Nellie Fujii Anderson is the founder of NFA Marketing Services, a consultancy devoted to increasing communication, collaboration, and empowerment among community, nonprofit, and public-sector constituents. She relishes creating dynamic, results-oriented solutions while focusing her work on causes ranging from disadvantaged youth and the elderly, to the environment and social justice issues. She previously worked for the local CBS-affiliate in TV news and marketing research. She also holds a Managing Broker’s license to assist her family’s business. Nellie has previously worked with community organizations such as Muckleshoot Indian Tribe, League of Women Voters, Asian Community Leadership Foundation, United Indians of All Tribes, YWCA, Seattle Keiro Nursing Home, Kawabe Memorial House, International Examiner, among others. She previously served on the boards of Leadership Tomorrow’s Alumni Association, Campfire Boys & Girls, Issei Concerns capital campaign and United Nations Association. She has been recognized for her volunteer efforts with an “Unsung Hero” award from JACL (the oldest Asian American civil rights organization in the U.S.); “Commander’s Award” from the Nisei Veterans Committee; “Community Top 10 Contributors” from the Northwest Asian Weekly (the Pacific Northwest’s largest Asian community newspaper); and a leadership fellowship from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Nellie is a magna cum laude graduate from the University of Washington, where she earned a Master of Communications in Economic Journalism and BA in Communications & Psychology.