Troy McClelland was elected to serve as Port of Everett Commissioner representing District 1 of the Port District in 2009, and is currently the President of the Port Commission.
Troy McClelland, 44, is a native of Yakima, Washington and moved to Everett in 1992 as an Assistant Construction Officer during the development of Everett’s U.S. Navy Homeport where he successfully led negotiations, land redevelopment and construction management. A former active duty Naval Officer, Troy is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy with 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 is a licensed Professional Engineer (Civil) in the State of Washington, a member of the Engineering and Business National Honor Societies, former Chair of the University of Washington’s MBA Employee Advisory Board, and is a Captain in the U.S. Navy, Reserve Component.
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 Seebee 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.
After leaving active naval service, Troy began his business career with a software startup and later served as the Director of Corporate Procurement at the Fluke Corporation where he worked from 2002 to early 2011. Having been actively recruited in 2011 for the newly organized Economic Alliance Snohomish County, the region’s economic and business development authority, he currently serves as the President and Chief Executive Officer of the organization.
Troy and his wife Nicole, a life-long resident of Everett, have a young child and reside in Everett.
MICHAEL HOFFMANN: Elected to Serve January 1, 2007 to December 31, 2013
Mr. Hoffmann was elected to the Port Commission in November 2007, and took office in January 2008. Mr. Hoffmann owned his own company, Hoffmann Construction, for more than 20 years. Currently he runs Hoffmann Architectural Design. His priorities at the Port of Everett are ensuring sustainability, good environmental stewardship and practicing good economics.
Mr. Hoffmann was born and raised in Edmonds, Washington and studied at the Art Institute of Seattle in graphic arts and visual communications. He has two children, a thirteen-year-old daughter and an eleven-year-old son.
Tom Stiger: Elected to Serve January 1, 2011 to December 31, 2017
On December 27, 2011, Port Commissioner-elect Tom Stiger was sworn in for a six-year term representing the Port of Everett's District 2.
Stiger is a life-long resident of Everett and has maritime roots in the shipping and commercial fishing industries. Stiger, who served on the Port Commission from 1964-1972, ran on a platform of seaport investment and jobs.