The Board of Regents consists of a maximum of 37 voting members:

  • The President of the university, ex-officio
  • Three Bishops of the synods of Region 1 of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
  • Eighteen from the membership of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (three are pastors)
  • Three Alumni
  • Twelve at-large regents

Officers

FirstLastPositionOccupationHometown
Michelle
Long, '85ChairGeneral Manager, Experimental Management and Real Estate Company, Chevron U.S.A.Novato, Calif.
MarkGould '91Vice ChairChief Payments Executive, Federal Reserve Financial ServicesSan Francisco, Calif.
MarkGriffith '02Vice ChairPastor, St. Luke's Lutheran Church, BellevueNorth Bend, Wash.
MarkMiller '88Vice ChairDirector, Information Technology, Port of TacomaEdgewood, Wash.
SusanCaulkins '82Vice Chair and SecretaryAttorney, Davies Pierson PCTacoma, Wash.
Patrick
GehringTreasurerAssociate Vice President for Finance
Bremerton, Wash.
AllanBeltonEx-OfficioPresident - Pacific Lutheran UniversityGig Harbor, Wash.

Members

FirstLastOccupationHometown
TroyAndradeAssistant Professor, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Richardson Law SchoolHonolulu, Hawaii
JoyceBarr '76, '08Retired Foreign Service Officer and Professor of Practice in Government & International Affairs, Virginia TechArlington, Vir.
AllanBeltonPresident, PLUGig Harbor, Wash.
ErikBenson '90General Partner, Voyager CapitalSeattle, Wash.
JonetteBlakney '85Pastor, Trinity Lutheran Church, ParklandGig Harbor, Wash.
ShelleyBryan-Wee '88Bishop, Northwest Washington SynodSeattle, Wash.
RebeccaBurad '74Partner, DZH Phillips LLP (retired)San Francisco, Calif.
SusanCaulkins '82Attorney, Davies Pearson PCTacoma, Wash.
BruceDeal '87Managing Principal, Analysis GroupMenlo Park, Calif.
Mark
Gould '91
First Vice President & CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of San FranciscoSan Francisco, Calif.
Jeffrey GreenePhysician and Colonel, United States Army, JBLMGig Harbor, Wash.
MarkGriffith '02Pastor, St. Luke's Lutheran Church, BellevueNorth Bend, Wash.
EdwardGrogan '93Wealth Manager and President, Summit Financial GroupGig Harbor, Wash.
JayneeGrosethPresident Emerita, Montana State University Alumni AssociationBozeman, Mont.
DarrenHamby '87, '92Vice President of Total Rewards, BECUSeattle, Wash.
MattIseri '99President and CEO, TokuSaku ConsultingSeattle, Wash.
RichardJaechBishop, Southwestern Washington SynodTacoma, Wash.
ShelleyBryan-WeeBishop, Northwest SynodSeattle, Wash
ShelleyBryan-WeeBishop, Northwest SynodSeattle, Wash
SaraKass '88Family Physician and Healthcare ConsultantBethesda, Mary.
LaurieLarson-CaesarBishop, Oregon SynodPortland, Oreg.
KathiLittmannPresident & CEO, Greater Tacoma Community FoundationTacoma, Wash.
MichelleLong '85General Manager, Downstream Business Unit, Chevron Environmental Business Co.Novato, Calif.
OsamuMatsutaniPhysicianAnchorage, Alaska
JosephMayerReal Estate Developer, Jemstone LLC/Mayer Built HomesTacoma, Wash.
MarkMiller '88Vice President, Information Technology, WeyerhaeuserEdgewood, Wash.
ArneNess '72DentistSammamish, Wash.
Thomas Saathoff '87Vice President, Strategy and Portfolio Management, Hewlett-PackardRidgefield, Wash.
LaurieSoine '88Nurse Practitioner, Cardiology and Director, Advance Practice Nursing/Chief ARNP, University of Washington Medical CenterSeattle, Wash.
ScottSquires '88Owner/Broker, Squires Development & Real Estate, Inc.Newbury Park, Calif.
LindaStrand '67Retired Registered NurseMercer Island, Wash.
StacyWilson '03Vice President, Wilson ConstructionBend, Oreg.