Whitney Jones, Executive Director
Whitney Jones is a proud member of the Squaxin Island Tribe. She worked for more than 15 years in health and human services at her Tribe. She also served as the SPIPA Board Treasurer during that time. Currently, she is SPIPA Executive Director.
The Tribal communities that our organization serves recognizes Whitney as an active leader. She contributes her years of knowledge and experience with community and family service programs, such as family violence, child care, TANF, child welfare and other ACF-related programs.
Whitney participates in many functions in the community while also raising two vibrant and busy teenage daughters. She is currently serving her second term as an elected Squaxin Island Councilperson.
Whitney graduated with a degree in Business Administration from Western Washington University and also earned a Master’s Degree in Public Administration, with a Tribal Governance emphasis, from The Evergreen State College.
Kyle Rogers, Deputy Executive Director
Kyle Rogers is a member of the Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe. He is a graduate of Eastern Washington University where he earned Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration. He served as his Tribe’s Alternate Delegate on the SPIPA Board of Directors before comming to work at SPIPA as a Planner/Senior Grant Writer in 2014. He is currently serving as SPIPA’s Deputy Executive Director.
A huge sports fan, Kyle enjoys getting to local games for the Mariners and the Seahawks. His family lives in South Bend, WA where he was raised. When he’s not working, his favorite vacation spot is Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.