The event was an amazing success. If you were unable to attend, you can still support our efforts by donating to the scholarship fund using the Donate button on the left side of our page. We hope to see you at one of our upcoming events!

The Parents advisory Committee and Parent education Program is exceptionally grateful for generous and continuous support provided by our corporate sponsors, exhibitors and community members.

Please contact us at if you are interested in sponsorship opportunities. We hope to hold thenext Brunch in early 2018.

Our Featured Sponsor


Sponsors + Exhibitors
Emerald Ballet Academy
Allyson Crawford, independent stylist with Stella & Dot
Kristina Lee Music
Donella Houston and Betty Haque, Independent Associates of Legalshield

That’s It Nutrition

In-kind Donors
Chinook Book
fit 4 mom
Roo's World of Discovery

We extend our sincere gratitude to the following supporters and contributors:
Kristin Nasman
Debbie Steinberg Kuntz
Lisa Allen
Janelle Durham
BC Parent Educators
PAC event Co-Chairs: Corvie Thykkuttathil + Jasmin Thankachen

Kayla Avenell
The 2016-2017 PAC Representatives
The 2016-2017 PAC Board

Catering + Space Provided By
Pyramid Catering
Brightwater Environmental Education and Community Center

2017 PAC Brunch: Imagine the Impact

Brightwater Environmental Education and Community Center
Woodinville, WA

Saturday, February 11, 2017

Doors open at 9:15 a.m.  The program begins at 10 a.m.

One purpose of the PAC is to raise money for the Parent Education Program scholarship fund. Scholarships provide temporary financial support to families who would not otherwise be able to participate in this program. We awarded over $20,000 in scholarships to families in need last year. The PAC Board organizes community events that will aid in our mission to raise money for scholarship funds, community outreach and enrich families on a larger scale.

The 2017 PAC Brunch is a fundraiser and will take place on Saturday, February 11, 2017 at the Brightwater Environmental Education and Community Center in Woodinville, Washington. The doors of the event will open at 9:15 a.m., with the program beginning promptly at 10:00 a.m. You are invited to purchase a $50 ticket for bites and bubbly, networking and informative speeches by:

Keynote Speaker: Debbie Steinberg Kuntz

Family Therapist and Founder, Family 2.0

Guest Speaker: Kristin Nasman, Bellevue College Parent Educator

In addition to our program, your $50 ticket will include:

  • A delicious brunch catered by Pyramid Catering.
  • Mimosas!
  • Access to exhibits by local businesses.
  • Information on impactful parenting and the importance of parent education.
  • Pride in making a difference for families in our community.

Schedule of Events (subject to change):

9:15 AM - Doors & Exhibits Open
10: 00 AM - Welcome/Brunch served
10:15 AM - Kristin Nasman, Bellevue College Parent Educator
10:30 AM - Debbie Steinberg Kuntz, Founder - Family 2.0
11:00 AM - Reflections on Parent Education
11:15 AM - A Call For Support & Donations
11:30 AM - Closing

Please Note: Advance ticket purchase required. This is an adults-only event, as childcare is not available

About our Speakers

Debbie Steinberg Kuntz, is a licensed marriage and family therapist, parent coach, and co-chair of parent education for the Issaquah School District. She runs an online course called the “Positive Impact Parenting Boot Camp” and teaches parents best practices mined from the latest science in brain and child development. Debbie earned a B.A. from Middlebury College and a Masters in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University. She lives in Issaquah, WA with her husband of twenty years and two sons, ages 14 and 11.

Kristin Nasman M. Ed, is devoted and passionate about both children and families and  has spent many years working in the education field in one capacity or another. Currently, she is a parenting instructor at Bellevue College where she works with both parents and children in a class called Creative Development Lab. 

She is a  Certified Positive Discipline Trainer and teaches parenting classes and teacher workshops on solution focused discipline. Kristin is in the process of becoming a certified  life coach and  works with clients privately, helping them become excellent parents.  She has also worked at Seattle Central Community College where she was a parent instructor in a toddler program and a co-op preschool.

Teaching has always been a part of her life from working as a tennis pro during and after college to teaching elementary school for many years in the Everett School District.  She has also worked as a supervisor and mentor of student teachers at the University of Washington in their teacher training program. Prior to coming to Bellevue College, Kristin worked at SCCC in the Parent Education Program, working with toddler groups and a co-op preschool. Kristin was born and grew up in the Bellevue area. She graduated from the University of Washington, where she returned  to receive both her teaching certificate and her M Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction. Her biggest learning has come from raising her own three teenage children.

Kristin enjoys spending time with her family and pets. She enjoys competitive tennis, golf, gardening, reading (especially about parenting) and cooking.

End of Year Donation Drive May 12

Support PAC

Parents Advisory Committee,

Bellevue College Parent Education Program

Thank you for supporting Imagine the Impact, the 2017 PAC Brunch!

Follow PAC

Bellevue College Parent Education

We will be at the Issaquah Value Village from 2 - 4pm Friday, May 12. Bring your used soft goods (old linens, clothes, single shoes) and small household items (no bigger than a toaster oven) and help us earn money for our scholarship program. Make sure to find us and not the public drop off to give our charity the credit. BC Parent Ed students- there may be an option to gather your school's donation items together and give them to your teacher.

Hope to see you there!

Textile goods in poor condition are fine and will be recycled. Sorry, we cannot accept furniture or super heavy items as part of the donation drive.