Danielle Courcelles – Canada Secretary

Through my work for the Province of BC as a freshwater biologist, I have experienced first hand, the beauty and ‘pristineness’ of the Upper Skagit River and am stunned by the health of the river.

When asked to support the Commission in 2020, I was happy to accept and now help their work to protect and preserve the Upper Skagit Watershed. When not doing so, I continue to spend my time hiking up and down steep streams searching for Coastal Tailed Frogs, mucking around in wetlands looking for Oregon Spotted Frogs, and floating down rivers counting steelhead trout!

SEEC - Canada

Danielle Courcelles: Canada Secretary
Skagit Environmental Endowment Commission
1610 Mount Seymour Road
North Vancouver, BC
V7G 2R9

Email:  seec-can@skagiteec.org


Kate Engel – USA Secretary

Kate Engel is the Science Policy Manager at Seattle City Light. Besides providing management and leadership direction for the Science Policy Unit and department wide programs, including Climate Research and Adaptation, Greenhouse Gas Mitigation, as well as Endangered Species Act (ESA) Protection and Mitigation Programs, Kate is responsible for the generation of significant revenue for the ESA program by successfully securing grants and matching funds. Kate assumed USA Secretary responsibilities with SEEC in the spring of 2018.

SEEC - USA

Kate Engel, USA Secretary
Skagit Environmental Endowment Commission
c/o Seattle City Light 700 Fifth Ave,, Suite 3300
PO Box 34023, Seattle, WA
98124-4023

Email:  seec-usa@skagiteec.org
Phone: (206) 733-9168