Llewelyn Miner, Director
Llewelyn specializes in nonprofit development and is passionate about small, women-led organizations. She graduated from the Evergreen State College with a BA in Natural Health and has a certificate in Nonprofit Management from the University of Washington. She began regularly volunteering with nonprofits at a very young age and went on to complete an AmeriCorps VISTA term at The Inland NW Red Cross. She has since been involved with multiple small, women-run nonprofits and businesses. When she isn’t working she can be found in the garden with her husband, 2-year-old, and Australian Shepherd.
Jodi Rosen, Program Manager
Jodi has lived in the Seattle area for most of her life. She and her husband share their lives with four beautiful living children and their dog, Tucker.
In 2005, her family lost their second child, Alex, at birth due to a cyst in his brain causing hydrocephalus and other complications. The few photos their nurse took of Alex at his birth are among the most precious memories they have of their little boy. Because of these photos, she was moved to start her own photography business and, in turn, volunteer as a photographer for Soulumination which she has been doing since 2006. It is with passion, pride and deep compassion that she works to capture these important images and hopefully bring a sense of purpose and healing to family, friends and everyone whose soul has been touched by the illness or passing of someone they love.
Susan Doupé, Program Manager
I’m honored to be an integral part of such an amazing organization. I love and believe in the work that Soulumination does and am inspired and beyond grateful to our Soul families, our volunteers, and our photographers who give so much of their time and talent. I have three beautiful children that are my heart and soul.