Our Board & Investors - OneRedmond

Our Board & Investors

OneRedmond’s Board consists of influential individuals from across a wide spectrum of industries who all share one thing in common, a deep commitment to the future of Redmond as the destination of choice for cutting edge businesses, as well as the talent they depend on.

  • Jim Stanton

  • Jim Stanton

    OneRedmond President and Chair

    MICROSOFT CORPORATION
    Sr. Community Affairs Manager

     

    Jim Stanton has been at Microsoft for 12 years managing transportation, energy strategy, community & government affairs, development entitlement, and corporate philanthropy for Microsoft. Jim was responsible for developing and implementing Microsoft’s real estate master plan adopted in 2005, and negotiating the subsequent Development Agreement with the City of Redmond. This agreement enabled 2.2 million square feet of new development on the Microsoft corporate campus, including the newly occupied 1.3M SF West Campus development. Jim is a recent two term Board and Executive Committee member of the Bellevue Downtown Association; a long term Greater Redmond Chamber of Commerce Board member, and on the Advisory Board’s for the Lake Washington School Foundation and Imagine Housing Board’s. Jim is also a sought after speaker on a range of Microsoft issues. Prior to joining Microsoft Jim worked for the City of Redmond in a variety of planning and management capacities, with the last five years managing the City’s Building Department and Permit Center. Jim has a Bachelors degree in Political Science from St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY and a Masters Degree in Urban Planning from the University of Washington.

     

    Microsoft’s competitiveness in the global economy includes attracting and retaining the very best talent. Redmond is our corporate home, and the majority of our employees live here. Investing in the success of the local economy and community through access to education and job opportunities is a high priority to Microsoft. That’s why we support OneRedmond.

     

  • Casey Morgan

  • Casey Morgan

    Evergreen Health
    Director of Business Development – Administration

     

    Casey Morgan is the Director of Business Development at EvergreenHealth with responsibilities for medical group growth and development, and the expansion of healthcare service offerings within the EvergreenHealth system and throughout the Eastside community.

    Casey came to EvergreenHealth in 2014 from ECG Management Consultants, Inc., where he served as a trusted adviser to healthcare organizations across the country pursuing strategic planning and alignment initiatives.  At ECG, his work was focused on physician enterprise strategy, partnership planning, and hospital-physician alignment models.

    Casey is originally from Eastern Washington, and has lived in the Woodinville/Redmond area since 2008.  He earned his Bachelor degree in economics from UCLA, and his Master of Business Administration degree from Vanderbilt University.  Casey is an active volunteer in the Northshore Public Schools and with Woodinville Little League.

    “EvergreenHealth is proud to serve as a founding member of One Redmond. Through economic growth and community investment, Redmond can continue its history of progress and livability. We serve the health and medical needs of those who live and work in the Greater Redmond area and want to be an integral part of the community fabric”.

  • Daniel Angellar

  • Daniel Angellar

    OneRedmond Treasurer

    MARRIOTT REDMOND TOWN CENTER
    General Manager

     

    Daniel Angellar is General Manager for Marriott International, Inc., a diversified hospitality company. He currently oversees 125 employees at the 262-room Redmond Marriott Town Center Hotel.

    During his nineteen years with Marriott, Mr. Angellar has held positions in hotel operations and Director of Operations at the Seattle Marriott Waterfront before being promoted to his current position. He also has an extensive background as General Manager in the Marriott Courtyard and Residence Inn brands.

    Mr. Angellar is a member of the Lodging Tax and Advisory Committee for the City of Redmond, the King County Board of Disabilities, and is the Finance Chair on the Venture/OLS Board for Bellevue College.

  • Tom Markl

  • Tom Markl

    OneRedmond Secretary

    Nelson Legacy Group
    CEO

     

    Tom Markl is the CEO of the Nelson Legacy Group a family-owned business which owns and operates retail and office commercial real estate in suburban Seattle and eastern Washington State.

