The Seattle Foundation is pleased to announce the election of six new members to our board of directors.
Libby Armintrout is past president of the Make a Wish Foundation and a board member of the Seattle Schools Fund for Excellence and the UW Carlson Leadership and Public Service Office. She also serves on the Board of Trustees for University Child Development School.
Kevin Daniels has 30 years of real estate experience, including leasing, development and property management, and is the President of Nitze-Stagen & Co., Inc.
and Daniels Development Co. LLC
. He is recognized as a leading voice for historic preservation in his community and is a nationally recognized on the issue of stimulating economic development through preservation efforts. He currently serves as on the Board of Trustees for the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the Board of Regents for Gonzaga University.
Linda is one of the original founders and is a co-chair of the Sustainable Path Foundation
. She has a Ph.D. in Biochemistry from the University of Michigan and spent 18 years in the Discovery Research group at Immunex and is now directing her time and scientific experience to projects in the nonprofit and philanthropic arenas.
John Stanton is a founding member of Trilogy Partnership, a private equity fund, and Trilogy International Partners, a wireless operator in Central and South America and New Zealand. He is a wireless industry pioneer, co-founding three, top 10 wireless operators in the United States in the last 25 years. He presently serves as a board member of Hutchison Telecommunications International, Columbia Sportswear, Clearwire Corporation, and Immobili, a Trilogy portfolio company.
James Williams is a partner in Perkins Coie LLP
's Litigation practice. He has been trying cases and managing litigation for over 20 years, as a government attorney and a private practitioner. He is a member of the YMCA of Greater Seattle A.K. Guy Awards Committee and a member of the board of Treehouse.
Tay Yoshitani joined the Port of Seattle
as its CEO in March 2007. He created a Real Estate division, a Capital Development Division and an office of Social Responsibility, which serves as a beacon for the region to provide equal opportunities for disadvantaged businesses to work with the Port. He serves on the National Urban Fellows, Inc. Board of Directors and the Executive Board of the Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce.