||Michael Gonzales is a life-long Washington resident. He is married to another native Washingtonian who works at the Boeing Company. He has been an active member of organized labor for 19 years and is currently employed by Teamsters Local 174 since 2007. He holds the positions of Senior Business Agent and Political Director for the Local Union. He is also an executive board member of the Martin Luther King County Labor Council.
||Futurewise, State Policy Director
||Bryce brings many years of political experience to Futurewise. He began his career as an Associate Legislative Assistant to the Chair of the Senate Transportation Committee and then worked as Legislative Assistant to the House Housing Chair. He went on to work as a Government Affairs Associate at a local firm, where he represented both public entities such as the City of Tacoma and Tacoma Public Utilities, and non-profit organizations, like the Washington Economic Development Association. Bryce has a Masters in Sustainable Environmental Management from Middlesex University in London and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Seattle University.
|Rep. Luis Moscoso
||Washington State Legislature
||Representative Luis Moscoso represents Washington's 1st district, including parts of north King and south Snohomish counties. A Washington resident since the 1970s, Luis was the inaugural president of the first union for Community Transit bus drivers. Before being elected to the legislature, Luis served on the Puget Sound Regional Council Transportation Policy Board, and in 2001 he went to work for Washington Public Employees Association/UFCW 365 to handle contract negotiations in various agencies and community colleges before becoming WPEA government relations director in 2006. In the Legislature, Luis sits on the House Transportation Committee as vice chair, and is also a member of the Public Safety and Government Accountability and Oversight committees. In 2012, Luis helped to found the Legislative Rail caucus, a non-partisan, bicameral group of legislators committed to improving to improving rail transportation outcomes in Washington. Luis and his wife have three grown children.
||Executive Director, Puget Sound Regional Council
||Josh Brown is the Executive Director of the Puget Sound Regional Council. Prior to becoming Executive Director, Josh was elected to two terms as Kitsap County Commissioner. While Commissioner, he was active in regional issues and served as PSRC President for two years. Before serving as Kitsap County Commissioner, he worked as a commercial real estate broker. Josh attended the University of California, Berkeley, where he earned a degree focused on city and regional planning.
||Boundary Review Board
||Van Anderson is currently a member of the Boundary Review member. She is also the past President of the King County Association of Realtors and a past member of the Real Estate License Commission. She has lived in Washington her entire life. She was born in Tacoma and currently resides in Bellevue.
||Former King County Councilmember and State Representative
||Louise started her political career in 1978 when she was elected a Woodinville Water/Sewer Commissioner. She then served 11 years in the State House of Representatives and eight years on the King County Council, retiring at the end of her second term in December 2001. Currently Louise is a board member of the Seattle Center Foundation, a vice president of the Seattle Opera Board of Trustees and a co-chair of the Mainstream Republicans. Louise Miller graduated with a B.A. in music from San Jose State University in 1966.
||Statewide Policy Director, Washington Bikes
||Blake Trask serves as the state policy director at Washington Bikes, an organization that grows bicycling statewide through advocacy and education. At Washington Bikes Trask manages policy development and state and federal legislative relations, while also leading initiatives to promote increased safety, better data collection, as well as bicycle travel and tourism to grow local economies statewide.
||Ron Paananen has more than 34 years’ experience in design and management of transportation infrastructure, including ferry terminals, highway, and bridge projects. He is a registered professional engineer in the state of Washington and received an M.S. in civil engineering from the University of Washington and a B.S. in civil engineering from Michigan Technological University. Paananen is currently General Manager of Parsons Brinckerhoff’s Seattle office. He was previously with the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT), where he oversaw projects including the Alaskan Way Viaduct, SR 520 Floating Bridge Replacement, and I-405 Corridor Program.
|Sen. Joe Fain
||Washington State Legislature
||Senator Joe Fain is serving his second term in the Washington State Senate where he represents South King County. As vice chair of the Senate Transportation Committee Fain co-sponsored and was a key negotiator of the transportation investment package passed in 2015. Prior to his election to the Senate, he served King County for more than a decade, most recently as chief of staff for District 7 of the King County Council. Fain earned his law degree and MBA at Seattle University after graduating from the University of Washington. He lives in Auburn with his wife Steffanie.
||King County Agriculture Commission
||George Irwin owns a purebred cattle operation in Enumclaw. He is Vice Chair of the County Agriculture Commission, sits on the board of directors of the King/Pierce County Farm Bureau, and is President of the King/Pierce Cattlemen's Association.
