Raquel Espinosa joined the Washington Water Trust in 2016 to blend her passion for sustainable water management and organizational development. She finished her studies at the Evans School analyzing the impact of the Growth Management Act on King County DOT Transportation Concurrency options while also leading an inclusive Vision/Mission process at a small non-profit. Raquel has over 10 years practice in facilitating consensus-decision making, personnel empowerment, and integrated education. Professional highlights include managing the WWT Dungeness Water Exchange, administrative support to the SR530 Landslide Commission, creek walker for the Longfellow Creek Salmon study, and EarthCorps steward at Edmond’s Brackett’s Landing. Raquel holds an M.P.A. from the Daniel J. Evans School of Public Policy and Governance focused on environmental policy and management and a B.S. in Biology from Bates College, Maine.