Anacortes Club Staff

 

Taylor Bannister

Club Director
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Taylor considers herself a life-long resident of Anacortes, though she was born in Hamilton, Bermuda and spent time in California and Tennessee as well.
Taylor has worked in Youth Development for years, with experience at the Anacortes Boys & Girls Club as well as the Drama Club Advisor at the Anacortes Middle School. Taylor started at the Boys & Girls Club directly out of High School, in 2007, as a program assistant. After a year she became the Educations Coordinator where she happily stayed through 2010.
After taking a year off to attend Western Washington University, where she studied Theatre Arts and Education, Taylor couldn’t stay away any longer and rejoined the staff at the Anacortes Club as Program Director in July 2011. Taylor moved into the position of Club Director in August 2015 after serving as Interim Director . She has proven to be well suited to the position.
Her passions outside of the Club include theatre – she can be seen in at least one show a year with the Anacortes Community Theatre – and photography. Taylor lives in Burlington, with her husband Noah and daughter Hadley.

Andrew Worcester

Program Director
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Andrew joined us from Alaska where he has been involved with the Clubs for the past three years and completed two AmeriCorps terms. Originally from California, He earned his BA in Global Studies from California State University Monterey Bay and a MA in Easter European Studies from University College London.
Quick with a smile and a fun-loving joke, the kids in Anacortes are warming up to Andrew fast. As an avid baseball fan, he has been to 11 Major League parks and countless minor league parks, even playing bingo at the park once.  Andrew is a steadfast 49ers fan, but the club members are quick to remind him that this is Seahawks country.
Andrew loves how each Club serves each community in its own way and believes the potential to make a difference is unending. 

Tori Grace

Teen Coordinator

Tori joined the Anacortes Teen in 2016, working first as a Youth Development Professional before recently transitioning to the Teen Coordinator role. She enjoys being a positive role model in the lives of teens and her new role allows her to fulfill this. 

Originally from Anacortes, Tori has worked in a variety of jobs and has previously attended Whatcom Community College. Tori is a avid card games player and spends her free time making new games.

 

Bailey Wyles

Membership Coordinator
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Bailey moved to Conway, Washington in 2009 where she started attending La Conner High School. While in high school she was on the soccer and golf team, along with being a member of both Choir and Jazz Choir.
Bailey graduated in 2013 and joined the La Conner Boys & Girls Club team as Membership Coordinator. In September 2015, the Anacortes Club was lucky enough to have Bailey join the team, originally as the Academic Success Coordinator and currently as the Membership Coordinator. Bailey is also engaged in leading the clubs SMART Girls and SMART Moves programs as well as assisting with Project Learn Activities.
Bailey is currently furthering her education through the Early Childhood Development Program at Skagit Valley College.When she’s not at work she likes to spend time taking pictures, golfing and hanging out with her loved ones.

 
 

Ashley Flores

Youth Development Professional – STEM

Ashley has recently joined as an Anacortes Staff Member. Originally from Farmington, New Mexico where she graduated from high school and attended San Juan College, Ashley moved up to Skagit County only recently but has enjoyed immersing herself in the area. 
Ashley runs everything from Triple Play to Healthy Habits, from Project Learn to on the spot fun. She especially loves spending time playing checkers with the club members. 
In her spare time, Ashley plays pickle ball and writes poetry, even winning a number of poetry slams. 

Veronica Crommett

Youth Development Professional – Academics

Veronica is serving a term with the Washington Reading Corps, splitting her time between the Anacortes Club and Fidalgo Elementary School. She is originally from Anacortes, where she is heavily involved in the Anacortes Community Theater. Currently, Veronica is performing in The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe and she has also performed in Lend Me a Tenor. She also enjoys helping behind the stage with set design and background painting.
With her roles as a Reading Corps Member, Veronica spends most of her time in the Learning Center, helping kids with their homework and sharing her passion for reading.

 

 

 

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