advisory board Northwest

Marco Abbruzzese is Regional Managing Director and Senior Vice President for the Washington and Alaska markets of the Wells Fargo Private Bank.

Peter Ackroyd is an avid supporter of non-profit environmental organizations who recently retired from the Board of Puget Soundkeeper Alliance after 10 years of service. 

Joshua Anderson is Chief Operating Officer of The Roseview Group, a real estate investment and advisory company. Since 2001, Josh has been a trusted advisor to Roseview's clients, helping to raise equity, restructure debt and set capital and business strategy for real estate investment and development companies across the country.

Tom is a fourth generation Seattleite. He graduated with a BA from UW and earned an MA from NYU. Tom worked in publishing in New York City and also as a landscape designer in Seattle before becoming President of C.D. Stimson Company in 1996.

Teresa Bendito is a community organizer and co‐founder of Parque Padrinos, a grassroots community organization that leads park advocacy, relationship building, and culturally relevant outdoor experiences in South Wenatchee, Washington.

Tony Cavalieri is a Senior Program Officer at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation where he has spent the last four years working on agricultural development in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. Tony has worked extensively in international development and conservation.

Jessyn Farrell, J.D., is a state leader in building public consensus on issues related to economic justice, transportation, housing, education, and the environment.

Alden Garrett, Seattle, Washington, practices family law and is a long-time leader in Washington State's philanthropic community.

Barbara Hebenton Fielden grew up hiking and camping across the Pacific Northwest. In addition to the Trust for Public Land Washington Advisory Board, Barbara serves on the board of the Washington Women’s Association, where she is the Cabinet Chair.

Annalee Luhman has a long-standing career in public and civic leadership and inclusion efforts, most recently retiring from nearly two decades at the Port of Seattle as a senior manager in talent and leader development. 

Rupa Patel works at Microsoft as a Marketplace Analytics Manager in the Bing search group. She has been at Microsoft for 10 years. Prior to this Rupa worked in various roles analyst and managerial roles at Amazon and as an analyst at Morgan Stanley. Originally from Chicago, Rupa attended high school in Louisiana before going to college at MIT. Rupa relocated to the Puget Sound region 1998 where she lives in Bellevue. Rupa has a passion for travel and has enjoyed exploring extensively across Europe and Asia. She and her husband took a four-year hiatus in between her time at Amazon and Microsoft to travel the world. They now live in Bellevue.

Thomas Reeve is Chair of The Trust for Public Land's National Leadership Council, sits on its National Board of Directors and is the former Chair of its Washington State Advisory Board.

Cody is a Legislative Aide in the Seattle City Council where he works on policy development in the areas of public safety, homelessness and police accountability.

Jaclyn has been working in Corporate Development for Amazon Web Services since 2019. Prior to working with Amazon, Jaclyn has held roles with JP Morgan, Deloitte and the US Department of Justice. Jaclyn received her BA in Political Science from New York University and her MBA from Columbia Business School. Prior to her time on the Northwest Advisory Board, she served on the New York TPL Advisory Board. She has a deep love and appreciation for green spaces and building equitable communities.

Mr. Tone is a former partner and executive vice president of Montgomery Capital Corporation, a San Francisco-based real estate company. He currently serves as a director of the Alamitos Land Company in Signal Hill, California.

Katie is a vice president of food innovation at Starbucks and has been working in food at Starbucks since 2012. Katie previously spent time at McKinsey & Company as an Associate Principal focusing on agribusiness, strategy under uncertainty, and agricultural development.

Northwest Emeritus Advisory Board Members:

Mary Black

T. William Booth

Campbell Mathewson

Douglass Raff

Brady Walkinshaw

Lyn White

Martha Wyckoff