Meet the Staff

Maureen Greeley

Executive Director

Maureen Greeley has worked in the Problem and Responsible Gambling Field with and for the Evergreen Council on Problem Gambling for 26 years. She began her work in responsible gambling in 1998 as the Communications Director for the Washington State Lottery. In 2004, Greeley opened her own business, supporting nonprofit organizations with training and event planning, communications and public relations, and development and fundraising services. The Washington State Council on Problem Gambling (now Evergreen Council on Problem Gambling) was one of her first clients.

In 2006, Greeley accepted the role of Executive Director for ECPG. She launched the Council’s first 4-day conference, Focus on the Future, in 2007; and the Four Directions conference in 2009. Maureen has also worked with the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG) since 1999, and will complete 10 years of service on the NCPG Board in 2024, including three terms as President. In 2018, Greeley received NCPG’s Lifetime Achievement Award for Advocacy – recognizing dedication to improving the lives of individuals impacted by problem gambling and their families through advocacy, training, and public awareness.

ECPG has been awarded the NCPG Multicultural Communications Award multiple times for the most effective multicultural outreach program using integrated communication channels. This work has included outreach and awareness campaigns, website development, print, digital, and broadcast materials, and a live-streaming program – Kaleidoscope: Reflections of Diverse Views on Mental Health Equity. All efforts have been in collaboration with Native American, Latinx, Asian American/Pacific Islander, LGBTQIA+, and Black communities. Greeley is a member of the Washington State Healthcare Authority’s Disordered Gambling Advisory Workgroup and has just completed her multi-year term as the Co-Chair of the Washington State Gambling Counselor Certification Committee.

Maureen Greeley has worked in the Problem and Responsible Gambling Field with and for the Evergreen Council on Problem Gambling for 26 years. She began…

Tana Russell, SUDP, WSCGC-II, NCTTP 

Deputy Director

Tana Russell became Assistant Director at Evergreen Council on Problem Gambling in 2019 and Deputy Director in 2024. She holds certifications as a Substance Use Disorder Professional (SUDP), Washington State Certified Gambling Counselor II (WSCGC-II), Nationally Certified Tobacco Treatment Provider (NCTTP), Certified Gambling Disorder Trainer (CGT), and has completed specialized training and study on video/internet gaming disorder.  She serves on NCPG committees, the Washington State Gambling Counselor Certification Committee, and several other workgroups and committees.

She presents on topics related to gambling, gaming, tobacco, addictions, treatment, recovery and responsible gaming.  She has written, co-authored and/or collaborated on the development of program curriculum for various treatment, training, and educational courses and trains gaming industry employees about responsible gaming policies and procedures.

Tana Russell became Assistant Director at Evergreen Council on Problem Gambling in 2019 and Deputy Director in 2024. She holds certifications as a Substance Use Disorder…

Rob Maya

Communications Manager

Rob Maya has done project work with the Evergreen Council on Problem Gambling as a designer, developer, and volunteer dating back to 2007. His first project working with ECPG was to develop the council brand and logo. Rob has built a career in the web technology and software industry that spans more than 21 years.

In that time, he has been a designer, web and marketing consultant, owner/partner of a Lacey, WA web design firm, and filled roles at various development organizations ranging from marketing and social media, designer, and web application pre-development system architect. Rob joined the ECPG staff in September 2019.

Rob Maya has done project work with the Evergreen Council on Problem Gambling as a designer, developer, and volunteer dating back to 2007. His first…
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Preeti Shah

Training and Event Coordinator

Preeti Shah was born and raised in Kathmandu, Nepal. She has more than 10 years of experience in the hospitality and event planning industry. Among the many responsibilities as a Hospitality and Sales and Event Coordinator for hotels and the Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry in Nepal, she has had the opportunity to be involved in major event coordination and planning for events such as the FNCCI’s Excellence Award 2013 which had a participation of more than 800 guests. She also managed the sales, marketing,and coordination of logistics for the Nepal International Trade Fair for 3 consecutive years. Preeti managed and coordinated an international visit for a team of 23 delegates to Seoul, South Korea, which required procurement of all logistics and arranged B2B meetings between two country representatives. Her career is supported by a Master of Management in Tourism and Hospitality from Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand. Preeti joined ECPG’s staff in 2022.

Preeti Shah was born and raised in Kathmandu, Nepal. She has more than 10 years of experience in the hospitality and event planning industry. Among…

Paulina Zyskowski, MPH

Prevention and Community Outreach Specialist

Paulina Zyskowski has a varied background in prevention education; she has experience as a consultant offering skills in community outreach, writing community health assessments, collecting qualitative data, and collaborating with community leaders. She has worked in the Department of Diversity and Inclusion in the RWJ Barnabas Hospital system, in state agencies developing education materials, and with the YMCA building equitable youth services. She earned her Master’s in Public Health at Montclair University with a concentration in Community Health Education before moving to Washington to join ECPG. Paulina has a vested interest in climate change justice and the connections between environmental and public health. She enjoys volunteering for local environmental groups, antiquing, and knitting.

Paulina Zyskowski has a varied background in prevention education; she has experience as a consultant offering skills in community outreach, writing community health assessments, collecting…

Bruce Clatterbuck

Office Manager

Bruce Clatterbuck has served the nonprofit community for 25 years, with concentration in the administration and finance/budgeting arenas. His focus has been on organizations that offer services to those in need in his local community, providing services to a variety of populations, including those with mental health challenges, seniors with developmental disabilities, disadvantaged/disenfranchised youth, and victims of domestic violence.

A lifelong music and movie buff, Bruce is a collector of related memorabilia. Being especially passionate about nature and animal rights, and being new to this area of the state, he enjoys exploring the many beautiful parks throughout western Washington with his partner and their dog, Molly.

Bruce Clatterbuck has served the nonprofit community for 25 years, with concentration in the administration and finance/budgeting arenas. His focus has been on organizations that…