Price Cargill named Discover Burien executive director

  • Thursday, November 2, 2017 12:00pm
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Jennafer Price Cargill has been named the executive director of Discover Burien. She previously served as executive director of the Tukwila Pool Metropolitan Pool District. FILE PHOTO

Discover Burien recently hired Jennafer Price Cargill as its executive director .

Price-Cargill, who previously worked as executive director of the Tukwila Pool Metropolitan Park District, moved to the area in 2006 and has extensive business and non-profit experience, including as the former principal consultant and CEO of the Price Williams Non-Profit Group.

Price Cargill, who started at Discover Burien in October, said she is excited to learn the ropes of her new role.

“Burien offers so much to residents: unique small businesses and great community events – little did I know how impactful Discover Burien has been,” Cargill Price said in a media release, adding that she is “honored to have been entrusted with the responsibility of taking this awesome organization into the future.”

The Discover Burien Board of Directors thought that Price Cargill’s experience will be a great asset to Burien and will further the mission, vision and programs of the organization.

“After an extensive search and interviewing several highly qualified candidates, our board is very excited to begin working with Jennafer,” said Discover Burien Board President Daniel Keane, who is also the owner/operator of Serenza Salon and Spa.

Discover Burien is a non-profit focused on local community and business development, education and promotion.


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