Heath is a strong believer in local communities ability to affect social change and progress to a more sustainable and equitable future through the Arts and D.I.Y. education.
Heath was born in Alaska where he was raised surrounded by the wonders of nature, spending his youth flying to various fishing and hunting locations with his family. Heath is a graduate of Cornish College of the Arts where among other things he sat on the Student Leadership Council, worked in the Student Health & Wellness Department, and was a Sculpture Lab Monitor.
Heath has a cornucopia of skills from traditional sculpture and painting, to computer aided design (CAD) and computer aided manufacturing (CAM). Mr. Lambe currently works as the v.p of operations at U.C Sign Company in Yakima, and is the proprietor and creative force of Heath Heathen Creative, while still finding time to sit on the Yakima Arts Commission in addition to his duties at Yakima Maker Space.
Lisa Huff works full time as a Budget Analyst for ESD105. Her experience and fiscal responsibilities has helped to bring YMS in line with expectations that come from running a non-profit.
She graduated from Seattle University with a BA in Business Administration. She lived and worked in Seattle for many years before moving to Yakima in 2007.
Lisa the proud mother of three boys that love using YMS on various S.T.E.M. related projects. Lisa is passionate about supporting a space that teaches skills the children do not necessarily get in the school system and at home.
John is the owner of Yakima Networking which is a locally owned and operated business offering
computer repair in central Washington. He has built a business that is grounded in supplying solutions using the latest
technology and the highest standards of quality, performance.
John has brought these skills and his vision of YMS to the community at large since YMS's inception. John is a passionate maker and hacker that believes strongly in the Maker movement.
Chris Sader is relatively new to Yakima, but has been making stuff and collecting hobbies for years. He has been a member of YMS since before he even moved to Yakima, simply because he is passionate about supporting and being part of the maker movement. Whether it's discussing the joys of seeing a design you 3D modeled come to life on a 3D printer, the potential use cases for artificial intelligence and machine learning, or the different types of coffee processing and their effects on flavor, Chris brings curiosity to bear in striving to build a community of makers who are empowered to explore new ideas.