Martha M. Wyckoff, Seattle, WA, is a community investor committed to contributing time, energy and resources toward enhancing community life through parks and open space. She is an experienced fundraiser, board member, public speaker and leader dedicated to land conservation. Her community service includes: National Board of Directors, The Trust for Public Land 1996-2009 (emeritus 2009-present); TPL Washington State Advisory Board 1996-present; Seattle Art Museum, Board of Trustees 2008-present; Olympic Sculpture Park Committee, vice chair 2008-present; Seattle University, Board of Regents 1987-present; YMCA of Greater Seattle, Board member 1995-2003; Tufts University Board of Overseers Engineering College 1991-1996; Seattle Central Waterfront Partnerships Committee (Design Oversight) 2009-2013; Teanaway Community Forest Advisory Committee 2013-present; Stanford University Bill Lane Center for the American West 2014-present.
Martha enjoys hay farming in Central Washington as part of her land conservation vision. She actively participates in hiking, cycling, fly-fishing, and travel. She also has climbed Mt. Rainier with her sons and husband with seven successful summits. Martha is currently researching and writing a biography.