Wendy Hampton


Wendy has served on the Kitsap Library Foundation Board since 2002; she shares the belief that the library is the core of our community and that we all need to give it the time and effort to make it the best it can be. Wendy is retired from a successful business career which included running her own company that developed software for small businesses, as well as chairing the board of and overseeing the selling of a global transformer corporation. She currently is CFO of the Hampton Studios, a photography and jewelry art business.


Wendy is involved with many local nonprofit organizations, including AARP Tax-Aide and Cultural Arts Foundation Northwest, where she serves as treasurer and helped to organize, launch and manage the Art in the Woods studio tour for ten years. She currently coordinates the musical acts at the Poulsbo Arts Festival. Wendy’s interest in the arts made her the perfect match to manage the art acquisition for the Poulsbo Library. She has a Bachelor’s in Business Management from the University of Colorado.


Wendy enjoys traveling internationally, which has broadened her cultural experiences. Her favorite reads include all of Ken Follett's and J.A. Jance’s books; “The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared” by Jonas Jonasson and “Starvation Heights” by Gregg Olsen.