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Amy Trainer

Amy Trainer brings nearly twenty years of conservation success as a strategic advocate, coalition builder and environmental policy expert. Amy currently serves as the Environmental Policy Director for the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community where she provides strategic policy advice to the Tribe’s elected Senate, and leads intergovernmental affairs for a variety of local, state, federal, […]

Sono Hashisaki

Sono Hashisaki joined Washington Water Trust as a Board member in 2022. Founder of Springwood Associates, Inc., she has decades of experience working in ecological restoration planning, permitting, and mitigation monitoring, natural resource assessment, and ecosystem recovery. Since 2000 she has worked extensively with Tribes in western Washington providing community-based strategic planning and retreat facilitation […]

Ben Eickhoff

Ben Eickhoff is a Wealth Advisor located in Seattle’s Wells Fargo Private Bank office. Mr. Eickhoff is responsible for working with high-net-worth clients to assist them in effectively managing their wealth. Prior to joining Wells Fargo, Mr. Eickhoff, worked at US Bank. He joined Wells Fargo in 2004. Prior to his current role he was […]

Kimberly Mueller

Kim Mueller joined the Washington Water Trust as a member of the Board in 2021. A 25-year veteran of the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT), Kim is currently the agency’s Fish Passage Delivery Manager. Kim has held positions and developed expertise in numerous disciplines, including environmental permitting and documentation, highway and bridge construction, and […]

LaTrisha Suggs

LaTrisha Suggs joined the Washington Water Trust as a board member in 2021. She is an enrolled Jamestown S’Klallam Tribal member, from the Cook-Kardonsky family. LaTrisha has been involved with natural resource issues throughout her career in Indian Country. Her work focus has been in environmental policy and planning since 2001. Her college intern project […]

Robert C. Lothrop

Rob Lothrop joined the Washington Water Trust as a member of the Board in 2021. Rob manages the Policy Development and Litigation Support Department at the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission, where he has worked since 1981. The Commission was established by the Yakama, Warm Springs, Umatilla, and Nez Perce Indian tribes in 1977. The […]

Christie True

Christie True joined the Washington Water Trust in July of 2021. Christie was appointed by King County Executive Dow to lead King County’s Department of Natural Resources and Parks (DNRP) in July 2010. The Department of Natural Resources and Parks has four major divisions – Parks and Recreation, Solid Waste, Wastewater Treatment and Water and […]

Amanda Cronin

Amanda Cronin joined the Washington Water Trust as a member of the Board in 2021. Amanda was born in Forks, Washington, a town that averages ten feet of rainfall per year. After graduating from Whitman College with a BA in Biology – Environmental Studies in Walla Walla, Washington, Amanda spent two years as the Watershed […]

Tom Ring

Tom Ring is a hydrogeologist with the Water Resources Program of the Yakama Nation.  He has held this position since 1990 and, in that role, has worked on a variety of projects involving groundwater and surface water quantity and quality, water rights, irrigation and fisheries issues and planning for future water needs.  Previously he worked for […]

Jessica Levin

Jessica Levin is a staff attorney at the Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law & Equality at Seattle University School of Law.  Jessica began her career as a law clerk to the Honorable Marlin J. Appelwick in the Washington State Court of Appeals, Division One.  She then worked at Gordon Tilden Thomas & Cordell, LLP, where […]