Board members for 2013-2014 are:
Mary McClure, President: Principal of McClure Consulting Company, bringing management and data collection/analysis expertise, Mary is also one of the founders of the Kingston Farmers' Market. Mary has been a Kingston resident since 1988.
Dave Wetter, Vice-President: Retired United Parcel Service Vice-President of Plant Engineering, Dave is Past President of Greater Kingston Kiwanis and active with the Kingston Stakeholders as well as Vice-President of the Downtown Kingston Association. He serves on a quality improvement committee for Kitsap County Department of Community Development and is thoroughly acquainted with local construction and permitting requirements as well as general construction engineering principles. In 2009 he oversaw the reclamation of the military housing site, and delivered on a commitment to spend less than $75,000 doing it, because he was able to coordinate the efforts of over 80 volunteers. Dave has been a Kingston resident since 2002.
Kendall Hanson, Treasurer: Ken has a long history of Kingston volunteerism, including Treasurer of Greater Kingston Kiwanis and the Kingston Citizens' Advisory Council. His affiliation with Kingston goes back to 1990.
Kay Peiguss, Secretary: An active volunteer for the Kingston Friends of the Library and the Kingston Chamber of Commerce, Kay is a retired English as a Second Language teacher who stays connected with the Kingston High School booster club. Kay brings a zeal for the library and the park that is a vital resource for the project. She has been a part of the Kingston community since 2004.
Clint Boxman: Associate Vice-President and Financial Advisor for Morgan Stanley in Kingston, Clint is Kingston-North Kitsap Rotary Past President and has served on the Kingston Citizens' Advisory Council, including as co-chair. He has lived in Kingston since 2003.
Jo Ann Cratty: 21-year King County Sheriff, and a resident of Kingston since 1994. Jo Ann is President of Kingston Super Seniors, and longstanding volunteer organizer of the Chuckwagon subsidized senior lunch program. Jo Ann was closely associated with the Kingston Community Center in the years that they managed the existing community center.
Don Hutchins: Don retired to Kingston in 2009 after two distinguished careers: First, in facilities engineering with the US Navy in the US as well as overseas, and then as a NATO employee responsible for directing a very large public project designing a new NATO headquarters building in Brussels, Belgium.
Nancy Martin: Trustee, Past President and Co-Founder of Martingale Company, a publishing company. Because of her 32-year association with Martingale, Nancy has extensive business experience that is invaluable to the Board and the project. Her involvement with the Kingston Chamber of Commerce and Kingston Stakeholders are a vital link to the other developments taking place in Kingston. She moved to Kingston in 2003.
Bobbie Moore: Bobbie served as Foundation Board President from 2004-2008, then as Executive Director, 2008-2010, and is one of 5 commissioners of the Village Green Metropolitan Park District. Bobbie is a non-voting member who provides liaison to the MPD. Bobbie is a Certified Management Accountant who used to work in corporate financial management and has advanced degrees in adult education and workplace training. She first moved to Kingston in 1989.
Dick Osborn: Dick was 2011-2012 President of Greater Kingston Kiwanis Club and is Professor Emeritus, Wayne State University, having been 25-year Professor of Management there.
Jon Sole: Former commercial construction contractor, and active in the Kingston-North Kitsap Rotary, Jon brings intimate knowledge of construction issues. Jon has lived in Kingston since 2002.
Tomi Whalen: Presently Branch Manager of both the Kingston and Little Boston branches of Kitsap Regional Library, Tomi brings experience in raising funds for the new library built at Little Boston as part of the Port Gamble S'Klallam House of Knowledge project. Tomi has lived in Kingston since childhood.
Executive Director Daniel Johnson was hired by the Board in March 2014 to help conclude the capital campaign. Daniel has worked for nonprofit organizations throughout his adult life, including 12 years as CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of King County. He brings to the Village Green Community Center project wide experience raising funds in support of serving vulnerable community members.