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    Hope Donato, Counselor for Students Last Name A-G

    image of Hope DonatoI was born and raised in an awfully hot city in Arizona and enlisted in the Air Force at 21. While stationed in South Korea, I became a DOD certified interpersonal violence survivor advocate. I left the military and went to Portland State University (PSU) where I studied Community Development. My own experience as a young person coupled with my advocacy work has led me to pursue youth advocacy through school counseling.

    I love learning about the strengths that make each of us unique and leaning into those strengths to support youth’s continued growth and development. My goal is to create space for all students to be their true selves through listening, understanding, and validating their experiences. In collaboration we can facilitate the pursuit of their dreams and visions!

    Anthony Malaki, Counselor for Students Last Name H-O

    Image of Anthony MalakiAloha! My name is Anthony Malaki and I’m thrilled to be a part of the amazing Lincoln High School Team. I grew up on the beautiful island of Oahu and have set roots here in Seattle after attending WSU, (Go Cougs!). Professionally, I’ve been a counselor in Seattle Schools since 2002. My previous schools have been Meany, Salmon Bay, and most recently Mercer International Middle School. I bring a deep passion for partnering with students, families, and teachers to actualize a student’s hopes and dreams. As a son and father, I’ve come to realize that we are living our ancestors unfulfilled wildest dreams. We owe it to them to live up to our fullest potential.

    When I’m not at school, you might see me cheering on my son and daughter’s sports teams and musical theatre performances, traveling with my ‘ohana, and rooting on my beloved Seahawks and Cougs.

    Samantha Pacampara, Counselor for Students Last Name P-Z

    Samantha SchuhHello! I am Sam Schuh, and I am so excited to join the Lincoln team as a school counselor! I grew up near Spokane, Washington before attending University of Washington and earning my Bachelors degree in Sociology. I worked in the King County Prosecutors Office as a legal assistant for several years before pursuing my Masters in School Counseling at Seattle University. For the last two years, I worked as a school counselor in Beaverton, Oregon and am thrilled to be back to the city I call home, doing the work that I love. I believe that the role of the school counselor is to promote wellness in the areas of academic success, social/emotional health, and post-secondary readiness as well as working to ensure schools work equitably for all students. Professionally, I'm passionate about healing and connection through group counseling, utilizing restorative practices, and advocating for student voice.