Eric Adman, President
Eric has been a member of Sno-King Watershed Council since 2008. In addition to being the President of Sno-King Watershed Council, he is on the board of the Adopt-A-Stream Foundation. He lives on Little Swamp Creek in Kenmore, in the Swamp Creek watershed and is a volunteer water quality monitor on Little Swamp and Swamp Creeks.
Mickie Gundersen, Treasurer
Mickie also has a long history in local community activism and environmental work. She is a leading member of the Hilltop-Locust Community Group, was one of the original citizens working towards Bothell annexation, and is part of Pilchuck Audubon and the Livable Snohomish County Coalition. She also has been very active in organizing citizens and helping to preserve Hooven Bog in Snohomish County. Mickie is in the Swamp Creek watershed.
Mark Phillips, Secretary
Mark has been a long-time organizer of the Lake Forest Park Steamkeepers, one of the few local volunteer water monitoring organizations, is a member of the Lake Forest Park City Council, and is also a member of the Lake Forest Park Stewardship Foundation. He and his wife Sarah are long-time activists in the 46th District Democrats. Mark lives in the MacAleer creek watershed and is a volunteer water quality monitor on MacAleer and Lyon Creeks.
Marilyn is another long-time environmental activist. She and her horses live very close to Little Swamp Creek in Kenmore, in the Swamp Creek watershed and is a volunteer water quality monitor on Little Swamp and Swamp Creeks.
Bill has lived in Washington since 1978 and has been a professional civil engineer since 1984. He was Stormwater Lead Engineer for Parsons-Brinkerhoff in Seattle for 8 years before starting his own consulting firm, Lider Engineering, in 1978. Bill currently specializes in low impact designs for stormwater and erosion control design but also does utility designs for sanitary sewers and municipal water supply. Bill has provided expert testimony appealing inappropriate developer stormwater designs and has provided pro bono engineering services to a number of environmental organizations. Bill is in the Golde Creek and Swamp Creek watersheds.
David Bain is a professional Orca biologist, and is active with several local groups, including Friends of North Creek Forest, One Bothell, and Cascadia Environmental Science Center among others. David lives in the North Creek watershed and is a volunteer water quality monitor on the Sammamish River, North Creek and Parr Creek.
Chris also has a background in environmental science, as well as GIS and mapping. He currently manages data and maps for the Sno-King Water Watchers program and works as a GIS specialist for a local tribe. Chris lives in the Horse Creek watershed in Bothell and is a volunteer water quality monitor on Horse Creek.