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Board Member at Large
Chris Rogers is CEO and a founding partner of Point32, a Seattle-based real estate development company that is working to transform Seattle’s built environment through strong partnerships, quality design and construction, and a commitment to environmental performance. Recently completed projects include the award-winning Art Stable, the Bullitt Center, McGilvra Place Park, and the Bethaday Community Learning Space for the Technology Access Foundation. Chris was formerly the Director of Capital Projects and Government Affairs at the Seattle Art Museum, where he oversaw the development of the Olympic Sculpture Park. Previously, he created and protected urban parks and landscapes from Alaska to Puerto Rico for the Trust for Public Land, including the creation of a 14-mile stream valley park through the City of Baltimore.
Chris has served on numerous non-profit boards, and is currently a member of the Seattle Parks Foundation’s Advisory Council and Arcade, the Pacific Northwest design journal. In 2010, he received an Honor Award from the Seattle AIA, and in 2007 was named Seattle Magazine’s "Person of the Year." A Seattle native, Chris has an undergraduate degree in art history from Bowdoin College and a master's in forestry from Yale University.