History Ink Board of Trustees
Marie McCaffrey (President and Executive Director), co-founder of History Ink / HistoryLink.org, graphic designer and book publication manager, member Board of Trustees, Seattle Public Library.
James Tupper Jr. (Chair), partner at Tupper Mack Jensen Wells PLLC.
Bob Royer (Vice-President), manager of the Seattle office of Gallatin Public Affairs with 25 years of experience in public affairs and communications in Western Washington, advising clients such as the Bonneville Power Administration and Seattle City Light and serving six years as Seattle's Deputy Mayor.
Chris Smith Towne (Secretary), environmental policy consultant, and former member of the Central Puget Sound Growth Management Hearings Board.
Pam Heath (Treasurer), principal of Jensen Heath, a communication skills consultancy, and formerly with Microsoft's Strategic Prototyping group.
Peter Jackson, former gubernatorial speechwriter. Jackson is finishing his second term as a commissioner with the Washington Commission for National and Community Service. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Washington Wilderness Coalition and the North Cascades Institute. He is a founding member of the Board of Governors and a 25-year veteran of the Henry M. Jackson Foundation in Seattle.
Jessica Jones, Program and Operations Manager for CityClub.
Patrick Jones, principal of Jones Strategic consulting firm and former Executive Director of the Washington Public Ports Association
Robert D. Kahn, Executive Director of the Northwest & Intermountain Power Producers Coalition. His company, Robert D. Kahn & Co., is known throughout the West for its work in energy policy, permit assistance, environmental management and public acceptance of new technology.
Ralph Munro, member of the federal "Carter-Baker" Commission on Election Reform, five-term Secretary of the State of Washington (1981-2001), and longtime advocate for historical preservation, archeology, and conservation in Washington state.
Greg Nickels served eight years as the 51st Mayor of Seattle from January 1, 2001 through December 31, 2009. He is known as a leader in climate protection and was appointed by Barack Obama as alternate representative to the United Nations.
Penny Peabody, member, Foundation Board of the Museum of History & Industry, former president (1985-1990) of the Seattle-King County Economic Development Council, and former chair (1990-1992) of the Municipality of Metropolitan King County Council.
Norman B. Rice, President and CEO of the Seattle Foundation. Former president, Federal Home Loan Bank of Seattle, and former mayor of Seattle.
Beth Savage, Vice President of Development at KCTS 9. She has 17 years of experience in fundraising, strategic planning, and management with public television.
Randy Schnabel, retired naval officer and teacher with 34 years of experience teaching high school social studies in Shoreline District; founder, 13-year coordinator, and 2006-2007 chair, Washington State History Day contest for middle and high school students.
Jared Smith, Senior Vice President and Northwest regional manager at Parsons Brinckerhoff. Former regional transit manager and assistant director for transportation planning and policy for the City of Seattle.
Quintard Taylor, Ph.D., the Scott and Dorothy Bullitt Professor of American History at the University of Washington, and author of In Search of the Racial Frontier and The Forging of a Black Community among other books.
Shari Gross Teeple, President, Gross & Associates, specializing in government and business affairs for Puget Sound maritime and fishery clients with interests in Alaska.
Bill Youngs, Ph.D., Chair and Professor of History at Eastern Washington University and author of scholarly books including The Fair and the Falls: Spokane’s Expo ’74, winner of the 1996 Washington State Governor’s Writers Award.
Hubert G. Locke (Trustee Emeritus, non-voting), author, ethicist, and Dean Emeritus, Daniel J. Evans School of Public Affairs at the University of Washington
Dorothy H. Mann, Ph.D., senior fellow, University of Washington Institute for Public Affairs and Management, and former chair, Group Health Cooperative.
Maren Norton, Partner in the Litigation practice group. Former Assistant United States Attorney for the Western District of Washington.