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Diana Gale, MUP, Ph.D.

Diana Gale is currently a Governor’s appointee to the Leadership Council of Public Sound Partnership, which is tasked with ecological recovery of Puget Sound by 2020. Previously she was Chair of the Public Works Trust Fund and served on the Washington State Public Works Board, which biennially gives local governments more that $300 million in loans for infrastructure upgrades and repair. She is also a Senior Lecturer Emeritus at the University of Washington, Evans School of Public Affairs. Ms. Gale retired in 2002 as the Director of Seattle Public Utilities after 25 years of working for the City of Seattle in various departments.

Ms. Gale has a BA from Wellesley College and Master’s and Doctoral Degrees in Urban Planning from the University of Washington.

Ms. Gale joined the Arcora Foundation Board in 2010.