Dawn Dunn grew up in Northern Virginia and moved to Seattle in 2004. She currently lives on Mercer Island with her husband and two children and devotes her time to family and volunteering in the community. After earning a B.A. in Biology and a minor in Spanish from the University of Virginia in 2001, Dawn returned to school to earn her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Duke University in 2004. Following graduation, she practiced physical therapy specializing in women’s health and outpatient orthopedics in the Seattle area with Proliance Surgeons and Physiotherapy Associates. Dawn is currently a board member of the Mercer Island Schools Foundation, a local non-profit organization that serves as the catalyst to connect the resources of the community to the identified academic needs of Mercer Island public schools. She is also Vice President of Fundraising for the PTA of the local elementary school and participates in several volunteer opportunities with the Seahawks Women’s Association. In her free time, Dawn enjoys running and playing in a weekly coed soccer league. She is a 2016 NYC Marathon Finisher in support of Camp Korey, a non-profit that operates free camps for children with serious illnesses.