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North sound business & volunteer development director
Karrie Roberts serves Liberty Road Foundation through Business and Volunteer Development. Karrie will work with business leaders, community members and volunteers in King County (Central and North) to support the many opportunities to transform lives through Liberty Road Foundation and its non-profit partnerships.
Karrie would tell you that her greatest strength is her passion for people… she would then tell you that it is also her greatest weakness, but that God takes our weaknesses and makes them strong through Him. She knows this to be true becoming a single mom in 1990 and working for a church for 8 years beginning in 1993, where God grew her and allowed her to use her passion for people and for serving others to shine a light for Him. It was there in 1998, that she met and married the love of her life, Clark Roberts (on a blind date!) Karrie and Clark had a daughter a year later and after 8 years of working at the church, Karrie began a career at Honeywell, supporting, planning, coordinating events, and again using her passion for people. In 2014, taking a leap of faith, she left to support Clark’s dream (and hers) joining him in his ministry and his non-profit, Ultimate Vision, where they teach the Gift of Kindness, Compassion, and Celebrating each other’s differences. It was there that Karrie put her love of writing to work and published a children’s book, A Guide Dog Named Arby. Not being one to sit on the sidelines, Karrie is the president and co-founder of Ultimate Vision, sits on the board for Snoqualmie Women in Business, and works for the SnoValley Chamber of Commerce. She loves to write songs, stories, and poems and now gets to write them for her granddaughter. Karrie is excited to take this next step of faith in supporting Liberty Road Foundation and its volunteers, putting her passion and her purpose together once again for God’s glory.