||Janet Keller has a BS from the University of Washington. She and her husband, along with her adult children, own a dairy farm in unincorporated King County. She brings a family farm perspective to the Bridges and Roads Task Force. Roads are vital to our dairy, and serviceable roads are a must for modern farming.
||Emergency Management Expert
||With a dynamic fire service career spanning over 30 years, Hank Lipe has served as Vashon Fire Chief and Emergency Management Director since 2008 and resides on the island. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Fire and Safety Engineering Technology from the University of Cincinnati and is a graduate of the Executive Fire Officer Program at the National Fire Academy. He has also earned the professional designation of Chief Fire Officer through the Center for Public Safety Excellence, Inc. Lipe’s expertise includes EMS response, emergency management planning, and grants management.
||Member, Transportation Concurrency Expert Review Panel
||Duana Koloušková is a partner at Johns Monroe Mitsunaga Koloušková PLLC, which represents a variety of private clients on land use, real estate, and construction issues. She represents developers, property owners, and developer/builder organizations in all phases of property development. Her work includes consulting on permit applications, strategy regarding major project development, and representing clients at a broad range of public forums, administrative hearings and judicial appeals. Ms. Koloušková is also the legal advisor to the Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish County, Board of Governors.
||Mayor, City of Snoqualmie
||Mayor Matt Larson is currently serving his third term as Snoqualmie's mayor. He has held many offices in Snoqualmie in the past including Mayor Pro-Tem, City Council member, chair of the Planning Commission, and Parks Board member. For two years he held the position of president of the Snoqualmie Valley Governments Association. He currently serves on the King County Flood Control District Advisory Board and serves as President of the Sound Cities Association Board of Directors. Larson is an Advanced Certified Municipal Leader -- a certification earned through the Association of Washington Cities.
||President, Four Creeks Unincorporated Council
||Peter Eberle is currently retired from the State of Alaska Department of Transportation, Alaska Marine Highway System. There he served as Chief Engineer aboard Mainline ferries MV Columbia and MV Kennicott. Currently he serves as President of the Four Creeks Unincorporated Area Council, a non-profit organization that serves the residents of unincorporated King County. He also serves on the board of directors for the Westport South Beach Historical Society where he is Chairperson of the Lighthouse Preservation Committee. He has been a resident of unincorporated King County for over 58 years.
||President, Fall City Community Association
||Ashley Glennon is the president of the Fall City Community Association and is a seasoned veteran in the wireless communications industry. Ashley spent more than 23 years at T-Mobile managing, creating, launching and marketing new consumer facing mobile products and services. Ashley has award-winning coaching, collaboration and communication skills and has a reputation for passionately and enthusiastically driving initiatives forward. Ashley presently works at Strong-Bridge Consulting--still serving the wireless industry--and has a natural energy level that is contagious.
||City Manager of Issaquah
||Bob Harrison has served as City Manager for the City of Issaquah since 2011. Prior to this position, Harrison was city manager of Wyoming, Ohio, a suburb north of Cincinnati for 12 years. Harrison has a master's in public administration from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, a bachelor's degree from Marquette University.
||Community Economic Development Manager, Skyway Solutions
||Andra Kranzler is currently managing the community led planning efforts with Skyway Solutions in Skyway-West Hill (an unincorporated area of Martin Luther King Jr. County). She has a Juris Doctor from Seattle University School of Law and an Urban and Regional Planning degree from Eastern Washington University. Prior to joining Skyway Solutions, Andra was a civil rights attorney and community economic development law fellow.
||Union Representative, Professional & Technical Employees Local 17
||Cecilia Mena has been a Union representative for a little over 7 years covering retail, healthcare and Public employees. She has been with PTE Local 17 for a little over 6 months. She has approximately 200 members working in Roads.
||Councilmember at City of Duvall
||City of Duvall Councilmember Amy Ockerlander took office on January 1, 2010. Ms. Ockerlander serves on a number of regional and statewide committees representing the council and assisting with policy formation at the county, state, and federal levels. She earned a Certificate of Municipal Leadership through the Association of Washington Cities in 2011. Ms. Ockerlander has a Bachelor's of Interdisciplinary Studies from Eastern Washington University and is employed as a Public Services Coordinator in Snohomish County's Department of Public Works, Surface Water Management Division, managing state and federal legislative coordination and special projects.
||Firefighter/EMT, King County Fire District 28/Enumclaw Fire
||John Bloomer has been employed as Firefighter/EMT with King County Fire District #28/Enumclaw Fire Department for eight years. He resides in rural King County, grew up on a dairy farm not far from the city of Enumclaw, and is a 4th generation resident of the Enumclaw Plateau. John earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Eastern Oregon University.