Troy McClelland, a licensed professional engineer in the state of Washington, was elected to serve a six-year term as the District 1 Port of Everett Commissioner in 2009. McClelland is a native of Yakima, Washington and moved to Everett in 1992. He has broad business experience and demonstrated success ranges from leadership of small and large programs with both start-ups and Danaher, a fortune 500 Company.
Most recently, before joining Economic Alliance as the Chief Executive Officer in 2011, he served as the Director of Corporate Procurement at the Fluke Corporation where he worked from 2002 to early 2011. Additional business experience includes management of global business lines, marketing, service operations and procurement.
Troy has an extensive military background. Navy roles have included facilities maintenance and contracting, management of new construction, Aide to the Navy’s Chief Engineer charged with management of the Navy’s global infrastructure, Commanding Officer for U.S. Navy Seabee Units including a Naval Construction Regiment and a Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit, and as the Director of Engineering for the Joint Special Operations Task Force Philippines where he directed a capital management program focused on humanitarian assistance infrastructure for the southern Philippines local populace.
He is currently the secretary of the Washington Public Ports Association, and has held other executive committee leadership roles within the organization. As Port Commissioner, McClelland has been active in the Washington Aerospace Partnership and the Puget Sound Regional Council as well as being the Vice President of the Boys & Girls Club of Snohomish County Board of Directors and a member of Snohomish County Health Leadership Coalition’s Steering Committee. Troy serves as on Washington State University’s Advisory Council for the University Center of North Puget Sound and as a board member for Leadership Snohomish County.
Troy graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy with a Bachelor of Science in Ocean Engineering and received a Master of Science in Engineering (Civil) from the University of Washington School of Engineering as well as a Master of Business Administration from the Foster School of Business, University of Washington.
He and his wife Nicole, a lifelong resident of Everett, have a young child and reside in Everett.
COMMISSIONER TOM STIGER District 2
Tom Stiger was elected to the Port Commission in November 2011, and took office on January 1, 2012 for a six-year term. Commissioner Stiger represents Port of Everett District 2.
Stiger, 75, was born and raised in Everett and graduated from Everett High School. He attended Western Washington University where he received his B.A., Central Washington University where he received his M.A., and he is a PhD Candidate at Ohio State University.
Work experience encompasses a 27-year career at the Everett School District where he was a teacher and administrator, including holding the office of principal at both Everett and Cascade High Schools. Additionally, he was an Adjunct Instructor at both the University of Washington and Ohio State University. Tom Stiger also owns and operates local family businesses – Abbey Carpet & Floor / Bayside Supply in Everett and Major Brands Floor Supply in Seattle.
Tom Stiger is a U. S. Army Veteran where he served in Civil Affairs and Military Government Units. He also has service with the Corps of Engineers.
Having served as a Port of Everett Commissioner from 1964 through 1972, Tom Stiger brings to the Port a range of maritime experience including, but not limited to, the shipping and commercial fishing industries. Waterfront experience includes working his way through college while longshoring in Everett and Bellingham, and working for Everett Stevedoring (SSA). He was also a correspondent for “Marine Digest” – a Puget Sound Maritime publication. Tom and his family are avid sail and power boaters. Tom Stiger has served on numerous boards for small business, economic development and youth organizations. In addition, he is a Trustee for the Washington Public Ports Association (WPPA) and serves on marina, trade and economic development committees. Tom is also a member of the American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA).
COMMISSIONER GLEN BACHMAN District 3
Commissioner Bachman draws on more than 30 years of real estate experience, 24 of which have been with Kemper Development, as Vice President of Operations & Administration for Bellevue Square, Lincoln Square and Bellevue Properties. His responsibilities included lease administration to the two hundred plus tenants at the shopping center as well as Lincoln Square, and several properties on satellite locations. He is currently President, Asia Pacific with Path America, an Everett based developer. Commissioner Bachman has a Bachelor’s in marketing from Eastern Washington University, with continued studies in asset management. He has been a member of International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) for 24 years, and was the ICSC Western States Director for Government Affairs and a board member of the Washington State Retail Association.