Peggy Paullin, M.A.
Peggy has been in Spokane for over a decade after living throughout the West. Her Montana roots attribute to her passion to see people pursue their dreams and be afforded the freedom to do so!
Peggy was raised in the church and accepted the Lord as her Savior when she was a teenager. With her newly found purpose, she went to college in Oklahoma and earned her undergraduate degree in Social Sciences and Secondary Education. In 2003, she set out to earn her master’s degree as a young wife, mother of three and nonprofit professional. She earned a Master’s in Organizational Management in 2004.
Regardless of which state she resided within, Peggy has pursued political activities and has become involved by advocating for the poor, homeless and the most defenseless of all, the unborn. It is her passion to protect all U.S. citizens’ rights to life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness that fuels her to this day.
Peggy is married to her husband Robin and will be celebrating 38 years of marriage this September. She is the mother of their three adult children. She has one son-in-law and Peggy is delighted to be “Nana” to two beautiful granddaughters. Robin and Peggy are also raising 2 dogs.
Professionally, Peggy is a Realtor with Exit Real Estate North and a Consultant to Nonprofits and Businesses through Inspired Implementations. She and Robin attend Access Church Spokane.
Born and raised in South Dakota, Mr. Clausen is a graduate of the University of Montana in Business Administration and Accounting. After college, Kent practiced public accounting in Seattle and later worked for US West Cellular. In 1993 Mr. Clausen fulfilled his dream to develop commercial real estate by opening his first hotel in Spokane. Since then, Kent has developed, owned and operated 14 additional hotels in five western states. He is an avid outdoorsman and passionate about hunting and motorcycling. Kent is happily married to his fabulous wife Bonnie and has two boys, Randy and David.
A retired teacher of the Mead School District, Carolyn is married to Roger and she has two stepchildren and one daughter. She enjoys reading, sewing, hiking, canoeing, teaching Sunday school, and volunteering at her daughter’s school.
John was born and raised in Spokane. He has been married almost 50 years to his high school sweetheart and they have four children and four grandchildren. John obtained his Bachelor of Marketing Management from Eastern Washington University in 1973. Following a fifteen-year stint of upper management for a local firm, John has had his own practice in the insurance field for about 27 years starting in 1990. He has been an independent broker the entire time and has obviously seen changes in our industry.
John has been involved in a number of community activities including board member and Chairman of the Board of Northland Credit Union for a number of years. He is the current President of the Spokane Association of Health Underwriters. John also serves as Chairman of Team St. Luke’s Annual Golf Tournament. He and his wife have been involved with World Relief supporting legal immigrants from Serbia, Croatia, and Iran. John received his Bachelor’s degree in Marketing Management from EWU in 1973 and obtained his Master’s Degree in Biblical Studies of Christian Leadership in 2016.
Doug graduated from Fullerton State University with a degree in History. He worked the bulk of his 25-year career in corporate sales in the information and respiratory care industries. Doug is currently a part-time teacher and volunteers with a variety of non-profit organizations. Doug is a husband and father of one son.
Strongly committed to values-based investment counseling, Dean has been involved in his financial planning practice since 1990 helping Christians make meaningful stewardship decisions with biblically based advice through discussions involving their vision, values and goals.
Associated initially with Christian Financial Concepts as a certified counselor-teacher, later with Crown Ministries as a trained small group leader and currently as a certified instructor with the National Association of Christian Financial Consultants, Dean brings key insights and stewardship guidelines into the home and workplace by addressing biblical principles as they relate to everyday finances.
In conjunction with The Timothy Plan, a pro-life, pro-family Christian mutual fund, Dean has taught the Biblical Stewardship Series Seminar in numerous churches in the Pacific Northwest promoting prudent money management and investing from a strictly biblical worldview.
Dean has served on the Salvation Army Advisory Board in Spokane, Washington. He is the past chair of the Inland Northwest Leadership Prayer Breakfast and the Salvation Army Advisory Board. He also served as a founding board member of the National Association of Christian Financial Consultants who represent a growing number of investment professionals associated through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and are dedicated to both investing and financial planning disciplines centered upon biblical principles.
Dean is a product of the University of Oregon and Dallas Theological Seminary. He and his wife, Kathleen, who have five grown children and ten grandchildren, reside in Liberty Lake, Washington.