Anne Martin

Anne Martin (she/her)


Anne has been with Greater Spokane Progress, GSA’s affiliate organization, from the beginning, and is passionate about increasing the capacity of organizations and leaders to create change. Anne has over 25 years experience with grassroots organizing and advocacy; working nationally, regionally, and locally in Spokane and around the west on environmental and social justice issues.

Robert Huitt (he/him)

Racial Equity and Network Manager

Robert is a graduate of Eastern Washington University’s Master of Urban & Regional Planning/Master of Public Administration dual-degree program. In recent years, Robert has worked primarily in tribal organizations – serving in administrative and planning roles, and he also brings years of experience working in a wide-range of positions. He’s very excited to work with GSP to create lasting change in Spokane.

Board of Directors

Lorna Walsh (she/her)

Lorna has over 20 years experience in a variety of non-profit leadership positions. Lorna is actively engaged in the community as a volunteer with both non-profit and civic organizations.

Naghmana Sherazi (she/her)

Naghmana Sherazi is a scientist, an educator, a medical professional and a single mother who loves to connect with people on the basis of food, music, culture, art, ethnicity, religion, and climate and social justice issues. She made history by being the first Muslim, immigrant woman of South Asian descent to run for office and win in a primary election in Spokane City. She is the Climate Justice Program Director at The Lands Council and the Outreach Organizer with APIC Spokane. Naghmana is the co-chair of Muslims for Community, Action & Support, believes in policy work based on community, and strives to bring underrepresented and marginalized voices to the forefront.

Pastor Walter Kendricks

Pastor Walter Kendricks (he/him)

The Rev. Walter James Kendricks is the Pastor of “the Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church of Spokane, Washington. He has served the church and surrounding community in this capacity for 9 years.

He is the chair of the Commission on African American Affairs for Washington State, Vice Chair of the Board of the Carl Maxey Center, founding member of S C A R, Commissioner of Criminal Justice Training Commission {Washington State}, Moderator of the Fig Tree Board, 1st Vice President of the North Pacific Baptist Convention. He enjoys exploring spiritual matters, reading, and watching old movies.

Tina Morrison (she/her)

Tina serves as Secretary Treasurer of the Spokane Regional Labor Council and is the Vice President of the Professional Musicians of the Inland Northwest, Local 105 of the American Federation of Musicians.