Co President: Amber Zeddies

Amber hails from the great state on Minnesota and has called West Seattle home for 14 years. She has a daughter in sixth grade and a son in eighth grade at Madison. She previously served on the PTA at Lafayette Elementary. In her free time, she can be found playing with her kiddos, thinking about global health, reading books and PEOPLE magazine, or playing soccer.   

Co President: Nate Miller (President@MadisonPTSA.com)

Nate has lived in West Seattleite for the last 14 years. Although he was born in Kansas, Nate identifies as a Californian, having moved there two months after entering this world. Nate’s son is an 8th-grader and his daughter is in 6th. In his free time Nate enjoys soccer, swimming, cooking and LOUD music. He is excited to become a more engaged member of the Madison community.

Vice President: Melanie Miller


Secretary: OPEN

Co-Treasurers: Stephanie and Royce Bixby (Treasurer@MadisonPTSA.com)
Royce and Stephanie have a son in 8th grade and daughter in 6th grade this year. They both have backgrounds in youth and child development. Stephanie is a licensed family therapist with years of experience working in local schools. Royce is a registered architect who specializes in educational projects ranging from early childhood through higher education. They love to stay active, eat well, and live socially.

Legislative Liaison: Megan Atchison (Johnson) Legislative@MadisonPTSA.com)
Megan Atchison (Johnson) is the legislative liaison for the Madison PTSA and was formally the membership chair. Megan is passionate about education policy and holds a Masters in Public Administration working for the National Center for Homeless Education. Megan has lived in the Seattle area for 19 years and has 3 kids in high school this coming school year and a 7th grader at Madison. Her goal as the legislative liaison is to ensure the PTSA is informed of potential policies being passed by the school board and city council that impact K12 education as well as advocate for the needs of our students. 

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