2014 – 2015 Board of Trustees

A nine-member board of trustees directs PCC. Trustees serve three-year terms. There are three open trustee positions each year. An election is held each May to fill those positions. The next PCC board election will be held in spring 2015.


board member

Carol Binder: Third term (first year). Term ends in 2017. Not eligible for re-nomination due to term limits.

Committees: CEO Evaluation, Nominating Committee, Bylaws Task Force

Civic volunteer, currently serves on Seattle’s Central Waterfront Advisory Committee, Friends of Waterfront Seattle Board, Seattle Architecture Foundation Board and Seattle Housing Authority Audit Committee. A licensed CPA, retired from a 30 year career in public and private financial management. Keen interest in food and agriculture issues, West Seattle shopper.


Taso Lagos

Taso Lagos: First term (second year). Term ends in 2016. Eligible for re-nomination.

Committees: Board Development, Member Relations

Affiliate lecturer at the University of Washington; founder of Athens study-abroad program. Raised on small Greek farming village surrounded by goats, horses, chickens, corn, wheat, olives, figs and cherries. Edmonds shopper.


board meeting

Julianne Lamsek: Third term (first year). Term ends in 2017. Not eligible for re-nomination due to term limits.

Committees: Board Development (chair), Nominating Task Force (chair)

Technology Director at KCTS 9 Public Television. Cook, bicycle commuter, climber, community volunteer. Greenlake and Fremont shopper.


board member

Maggie Lucas: Second term (third year). Term ends in 2015. Eligible for re-nomination. Current board chair.

Committees: CEO Evaluation (chair), CEO Search Committee (chair), Bylaws Task Force (chair)

Parent, community advocate, attorney, kayaker, swimmer, gardener, cook. West Seattle shopper.


Karen May

Karen May: First term (second year). Term ends in 2016. Eligible for re-nomination.

Committees: Finance Committee, Member Relations

Retired aerospace test engineering manager. Has worked as a CPA with an international accounting firm and as planning director of several quasi governmental regional planning agencies in the Midwest. Enjoys hiking, bicycling, writing poetry, gardening, and cooking with friends and neighbors. Issaquah, Redmond, West Seattle shopper.


board member

John Sheller: Second term (second year). Term ends in 2016. Eligible for re-nomination.

Committees: Finance Committee, Member Relations (chair)

Senior manager for the King County Library System; legislative analyst for state and national organizations. Family co-op and grocery experience, seasonal laborer at family poultry farm. Issaquah shopper.


board meeting

Stephen Tan: Third term (third year). Term ends in 2015. Not eligible for re-nomination due to term limits.

Committees: CEO Evaluation, CEO Search, Nominating Task Force

Managing Partner at Cascadia Law Group, a Seattle-based firm practicing environmental and natural resources law, specializing in environmental litigation. Fremont shopper.


Sandy Voit

Sandy Voit: First term (third year) Term ends in 2015. Eligible for re-nomination.

Committees: Board Development, Finance Committee (chair), Bylaws Task Force

Divorce financial planner, personal finances counselor. Former dean of students at Bastyr University, and executive director at Temple Beth Am. Enjoys landscaping, house projects, hiking, cooking, and musicals. Redmond shopper.


Bruce Williams, member, PCC Board of Trustees

Bruce Williams: Second term (first year). Term ends in 2017. Eligible for re-nomination.

Committees: Board Development, CEO Evaluation, Finance

Serves on the boards of HomeStreet Bank, the Board of Commissioners of Cascade Medical Center, the Wenatchee River Institute and the Chelan Douglas Land Trust and co-chairs the board alumni group of Forterra. Greenlake and Issaquah shopper.

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