Treasurer, M4L Governing Board
Gary is a contract chief financial officer with www.MorganCFO.com. 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.