Prior to the Red Cross, Peacock was the senior vice-president for the American Heart Association and the executive director for the American Cancer Society in South Puget Sound. She is a graduate of the University of Washington at Tacoma and currently serves on its advisory board. She is a longtime member of Tacoma Rotary No. 8 and has served as a volunteer firefighter. In 2007, Peacock was recognized as a business leader in the “40 Under Forty” Club for Pierce County. Her husband is stationed at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, and they have two sons. The family resides in Tacoma.
“From house fires to family military emergencies, I’m honored to be part of an organization that helps people when they need it most,” said Peacock. “I look forward to working with our volunteers, staff and community partners to expand our efforts and keep our communities safe and strong.
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