Who We Are

Founded by a group of transplant recipients and volunteers in 2006, the Seattle Transplant House is one of the most respected housing non-profits in the country. Our staff and Board members have all been touched by transplant which gives our team a unique perspective on delivering a quality experience to our guests.

Our Mission

Transplant House will provide affordable, convenient, and safe housing for transplant patients, and for patients who are immune-suppressed or immune-compromised due to transplants or other medical issues.

Our Core Values

RESPECT - Treating others the way we want to be treated

INTEGRITY - Knowing and doing what is right

CONFIDENTIALITY - Maintaining guest privacy

COMPASSION - Understanding our guest’s experience and assisting with kindness

SERVICE TO OTHERS - Unselfishly providing assistance when needed

PATIENCE - Accepting and tolerating delay, trouble, or annoyance 

Diversity & Inclusion

Transplant House is committed to Diversity and Inclusion. Transplant House and its Directors, Officers and Employees strive to conduct ourselves in all circumstances in a manner that neither considers nor discriminates on the basis of race, age, skin color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, ethnicity, physical or mental disability, socio-economic status or veteran status.

It is in Transplant House's best interest to not only serve a diverse and inclusive population, but we also strive to attract and employ the most qualified people in order to fill our present and future needs.





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Board of Directors

Larry Winn
Board President, Liver Transplant Recipient


Gary Sparling, Esq.
Vice President of the Board, Partner, Soha & Lang


Mary Montgomery
Secretary of the Board, Senior Paralegal, Keller Rohrback LLP


Eric Willsey
Treasurer of the Board, Principal and Cofounder Clothier-Willsey


Dr. Jorge Reyes
Chief of Transplant Surgery University of Washington Medical Center


Ronald G. Adkins
Retired US Postal Service, Heart Transplant Recipient

Jesse Giordano

Senior Director - Real Estate and Property Operations
Seattle Children's Hospital and Research Institute