    Previously, Tom was Senior Vice President and COO of UTILX, a publicly-traded company, where his duties included managing operations in 40 states, domestic and international sales and marketing, legal affairs, contracts, engineering, and training.

    Prior to joining UTILX, Tom was Senior Vice President and COO of North American Energy Services, a privately held provider of power plant operations, maintenance, construction management, and technical services to the electric utility and private power industries.

    Tom has held positions in the corporate offices of the Weyerhaeuser Company and the Ford Motor Company, and he served on the turnaround team at Cutter & Buck.

    Tom is a member of the board of directors of OneRedmond and holds the board position of Secretary. He is also a Trustee of Seattle Academy, an independent school with 680 students in grades 6 through 12 located on Capitol Hill. He is also a former director of several non-public companies and new ventures.

    Tom received an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and a BS in Electrical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.

     

    Why We Invested In OneRedmond

    Nelson Legacy Group’s decision to invest in OneRedmond was comprised of equal parts self-interest and good citizenship. As large property owners in Redmond, economic and community growth will mean more customers for our retail tenants, greater demand for our retail and office spaces, stronger rents, and the opportunity for future profitable development of our properties. We also wanted to give back in way that would help secure the city’s future as a vital and vibrant place.

  • Mayor Marchione

  • Mayor Marchione

    CITY OF REDMOND
    Mayor of Redmond

     

    PUBLIC SERVICE
    Mayor Marchione was elected in November 2007 to a four year term that began on January 1, 2008. In 2003, Marchione was elected to the Redmond City Council, where he chaired the Planning and Public Works Committee and the Finance and Public Administration Committee.
    Mayor Marchione represents the City of Redmond on the Cascade Water Alliance Board to ensure a drinking water supply for Redmond for the next 50 years and beyond. In addition, Mayor Marchione serves as a representative of the eastside of King County for the Sound Transit Board.

    MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE
    Mayor Marchione has over 20 years of professional experience in local government working on finance, capital projects, water quality and supply and economic development. He worked for the Cities of Snoqualmie, Kent and Federal Way, and the King County Budget Office. Most recently, Mayor Marchione served as the Director of Finance and Administration at Meydenbauer Center (Bellevue Convention Center) from 1997 to the end of 2007.

    COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
    John is very active in the community. Working with other community leaders, he helped found the Lake Washington Schools Foundation and served as Board member and Treasurer. Since 1997, he has managed, coached and umpired in Redmond West Little League and coached in the Lake Washington Youth Soccer Association.

    EDUCATION
    John earned a Master of Public Administration from the University of Washington (1987) and a Bachelor of Arts in Humanities from Seattle University (1985).

     

    Why We Invested In OneRedmond

    The City of Redmond has taken an active leadership role in the creation of OneRedmond because we want Redmond to have a sustainable economic base built on shared community values where people can live, work, and play. By bringing together economic and community development in one consolidated effort, the public and private sectors will have the leverage necessary to build a vibrant community.

  • Eric Scroggins

  • Doctor Eric Scroggins

    OneRedmond Past President

    Banner Bank
    Vice President & Branch Manager

     

    Dr. Eric Scroggins, the current President and Chair of the Board of OneRedmond, is Vice President and Branch Manager of Banner Bank. He leads Banner Bank in Redmond, a $70 million portfolio.

    Over his 20 year career in banking and finance, Dr. Scroggins has received many accolades for his innovative achievements, including the development of a banking management trainee program, and ranking among the Top 10 bankers as Division Leader at KeyBank. Dr. Scroggins graduated with a B.S. in Business Management and Communications followed by an M.B.A. and Ph.D in Pastoral Psychology. Dr. Scroggins is a graduate of the University of Washington hosted Pacific Coast Banking School. His peers recognize his success, naming him among the Top 40 Under 40 in Clark County.

