2012 – 2013 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 2013.
Katrina Basic: First term (third year). Term ends in 2013. Not seeking re-election.
Committees: Member Relations
VP of Finance and Human Resources for the young women's clothing retailer, Love Culture Inc., with nearly 20 years of experience in financial management in the retail industry. Enjoys hiking, bicycling, and cooking with family and friends. Issaquah shopper.
Carol Binder: Second term (second year). Term ends in 2014. Eligible for re-nomination. Current board chair.
Committees: CEO Evaluation (chair)
Recently retired from her position as executive director of the Pike Place Market, ending a 30 plus year career in executive and financial management. A Pacific Northwest native with a keen interest in local farm and food issues. West Seattle shopper.
Julianne Lamsek: Second term (second year). Term ends in 2014. Eligible for re-nomination.
Committees: Board Development, Member Relations, Nominating
Technology Director at KCTS 9 Public Television. Cook, bicycle commuter, climber, community volunteer. Greenlake and Fremont shopper.
Maggie Lucas: Second term (first year). Term ends in 2015. Eligible for re-nomination.
Committees: Board Development (chair), CEO Evaluation
Parent, community advocate, attorney, parent, kayaker, swimmer, gardener, cook. West Seattle shopper.
Bryan Pearce: First term (third year). Term ends in 2013. Not seeking re-election.
Committees: CEO Evaluation, Finance
CEO of University Book Store, Inc. at the University of Washington. Formerly a manager with Deloitte & Touche. More than 25 years experience in the retail industry. Enjoys cycling, rowing, camping, film and music. Mill Creek resident and Edmonds shopper.
John Sheller: First term (third year). Term ends in 2013. Eligible for re-nomination.
Committees: Member Relations (chair), Finance
Senior Managing Librarian and Community Liaison for King County Library System. Family co-op and grocery experience, seasonal laborer at family poultry farm. Issaquah and West Seattle shopper.
Stephen Tan: Third term (first year). Term ends in 2015.
Committees: Board Development, CEO Evaluation
Managing Partner at Cascadia Law Group, a Seattle-based firm practicing environmental and natural resources law, specializing in environmental litigation. Fremont shopper.
Sandy Voit: First term (first year) Term ends in 2015. Eligible for re-nomination.
Committees: Finance, Member Relations
Owner, Tangible Solutions (personal finances counseling, sole-proprietor consultant, Divorce Financial Planner). Enjoys landscaping, house projects, hiking, cooking, and musicals. Redmond and Edmonds shopper.
Bruce Williams: First term (second year). Term ends in 2014. Eligible for re-nomination.
Committees: Finance (chair), Board Development
Serves on the board of the Wenatchee River Institute, the Board of Commissioners of Cascade Medical Center and co-chairs the board alumni group of Forterra. Edmonds shopper.