Puget Sound Funding BoardPuget Sound Stewardship & Mitigation Fund
(from left to right) Phil Wong, Lee Moyer, Scott Miller
Scott Miller is the President of Resource Media, a non-profit communications firm specializing in environmental issues. He also served for many years as the Environmental Sustainability Program Manager for the Gig Harbor-based Russell Family Foundation. Before joining the non-profit community, Scott had a successful 23 year career at KING TV as an Environmental Journalist and Reporter. Outside of work, Scott enjoys kayaking, hiking, golf and collecting music. Scott lives with his wife Cathy and son Colby in Seattle.
Lee Moyer was a founding board member of the Puget Soundkeeper Alliance and served on the PSA board for 27 years. He also served on the Seattle Shoreline Parks Improvement Fund Committee, helping to oversee the allocation of METRO mitigation money to shoreline projects of all sizes, and is the former president of the Washington State Parks Boating Safety Committee.
Lee is a lifelong resident of the Puget Sound region, and the retired owner of a kayak manufacturing and sales firm in the Seattle-Tacoma area. He is the author of Sea Kayak Navigation Simplified, a practical hands-on guide for the coastal kayaker.
Phil Wong recently retired from the Environmental Protection Agency, Region 10, Seattle, Washington after more than thirty-one years of service. For the majority of his career he was responsible for enforcing environmental regulations established by the Toxics Release Inventory and Clean Water Act. Phil is also noted for his involvement with the initial investigation and cleanup of Gas Works Park in Seattle. As a remedial project manager in EPA's Superfund Program, Phil received a national award for implementing a remedial action in Tacoma's Commencement Bay Superfund Site.
Since retirement, Phil is often seen chasing rainbows with a fly rod on local lakes, streams and beaches. He is a volunteer with the Puget Soundkeeper Alliance Legal Committee and a volunteer sailing instructor with the Center for Wooden Boats in Seattle.