Before joining the 2030 District, Daniel worked for nonprofits focusing on clean energy equity, salmon conservation, and transportation. Daniel holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of British Columbia and an M.P.A. from the University of Washington.
Ellen Southard, Stormwater Program Consultant
Seattle 2030 District Board of Directors
Sabrina Villanueva—Clise Properties: Chair (2016)
Manages commercial buildings within the district. Access to tenants for educational opportunities. Influence over capital projects that move the mission forward. Heavily involved in transportation planning and projects throughout the city. Native Seattleite with a vested interest in sustainability. Committees: Executive, Visions Awards.
Catherine Stanford—BOMA: Vice Chair (2011)
Founding member of the District. Works in and understands government and public affairs. Strong network with policy makers in the region and at the State level. Thirty years of experience in commercial real estate management and development/public and private sectors. Represent BOMA Committees: Executive, Policy.
Todd Sparrow—Hudson Pacific Properties: Treasurer (2020)
Jared Silliker—NBBJ: Secretary (2011)
Kiki Gram—Vulcan Real Estate (2018)
Development Manager for commercial and residential projects within the District. Significant experience in transit-oriented development and innovative public/private stormwater projects. Advocate for affordable retail development strategies. Licensed architect with over twenty years of sustainable design and development experience.
Peter Alspach—NBBJ (2020)
An engineer amongst architects. Passionate about environmental, human, and business performance. Education focus includes teaching K-12 to university levels, national presentations, and leading professional development programs. Research and data-driven solutions to solving the climate crisis while helping people and businesses flourish into a future of uncertainty.
Ian Kell—Seneca Group (2020)
Development Manager overseeing two large commercial mixed-use high-rise projects for local high-tech firms. Leads integrated project teams that drive sustainability into building design and construction, with a focus on reducing carbon and water use intensities, and motivating the building industry to rapidly adapt to decarbonize new construction projects.
Kerry Meade—NEEC (2020)
Dayna Dealy—Skanska (2022)
Director of Development for mixed-use, multifamily projects within the District. Oversee all aspects of development from acquisition, entitlements, construction, and leasing. My passion for green buildings and cities began over 20 years ago when LEED first came to the market, and it never stopped. It has grown to include walkable cities, public/private community partnerships and diversity and inclusion.
Gladys Ly-Au Young—Sundberg Kennedy Ly-Au Young Architects (2022)
Gladys is a founding partner of a local firm, driven by a social purpose to design earth-friendly, community-based places that function well, create belonging and promote health and sustainability. She leverages the resilience built from her background to connect the work in multiple mission-driven sectors, including community and cultural spaces, education, affordable housing, and homeless day shelter.
Anita Jeerage—Unico Properties (2022)
Director of Sustainable Real Estate leading the implementation of sustainability initiatives for Unico’s real estate portfolio. Passionate about finding pragmatic, value-generating solutions that protect the natural environment and enhance communities. Enjoys collaboration and making sustainability topics accessible and relevant to all stakeholders.
Joseph Fernandi—Seattle City Light (2022)
Joe is the Director of Customer Energy Solutions at Seattle City Light. In this capacity, he leads a division responsible for strategy development, program design, delivery, and ongoing management across a $40M portfolio that includes energy efficiency, demand response, distributed generation, affordability, and electrification programs.
Karrie Yurkanin—CBRE (2022)
Overseeing Property Management and Operations teams of various Eastside assets. I have been driving Sustainably strategies at each property I have managed over the past 20 years. My passion of the natural beauty that Seattle and our state offers is one that is important to me and with many hands we can collectively make a positive impact now and going forward for future generations.
Brett Phillips—Unico Properties (2011)