Julie Boselly, Publisher - Bio coming soon!
Karin Hopper, General Manager
Karin’s extensive experience in graphic design, project and operations management, transitioned perfectly with the Weekly. As her children are of legal age and have both fell out of the nest, she currently lives in Woodinville with her goofy husband, spree mother-in-law and her female cat named Chuck, When not doing graphic design, scheduling and websites, you can find cooking, decorating and is currently restoring a 1905 historical property in Oregon.
Rachel Nevaril, Advertising Manager
Rachel, a Woodinville native, enjoys being a part of the Woodinville Weekly. With her B.A. in Advertising, she assists businesses with their ads in the Woodinville Weekly, and loves to see them grow in the community. In her spare time, she and her husband (Phil) like to work on projects together. Their current project (most fun so far!) is the construction of their new home this year. She also “wrangles” their 3 year old (Avery), 16 year old (Stone) and 19 year old (Luca, who’s currently away at CWU) with the help of strong coffee and good wine.
Kristen Hamilton, Editor
Kristen has over 30 years experience as a professional in the tourism and publishing industries. She earned her B.A. from the University of Nevada-Reno in Communications and Journalism. In addition to the WW, she also acts as an editor and contributor to 406 Woman magazine, based in Northwest Montana. Additionally, she works on marketing projects for a number of businesses and works in guest services and operations for many major events throughout the year. She and her husband, Bob, moved to the area in April 2017 from Montana and love it. Together they have three great kids who are now young adults and a beautiful new granddaughter.
Derek Johnson, Sports Writer - Bio coming soon!
David B. Clark, News Writer - Bio coming soon!
Shannon Michael, Twitter Specialist
Hello readers! I manage the paper's Twitter account, @wdvlweekly. Previously, I wrote feature stories. I have three passions right now: my corgi Charlotte who takes me on daily walks, researching my family's genealogy, and travel! When I can tie travel in with genealogical research — well, I'm in heaven! Some highlights: I've walked in a cow pasture in Renfrewshire, Scotland to discover the remains of the home where an ancestor was born in 1786, discovered a new set of ancestors in Ontario County, NY while visiting family, and toured an ancestor's former home in Hoquiam during a family reunion. I also love volunteering sewing costumes for Bothell High School's theatre program.
Sarah Graham, Delivery Specialist - Bio coming soon!