Mountains to Sound adds five new board directors
The Mountain to Sound Greenway Trust named five new board members to its 60-member team. The members have a considerable amount of experience with conservation and connecting organizations and government to get work done.
MTS focuses on conservation along the I-90 corridor from Seattle to Ellensburg
New directors include:
Karen Daubert the executive director of the Washington Trails Association. As Founding Director of the Seattle Parks Foundation, she led the organization from a start-up to a national leader in parks philanthropy and advocacy.
Vik Sahney, an associate principal at McKinsey & Company has climbed the seven great summits of the world, making him one of ~300 people in history to have completed this feat.
Jennifer Eberlien is a U.S. Forest Supervisor of the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. Her extensive career in conservation has taken her across the United States and overseas to South Korea.
Bruce Gryniewski, managing partner of Gallatin Public Affairs in Seattle was once the Executive Director of Washington Conservation Voters and an outdoor enthusiast. He formally served on the Board of Directors of the Salish Sea Expedition.
Josh Lipsky, who is a Partner at the Cascadia Law Group, one of the premier environmental law practices in the state. He is also the chairman of the Board of Directors for the Seward Park Environmental & Audubon Education Center.