Washington Advisory Board

William M. and Mary F. Black, are founding members of the Whidbey-Camano Land Trust and previously served on The Trust for Public Land's Puget Sound Open Space Advisory Council. William was involved in the Seattle Cedar Lumber Company and subsequently the Ballard Canal Company, a real estate...

T. William Booth has been a member of the WA State Board since 2002. While heading his architectural firms he helped to developed energy conservation regulations in building design for Seattle and Washington in the 1970s. He also was founding officer for Washington Environmental Council (WEC),...

Elisabeth T. Bottler is a long-time supporter of land conservation in Washington state. She currently serves on the boards of the Elisabeth C. Miller Botanical Garden and the Pendleton and Elisabeth Carey Miller Charitable Foundation and is a director emeritus of the Pacific Science Center...

Alden Garrett, Seattle, Washington, practices family law and is a long-time leader in Washington State's philanthropic community. Her family first settled in Washington in the 1880s, and is still active in the timber company they established in 1886. Alden is a graduate of Brown University and...

Gretchen S. Hull is a long-time activist for parks and open space in the Puget Sound region. She is a former trustee of the Seattle Parks Foundation and worked on the 2003 Olmsted Parks Centennial Celebration in Seattle. She is also involved with the the Seattle Garden Club and the Washington...

Annalee Luhman is the Learning and Leadership Manager at the Port of Seattle, an institution committed to achieving sustainable practices in all of its operations. This post comes after a long career focused on education, training and leadership in...

Kyle McCoy, Seattle, Washington, is a Private Wealth Advisor in the Seattle office of Goldman Sachs. He received his MBA from Cornell University's Johnson Graduate School of Management and his BBA in Finance and International Business from Gonzaga University. Before Goldman,...

Douglass Raff is a principal of Riddell Williams P.S., a Seattle law firm, and a long-time environmental advocate. He is chairman of the board of directors of Harbor Properties Inc. and chair of the Museum Development Authority of Seattle. He was chairman of the Seattle 2000 Commission, former...

Background and expertise: Chair of The Trust for Public Land's National Leadership Council; past chair of The Trust for Public Land 's Washington State advisory board; past president of the board of the Washington Wildlife and Recreation Coalition; serves on the national council of the...

Coby Sillers is a retired senior executive having recently relocated back “home” to Seattle after 43 years of leading business endeavors in various companies in Seattle and Atlanta. Most recently, Coby was instrumental in leading the rapidly growing...

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