    Dr. Scroggins is community focused and recognized by the Clark County Red Cross with the Award for Volunteer of the Year. Dr. Scroggins and his wife Saundra also, lead a non-profit in South Puget Sound with the mission to feed and clothe less fortunate children in the Franklin Pierce School District.

     

    Why We Invested In OneRedmond:

    The Redmond market is key to Banner Bank’s success and growth so we believe we have a responsibility to be a major part of its success. OneRedmond allows Banner Bank to work alongside clients, business and community leaders to attract new business and create a great place to live. OneRedmond is an invaluable opportunity for Banner Bank to be a part of something great and one we wouldn’t want to pass up.

  • William D. Biggs

  • William D. Biggs

    Vice President of Administrative Services Division
    Group Health Cooperative

     

    Bill Biggs is a health care leader with more than 30 years’ experience in architectural planning, construction, development, project management, and other related corporate real estate services. He has more than 20 years of leadership experience in corporate supply chain, business continuity, emergency management, safety, and other health care administrative functions. During the last 15 years, Biggs has successfully led a wide variety of business model transitions involving complex change management that reduced cost, improved service quality, and enhanced staff engagement.

    Biggs has been with Group Health Cooperative since 1986. He currently has enterprise-wide responsibility for facilities, equipment, and supply chain processes of Group Health’s integrated health plan and care delivery system.

    Biggs graduated from the University of Oregon in 1977 with a bachelor’s degree in architecture. He has previously served on the Executive Advisory Board for the Project Management Institute, Puget Sound Chapter; the University of Washington Project Management Certificate Program Advisory Board; the Premier Purchasing Partners Compliance Committee; President of the Hospital Shared Services Association Board of Directors; a Board member for the Redmond Chamber; and President of the Board of Directors for the Redmond Economic Development Alliance. He currently serves as past President on the Board of Directors of OneRedmond, and as Vice-Chair on the Board of Directors for the Northwest Healthcare Response Network.

    Group Health is a managed health care system operating in more than 3 million square feet located in approximately 50 locations in Washington State. With management support from CB Richard Ellis, Group Health has recently constructed 3 new medical facilities, a new corporate headquarters and is currently pursing a variety of significant remodel and replacement projects.

  • Amy Goings

  • Amy Goings

    LAKE WASHINGTON INSTITUTE OF TECH.
    President

    Dr. Amy Morrison Goings became President of Lake Washington Institute of Technology on July 1, 2013. Prior to joining LWTech, Dr. Morrison Goings served for nearly ten years in vice presidential roles including advancement as well as campus operations and an adjunct faculty member at Clover Park Technical College in Lakewood, Washington. She began her community and technical college career at Bates Technical College where she was responsible for legislative advocacy as well as leading the Bates Technical College Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting students with scholarships and emergency resources.

    Prior to her community and technical college career, Dr. Morrison Goings served as the Deputy Director in the Office of Congressman Norm Dicks with responsibility for higher education and workforce outreach.

    She received her doctorate in Higher Education Administration at the University of Nebraska Lincoln, her Masters of Public Administration at The Evergreen State College and her undergraduate degree at Mills College.

    Why We Invested In OneRedmond

    As the only public institute of technology in Washington State, Lake Washington Institute of Technology (LWTech) provides students with the latest cutting edge skills relevant to today’s workplace. LWTech offers three bachelor’s degrees, 40 associate degrees and 83 professional certificates in 50 areas of study, including STEM-focused programs in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. We partner with One Redmond to leverage programs to meet the workforce needs of the Eastside communities we serve.

