Leadership

Tim Beggs 

President

Has Preferences For: ISTJ

Bio: Tim is a MBTI® Master Practitioner and a Human Resources Manager for one of the largest food banks in the United States.  In this role he uses his knowledge of type to lead, coach and support his colleagues.  Prior to his current positon he worked in development and operations at other local nonprofits.  He has a degree in Politics from Willamette University (Salem, OR) and served on legislative and campaign staffs in Washington, DC, Oregon and California.  He is a history buff, trivia geek and lover of his three dogs.

Favorite Quote: "Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak.  Courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen." – Winston Churchil

 


 

 

Evelyn Lemoine

Immediate Past President

Evelyn Lemoine

Has Preferences For: INTJ

Bio: In September 2016, Evelyn retired as Vice President, People Programs (Human Resources) at the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce after 25 years. Prior to that service, she worked for the City of Seattle for nearly 17 years in various. HR management roles, including staffing a former mayor. She served on a consumer advisory committee and a leadership advisory group of a major regional health care organization; she chaired the nominating committee for the board of the organization and currently serves on a consumer advisory committee of the organization’s successor. She recently joined the board of a nonprofit agency that supports child care providers and the children and families they serve.

 

She was a long-time volunteer at United Way of King County, including founding co-chair of its Early Learning Impact Council, a group that recommended funding for nonprofits that serve infants, young children and their families. She was also founding co-chair of SOAR, a community coalition that brings voice to underserved populations and youth. She was an active member of Seattle Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management. She is certified to administer the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and is a lifelong member of APTi; a founding member of APTi’s Washington State Chapter and serves as the chapter’s secretary. For the last three years, she served as APTi’s Chapter Development Council Lead, and prior to that was a member of the CDC. Her degree in Business Administration is from City University (Seattle). She lives in the heart of the city with her husband and two beautiful black-and-white tuxedo cats, and she loves to travel!

 

 

Julie Wright 

Director of Membership Experience 

Has Preferences For: ENFJ 

Bio: Julie Wright is a Certified MBTI® Practitioner and is an active member of both the Sacramento and San Francisco Bay Area APT chapters.She received APTI’s Excellence in Leadership Award in recognition of her work with the chapters. Julie is owner of Wright On Your Money, a personal money management business, and has many years of experience applying type in a corporate setting as a project manager and corporate trainer.

 

 

Carol Linden 

Director of Content Curation and Interest Areas 

Has Preferences For: ENFP 

Bio: Carol A. Linden, CPCC and MBTI® Master Practitioner, is a speaker, author, and consultant. She has trained over 1,000 clients in Psychological Type, Temperaments, and Interaction Styles. This workshop and her new book area result of her own layoff experience as well as 4 years as a weekly volunteer facilitator at a job seekers’ networking meeting.

Her book The Job Seekers Guide for Extraverts and Introverts is for sale on Amazon. If you’re a job seeker, it can help you get off on the right foot and stay the course. If you’re a counselor, both the book and tip sheets will reinforce what you say to your clients as well as save you repetition, allowing you to work at a deeper more rewarding level with your clients.

 Michael Gaden

Director of Technology

 

Has Preferences For: ENFP

Bio: Mike has a Bachelor of Science degree in Nuclear Engineering and an MBA. He was in the U.S.Navy for ten years as an enlisted electronics technician and as a Nuclear Trained Officer on The U.S.S. Long Beach. After leaving the Navy, Mike worked in commercial nuclear power. He first learned of the Myer-Briggs Type Indicator while taking a management course for his MBA in 1984. Learning of his type preferences (ENFP) explained many things about his career and daily issues, and resulted in a major career change, although still in the area of nuclear power. He became a management consultant in commercial nuclear power and later, in the Department of Energy.


He was certified as a Myers-Briggs practitioner in 1992, and has been using MBTI in consulting and team-building since then, having determined type preferences for about two thousand individuals from 1992 until his retirement in 2017. For the last ten years before his retirement, he was the Deputy Director of Performance Assurance for a company contracted to the DOE to run a radioactive waste waste processing facility in Oak Ridge, TN. He participated in a DOE-wide learning event for senior managers in DOE and DOE contractors on how to develop and sustain a Safety Conscious Work Environment in nuclear facilities, part of a team that taught an eight hour class to approximately 2,500 managers.

Mike joined the San Diego Association for Psychological Type (SANDAPT) in 2016 and became the President in 2018.

Mike’s favorite quote came from a senior manager in a Texas utility, which at the time, was building two nuclear power plants:

'So, it’s what we do now, when we don’t have to do anything, that makes us what we need to be when it’s too late to do anything about it.'

There is an elusive, but fundamental, truth in that statement.

 M. Eileen Brown
Director of Marketing 

Has Preferences For: ENFP

Bio:  M. Eileen Brown is the Vice President of Marketing and Sales for the Daily Herald in suburban Chicago. Formerly, she was the managing editor for the Daily Herald. She also was the executive editor of the Gary Post-Tribune, as well as an entertainment editor and columnist for the Chicago Sun-Times.  She currently uses type to help journalists navigate the rocky waters of the media landscape. She also runs workshops for returning veterans on how to adjust to civilian life.