Board of Directors
Julian Anderson – Co-President Julian Andersen has lived in Lake Forest Park since 1979, on a lower reach of Hillside Creek. He is a retired teacher and also a newspaper publisher. During a 30 year career at Shoreline Community College he taught classes in mathematics and computer science, was a charter member local chapter of the American Federation of Teachers, helped establish the first micro-computer lab, served as director of administrative computing, and jointly led many student excursions into the North Cascades. Since 1996 Julian has split his time between home and family in Lake Forest Park and stewardship of a community newspaper company in Minnesota. Julian served on the City’s Environmental Quality Commission for many years, including multiple terms as chairperson. He has participated in many work parties and is the proud possessor of a sturdy five-foot walking stick made from a Lake Forest Park English Ivy stem. Julian and his wife Jamie have two adult sons. Julian has long been an Advisory Board member, and has been serving on the Board since being appointed in March of this year.
Jean Reid – Co-president Jean is a practicing Family Physician who has lived in Lake Forest Park since 1994. She was raised in Baltimore, Maryland. After receiving her undergraduate degree from MIT, she lived and traveled in Scotland, New Zealand and California before attending Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago. Jean completed her residency training at the University of Washington. In her spare time Jean enjoys theater, the outdoors (restoring wetlands, of course) and is thrilled to have made her home in the beautiful Northwest.
Kim Josund – Secretary Kim moved to the Puget Sound for college from Eastern Washington, she attended the University of Washington where she earned a degree in zoology. Kim’s connection to nature began as a child camping and hiking with her family. She has worked in many areas of science, from genetics research to forest ecology, wildlife rehabilitation, environmental policy and lobbying. Past employers include the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife, the Wilderness Society and the Washington Environmental Council. Preserving and restoring the natural features of our small town on the edge of the big city is important to her. She recently completed a Certificate in Natural Science Illustration at the UW; she wrote the grant and helped paint the salmon mural in the entryway of Brookside Elementary.
Jeff Jensen – Treasurer Jeff grew up fishing and hiking in the Seattle area, and has always loved being around water. He graduated from the University of Washington in 1984 with degrees in Fisheries and Zoology and moved to the Boston area, where he earned a Ph.D. in evolutionary biology from Harvard University. He carefully chose his research projects such that they required spending summers back in the Pacific Northwest (mostly in the San Juan Islands), and he continued his summer research at Friday Harbor during the 13 years he was a faculty member in the Biology Department at the University of Maryland, College Park. With his heart still firmly in the Pacific Northwest, Jeff kept an eye on west coast job listings, and in 2012 he accepted a position at the newly formed School of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics at the University of Washington, Bothell campus. It’s a great fit for him, and he’s delighted to be able to see a salmon-bearing stream from his office window. Lake Forest Park was a natural choice as a place to live since he likes all three, and a satellite view on Google maps showed it to be by far the greenest neighborhood within bicycling distance of UWBothell and UWSeattle. He lives here with his wife Dana and two daughters. He is particularly interested in water-related issues.
Other Board Members:
Jim Halliday Jim has resided in Lake Forest Park since 1975. His involvement in the local community and region has focused on healthy stream habitat including:, Co-chair LFP Environmental Quality Commission (EQC), Co-chair LFP StreamKeepers, LFP Legacy Task Force member, member of PERK (People for an Environmentally Responsible Kenmore), LFP ICLEI Committee – carbon/energy reduction program, LFP Crime Watch program, and Sno-King Watershed Council member. Semi-retired, Jim serves as Communications Director for Ambient Insight, a research & analysis firm specializing in mobile technology. His company, Halliday Readability, reviews content for its understandability to target audiences. Jim had an interesting and varied career from Canadian uranium mines to the Seattle docks, and even starting up a gallery that showcased contemporary Native American artists. A “born” sales professional, he also worked as District Sales Manager for Frito Lay Inc. for the Seattle area and at Nordstrom. Jim has three sons: Jeff, James, and John. He and his wife, Tyson Greer, reside in Sheridan Beach.
Doug Hennick Doug’s first career was that of an oceanographer in the NOAA Corps. Following retirement from NOAA he became a stream ecologist for King County, and then a fish and wildlife biologist for the State of Washington. His graduate school work was in freshwater ecology, so he feels like a salmon that started in freshwater, then went to sea, and finally has returned to where he belongs, in the freshwater environment again. Doug is married and has lived in Lake Forest Park since 1999. Doug now volunteers as an Aquatic Ecologist in the Wild Fish Conservancy.
David Kleweno David’s first foray as an environmentalist was marching through his childhood neighborhood, brandishing signs that encouraged people not to litter. He fondly remembers sitting in his fourth grade classroom listening to his teacher speak about President Jimmy Carter’s commitment to take care of the environment. He remembers being inspired to think about the world around us as our home, as opposed to thinking that our home is only the house where we keep our stuff. As an adult with two children of his own, he still believes environmental stewardship is paramount to being a responsible citizen, and more importantly, a responsible dad. David is an Organizational Development practitioner who works in both corporate and non-profit organizations. His OD practice embraces the discipline of Systems Thinking which is an approach to revealing the underlying structures responsible for behavioral patterns and habits. David attributes his experience as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Africa as giving him a world view and appreciation for how we are all interconnected. He resides in Lake Forest Park with his wife and two sons. David is currently serving on the City of LFP Tree Board.
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