LaJuana Johnson, Interim Executive Director
(she/her) LaJuana Johnson is an accomplished executive leader with 20+ years of experience in organizational effectiveness, strategic leadership, and building dynamic programs and partnerships. She brings a unique interdisciplinary background and in-depth expertise in directing internal and external teams and leading local and national conversations on social justice and racial equity across movements. LaJuana has worked at Planned Parenthood of Southern Arizona as Director of Education and Training, Cardea Services, as Director – Training and Capacity Building, and as a Principal at KLA Enterprises, where she served as an executive coach, speaker, and trainer.
LaJuana offers a wealth of knowledge coupled with a rich cultural heritage rooted in profound historical experiences that allow her to think outside the box to create innovative ideas to lead organizations to programmatic and organizational success. LaJuana earned her Master of Business Administration from Louisiana State University and is currently pursuing a Doctor of Education at the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign in Diversity, Equity, and Human Resource Development. She is passionate and relentless in her pursuit of creating spaces where people get seen, heard, valued, and respected.
LaJuana loves to travel (20 countries, 44 states, and counting), Finnish sauna, hosting transformational retreats, and listening to other people’s stories. It is through these stories that her work towards equity, inclusion, diversity, and social justice begins.
Shin Shin Hsia, Operations & Human Resources Director
(she/her) Shin Shin Hsia is passionate about changing the culture of mainstream movements and redefining what it means to be a leader.
Before coming to Win|Win in 2016, she dabbled in campaign management, leadership development, corps programming, fair trade, international programs & exchange and primate ecology. She is a recent participant of LEAP Impact – a national program designed to build up leadership skills to increase Asian and Pacific Islander representation in leadership roles in the nonprofit sector as well as the Propel Leadership Institute through the Evans School of Public Policy & Governance at the University of Washington. Shin Shin holds a B.S. in Environmental and Conservation Biology, a certificate in H.R. Management and is a published primatologist.
Shin Shin spends her time outside of the office geeking out about organizational development, partaking in hobbies associated with the geriatric and eating spicy fried chicken at Fort St. George.
Chris Langeler, Program Director
(he/they) Chris Langeler has lived in Washington State since 2013. In that time, he has worked in community-based human services, political campaigns, and advocacy organizations that center racial, social, and economic justice. Chris earned his Master of Public Administration from UW and a Master of Community Research & Action from Vanderbilt University. Chris volunteers with the Africatown Community Land Trust and stays balanced by practicing yoga, hiking, dancing, and writing music.
Katie Stultz, Political Manager
(she/her) Katie Stultz joined Win|Win in April 2018 as the Political Manager, where she is responsible for organizing our non-profit partners and political allies around shared electoral and community organizing campaigns. Katie brings years of experience with youth leadership development, social justice activism, and campaign organizing. Katie first met Win|Win at a 2012 Youth Vote organizing meeting as a senior at UW. She worked as the Campus Program Manager and Program Director of The Washington Bus through 2016 and most recently worked as a substitute teacher in her hometown of Federal Way and the staff advisor for the student programming board at UW-Bothell. Katie is also an active member of Plymouth Church UCC in downtown Seattle, where she leads the weekly high school program focused on social and racial justice education, dismantling white privilege, and youth development. Outside of organizing, you can most likely find Katie talking about her love for dancing, Harry Potter Trivia, Federal Way, and Glee.
Keshavan Sridhar, Data Manager
(he/him) For the last five years, Kesh has been engaged in electoral politics and political advocacy at the grassroots level, specializing in managing large-scale field and data operations. He joined Win|Win in January 2021 and manages the organization’s network data architecture. Kesh’s favorite part about his role is that he can actively be a part of his passion project and work towards one of his main goals: making voter data and data systems more equitable, accurate, and accessible. In his spare time, Kesh loves finding new coffee spots, meditating, and going on challenging hikes.
Rosa Rice-Pelepko, Data Associate
(she/her) Rosa has lived in Washington her whole life, and currently resides in Shoreline. She first got involved in food justice, environmental activism, and civic engagement work at Western Washington University. She has a background in field campaigns and is excited to dig into equitable data with Win|Win. Achieving State Level Admin access in the VAN is her personal dream come true, and she looks forward to supporting you in using this and our various data tools. Rosa most enjoys her time spent on basketball and tennis courts, swimming in lakes, and adoring her beloved cats. Her recent areas of learning and interest are based in animal liberation, disability justice, and prison abolition.
Jeff DeBray, Data Associate
(he/him) Currently residing in Spokane, WA, Jeff DeBray joined Win|Win as a Data Associate in July 2020. His role is to ensure Win|Win supports its network partners with data research, analysis, training for election and organizing tools and administration of the Voter Action Network (VAN). Prior to Win|Win, Jeff worked in electoral and presidential organizing and the nonprofit sector in resource development and community engagement. He is committed to elevating and empowering marginalized voices and young people in our voting and elections and frequently imagines a future where every young person is housed, has education and full enfranchisement. He loves to be a resource, meeting folks where they are at and is stoked to be doing this for the Network. A Montana native but now calling the Pacific Northwest home for 6 years, Jeff loves to hike, fish and read historical fiction. He is also a big fan of local coffee brews, beer, TraderJoes, a good concert and wishes a beach was closer to his front door.
Lisa Pubigee, Office Administrator
(she/her) Lisa Pubigee joined Win|Win as Office Administrator in May 2019. Her role is to ensure Win|Win’s daily operations, financial processes, and program functions are supported with integrity and care. Prior to Win|Win, Lisa worked in higher education, the for-profit tech industry, and community and behavioral health organizations. She is committed to being a helpful resource for meaningful causes which provide opportunities for healing and growth. A member of the Northwestern Band of Shoshone Nation, Lisa is passionate about indigenous rights, health, and sovereignty. She is also a big fan of coffee, potatoes, smiling dogs, and the Pacific Northwest.