Chuck is CEO and owner of AlphaGraphics, a print and marketing services company—but when he’s not managing AlphaGraphics, you can find him spending quality time with his family, running (marathons are his hobby), and reading. He has a B.A. and M.A. from the University of Pennsylvania. Beyond SAL, his other board service includes the Holocaust Center for Humanity, Humane Society of Seattle / King County, and Belltown Business Association.
When he was a child, Chuck’s favorite book was The Little Engine That Could, the foundation to his outlook on life (but The Little Prince is a close second). His ideal Sunday includes an 18-mile run, breakfast with his wife, Sally, and the New York Times, a walk in the park or a museum visit, reading, catch up on some loose ends from work, calling his family in NJ and SC, then dinner. The Three Body Problem by Cixin Liu is his favorite book right now because it is a fantastic imagination of the near and very, very far future. Chuck’s personal motto? “Yes, we can.”