  • Larry Martin

  • Larry Martin

    DAVIS WRIGHT TREMAINE
    Partner

     

    OneRedmond board member, Larry Martin is a partner with the law firm of Davis Wright Tremaine and resides in the firm’s Bellevue office. Larry focuses his legal practice on real estate development and land use. He draws from his experiences as a city attorney, real estate development executive, and 30 years of legal practice to facilitate pragmatic, productive solutions to difficult environmental, transportation and political challenges. Larry has a proven record of adding value by negotiating development agreements and winning comprehensive entitlement packages. He helps owners add value to land and assists developers by reducing risk, saving time and lowering development costs. Larry’s commitment to the Eastside Community is deep—in addition to serving on OneRedmond’s board, he is also a board member of Hopelink, and is a member of the expansion committee of the Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center.

     

    Why We Invested In OneRedmond

    At Davis Wright Tremaine we pride ourselves on being actively involved in the civic and charitable lives of our communities. When the opportunity to participate as a founding member of OneRedmond was presented to us in 2012, we carefully considered the organization’s goals and mission before making a commitment to join. Our due diligence showed that this was an excellent opportunity to participate in a group that has the strongest chance of becoming a true “game changer” for the Eastside as well as the greater Puget Sound region. The leadership and community support already garnered by OneRedmond is highly indicative of the respect with which its formation has been greeted in the greater Eastside business community. We are convinced that the organization is built on sound principles and civic generosity that we seek from the organizations we support. We strongly urge other businesses to consider participating in this exciting endeavor.

     

  • Ryan Baumgartner

  • Ryan Baumgartner

    Cashman Consulting
    Chief Investment Officer & Partner

    Ryan Baumgartner is the Chief Investment Officer and a Partner of Cashman Consulting, a financial consulting and wealth management firm with offices in Redmond, WA and Portland, OR.

    Previously, Ryan was an original founding member of a commercial and residential lending firm recognized as “Best of Business” in Bellevue, WA. He has also helped manage production efforts for two other financial institutions, where he successfully developed and implemented sales and marketing strategies designed to increase market share and profitability. Prior to entering the Financial Services industry, Ryan worked in the Enterprise Software industry delivering complex software applications to Fortune 1000 clients.

    Ryan is a member of the Board of Directors for OneRedmond and also holds an Executive level At-Large position. He has previously served as Treasurer for OneRedmond. Ryan was formerly an Executive level Board member of the Redmond Chamber of Commerce where he also served as a Committee Chairman leading one of the most successful fundraising events in its history. He has also volunteered his time to other community organizations such as Hopelink, Eastlake Little League, Boys & Girls Club of Redmond/Sammamish and Rotary International/Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Club.

    “Cashman Consulting is proud to serve as a founding member of OneRedmond, which has an incredible opportunity to build upon an already vibrant blend of business, art and culture. As a current Board member for OneRedmond and local small business, we are excited about the prospects for community and economic expansion, and feel we could not miss the chance to help drive this partnership” ~ Ryan Baumgartner, Cashman Consulting

  • Irene Plenefisch

  • Irene Plenefisch

    MICROSOFT
    Government Affairs Director

     

    Irene is a Government Affairs Director for Microsoft in Washington State. She works with local governments and at the state level on issues of importance to the growth and vitality of the company and the broader technology industry in the state.

    Irene has been with Microsoft for four years and came to the company with 12 years previous experience in federal health policy, working for SonoSite, Inc., a Puget Sound based diagnostic ultrasound manufacturer. Irene holds a B.A. from St. John’s College in Annapolis, Maryland, and an MBA from the University of Michigan. She lives in Kirkland, Washington with her husband and three children.

     

  • Eric Murray

  • Eric Murray

    CASCADIA COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    President

     

    Eric Murray has been the President of Cascadia Community College since 2010. He is an experienced administrator and teacher in higher education, starting in 1992 with his first position at UCLA. From UCLA, Eric became Dean of Students at the University of Montana-Western and then moved to North Idaho College where he served as Vice President of Student Services.

    Eric’s educational background includes Bachelor’s degrees in Germanic Languages and Psychology, as well as Master’s and Doctoral degrees in Psychology, all from UCLA. In addition to serving students outside the classroom, Eric has taught psychology and special education courses.

