Fabiola Greenawalt is a Program Officer at The Russell Family Foundation, where she implements strategies that protect Puget Sound waters and advance environmental education. Starting at the Foundation as an executive assistant in 2010, Fabiola worked her way through the ranks, eventually growing into her current role. Some of the leadership roles and organizations Fabiola has participated in include the Environmental Grantmakers Association, where she serves on the board of directors and is a member of the board development and membership committee; The Funders’ Network PLACES Fellowship Program; Blue Sky Funders; and the Puget Sound Funders. Previously, she worked as a senior executive assistant at the City of Seattle’s Department of Neighborhoods, where she assisted with special projects such as the City of Seattle’s Race and Social Justice Initiative and represented the Department in various community-facing initiatives. Fabiola’s favorite aspects of her work at the Foundation include identifying areas of growth for grantees and developing opportunities for them. Originally from Guatemala, Fabiola is fluent in Spanish.