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Business Impact NW Staff

Leadership

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Joe Sky-Tucker, MSW

President & CEO

Joe Sky-Tucker has over twenty years’ experience working in the nonprofit world in a variety of positions and organizations including direct experience working with at risk youth and families in crisis, fund development, and strategic planning. Currently he works as the President and CEO of Business Impact NW, an asset building/community lender that specializes in supporting small and micro-businesses; helping them to achieve financial stability.  He has also worked with “at-risk” youth in mental health settings including working with foster care youth, children in locked psychiatric settings, and group homes.  Joe Sky-Tucker has a Masters in Social Work from the University of Washington.  He lives in Seattle.

Danielle Moser

Managing Director & COO

Danielle Moser is the Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer at Business Impact NW, and is responsible for the oversight and ensuring of proper operations of the organization. Prior, Danielle served within the Development & Communications Department as the Director of Development & Communications, responsible for fundraising, brand, and marketing. Danielle worked under contract with Business Impact NW beginning December, 2016 and was hired on as a full-time staff member as of April, 2017. Prior to joining Business Impact NW, Ms. Moser served as Development Officer for ArtsWest after serving on their Board of Directors, and as a high school English and History teacher before joining the nonprofit fundraising world. She brings a wide array of skills to her position derived from past experiences. Ms. Moser completed her Masters in Teaching degree from Seattle University, and her Bachelors Degree from Boston University.

Domonique Juleon

Chief Program Officer

Domonique’s bachelor’s degree in economics, entrepreneurship-focused MBA, and her fifteen years of experience working within the small business community produce a solid, balanced foundation of academic knowledge and practical experience. Domonique has been with Business Impact NW since 2014 and has worked as a business coach and trainer, a program leader, and today the Chief Program Officer.

As the Chief Program Officer, Domonique leads the team of business coaches, advisors, trainers, and directors in delivering quality training and advising to diverse small business owners across four states.  Growing businesses are Domonique’s passion, and the dedicated team at Business Impact NW is proud to have helped hundreds of businesses launch, grow, and positively impact their communities.

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Greta Stough

Chief Development Officer

Greta Stough has a passion for sharing the work we do here in compelling ways.  Prior to joining Business Impact NW, Greta operated her own consulting business, The Cabra Group, for over a decade, focusing on nonprofit development, community planning, grants and fundraising.  Prior to that she was the Director of Development for the Suquamish Tribe.  She has an undergraduate degree from Oberlin College.  She did graduate work in Planning at NYU, living for five years in Brooklyn and enjoying diverse food, culture, and music. Greta enjoys hiking, cooking for her family, classic film, and playing with her English Cocker Spaniel, Scooter.

Victor Saldanha

Chief Lending Officer

Victor was the Business Banking Center Manager at KeyBank Beaverton. Victor brings nearly 20 years of banking experience, a passion for small business, and community activism. He is President of the Hispanic-Latino Key Business Impact networking group and a graduate of Business & HR Management from Portland State University. Victor has personally done more than $5 million in commercial lending each year, plus much more with his teams. Son of Armenian & Argentinian immigrants, Victor is inspired by his family, community, and the opportunity with Business Impact NW to promote the economic development of marginalized communities.

Rick Leibowitz

Rick Leibowitz

Chief Financial Officer

Rick Leibowitz has over 12 years of experience supporting small businesses as Director of Small Business Development Centers hosted by educational institutions in six different States.  In the private sector, he has served on the executive teams in the food manufacturing, hospitality, and professional services industries.  He has also started and operated 4 retail/wholesale bagel bakeries in NJ, Pennsylvania, and Alaska. Currently, he works as a CFO of Business Impact NW, working with the finance team to help support organizational decision-making with timely and accurate information. Rick received his MBA from Western Governor’s University and his bachelor’s degree from Rutgers University. He enjoys playing ice hockey, hiking the beautiful trails available in Oregon and cooking great meals

If you are interested in joining our team, please visit our careers page

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