    Eric’s desire to provide leadership at each of these institutions has motivated him to become an expert in college accreditation processes, strategic planning, staff management, crisis management, and student development. He has been a trainer for law enforcement, for large corporations, and for multiple universities and colleges.

    Eric has been a soccer referee and coach, an advocate for people with disabilities, and currently serves on the City of Redmond Planning Commission and is Chair of the Bothell Chamber of Commerce.

     

    Why We Invested In OneRedmond

    Cascadia is invested in OneRedmond. We know the importance and value of education to employers and continued prosperity in the region. We expect to provide opportunities to workers and their families so that we continue to grow and improve the quality of life in Redmond. Helping business succeed will maintain the college as a viable resource for Redmond.

  • John T. Duncan III

  • PHYSIO-CONTROL
    Senior Legal Counsel

    John is an in-house corporate attorney and business leader for Physio-Control advising and representing the Company on legal affairs such as commercial and government contracts, research and development, data protection, privacy, software and technology licensing, risk management, employee relations, regulatory law and administrative law matters.

    Physio-Control develops, manufactures, sells, services and implements a variety of emergency medical responses products such as external defibrillators, monitors, CPR devices, video laryngoscopes, cloud-based data solutions to improve patient care and life-saving bystander CPR response mobile applications from the PulsePoint Foundation.

    Prior to joining Physio-Control, John served in leadership roles at Boeing, Zetec, Trendwest Resorts, MorphoTrak and the Ohio Attorney General’s Office. He is also a frequent guest lecturer at the University of Washington, Bothell Campus on patents and intellectual property licensing and protection.

    John has been active in the Redmond community. For 14 years, John was an Assistant Scoutmaster at Redmond Boy Scout Troop 550 and an Eagle Scout Project Advisor helping young people build character and integrity through the outdoor experience and community service. He also volunteers his time to other community organizations such as Hopelink, the Habitat for Humanity and the OneRedmond Foundation.

    John earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism from Ohio University, a Master of Business Administration from Howard University and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Dayton. John, his wife, and three sons have lived on Education Hill in Redmond for almost two decades. He is an avid year-round cyclist and outdoorsman.

    Why We Invested In OneRedmond

    Physio-Control has been a Redmond fixture since 1974, when the valley consisted mostly of farms. Today, Redmond remains our worldwide headquarters. We continue to design, develop and manufacture lifesaving products at our Redmond headquarters, drawing on the region’s technical talent. We support OneRedmond because it is good for business and our Team Members.

  • Robert Pantley

  • Robert Pantley

    Robert Pantley is a native of the Pacific Northwest and currently lives with his wife, Elizabeth, their four children and Grandma. Robert started in Real Estate as a teenager and has been continuously invested in real estate for over 30 years.

    He has a long history of community service including being a Volunteer Firefighter, Emergency Medical Technician, founding member of his neighborhood association, chairman Kirkland Park Board, served on the Kirkland City Council, served as a Board member of 1,000 Friends of Washington (Now Future Wise), coached girls softball – winning a Washington State Softball Championship.

    Determined to create positive changes, Robert Pantley’s companies invest in creating a transformation of existing and new properties to new levels of sustainability from solar, to wind power, green roofs, rain gardens, salmon friendly streets, access to public transportation, flex cars, dual flush toilets, regional materials, how to ventilate living spaces with fresh air to reduce the need for air conditioning and more

  • Hank Margeson

  • Hank Margeson

    Council President at Redmond City Council
    Safeco Insurance

     

    Hank Margeson is a Redmond City Councilmember.

    The City Council invests in OneRedmond because of the opportunities for the City to partner with this organization to attract new businesses innovating in technology, to recruit talent to the area, to drive economic development with an eye on arts and culture, and to make Redmond a vibrant city for work and play.

  • Marry Morrow

  • Mary Morrow

    Managing Member at Nelson Legacy Group

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