Our people Make It Meaningful.

DBE Owners

Colleen Gants

Co-President | National Transportation Sector Lead

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Keri Shoemaker

Co-President | East Coast Environmental Sector Lead

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Diana Steeble

Managing Principal | National Healthcare Sector Lead

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Malika Klingler

Managing Principal

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Leadership Team

Amy Danberg
Amy Danberg

Senior Director of Strategic Communications

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Diana Steeble
Diana Steeble

Managing Principal | National Healthcare Sector Lead

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Greg Eppich
Greg Eppich

Senior Director of Creative & Marketing

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Lynnette Bradbury
Lynnette Bradbury

Chief Financial Officer

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Lynsey Burgess
Lynsey Burgess

Director, Environmental Sector Lead-West

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Malika Klingler
Malika Klingler

Managing Principal

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Tillie Wakefield
Tillie Wakefield

Human Resources Manager

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Traceé Strum-Gilliam, AICP
Traceé Strum-Gilliam, AICP

Senior Director of East Coast Business Development | Transportation Sector Lead

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Alex Sobie
Alex Sobie

Design Director

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Brett Houghton
Brett Houghton

Director of Facilitation

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Bruce Brown, Ph.D.
Bruce Brown, Ph.D.

Senior Director of Research

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Chris Hernandez
Chris Hernandez

Creative Director, Multimedia

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Colleen Gants
Colleen Gants

Co-President | National Transportation Sector Lead

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Jennifer Rash
Jennifer Rash

Director, Transportation West

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Kate Gunby, Ph.D
Kate Gunby, Ph.D

Director of Research

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Katherine Diers
Katherine Diers

Senior Associate Director

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Kaytee Rowatt
Kaytee Rowatt

Accounting Manager

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Keri Shoemaker
Keri Shoemaker

Co-President | East Coast Environmental Sector Lead

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Kristen Bishop
Kristen Bishop

Director, PRR Portland

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Laura LaBissoniere Miller
Laura LaBissoniere Miller

Director

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Lauren  Foster
Lauren Foster

Senior Consultant, Internal Communications Manager

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Leigh-Ann Eng
Leigh-Ann Eng

Media Director

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May Sanders
May Sanders

Administrative Manager

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Miles Pomeroy
Miles Pomeroy

Director of IT

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Mindy Fitzgerald
Mindy Fitzgerald

Associate Director

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Equity Team

Ayako Shapiro

Community Engagement Specialist

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Brit Anderson

Human Resources Associate

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Chris Hernandez

Creative Director, Multimedia

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Kaytee Rowatt

Accounting Manager

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Michelle Auster

Community Engagement Specialist

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Nelson Chen

Community Engagement Coordinator

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I make moving pictures, with a focus on finding the perfect balance of style, tone, story, messaging, and goals. From ideation to delivery, I get to collaborate across practices to create the multimedia representation of a project, and I love every second of it. Before PRR, I worked on various TV shows in Los Angeles and in the marketing space all over the west coast. There is no red carpet at PRR, but getting to work on community-based work is much cooler. Outside of client work, I've taught video editing as part of an after-school arts program for elementary students in South Seattle and offered pro-bono work with small businesses in my neighborhood. In my free I watch a lot of TV, I even have a tattoo of a television set on my arm...
Chris Hernandez
Creative Director, Multimedia
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Creative Studio
My role at PRR is to bring the look and feel of our proposals to the next level and to make them stand out. I take technical and information-heavy documents and make them well-organized and pleasant to look through. I love that PRR is a company dedicated to the health and well-being of its employees and the community at large and that there’s a heavy focus on DEI. A lot of my free time is spent with my family and within our little community. Our kids play together and they’ve grown up together, with the parents helping each other out and being supportive. I also love creating artwork inspired by nature and pushing the limits of crafting material to see what it can do.
Christen Tibbits
Business Development Graphic Designer
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Creative Studio
Operations
Christiana Oppong-Boateng
Marketing Coordinator
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Social Marketing
Colin McCann
Senior Communications Associate
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Community Engagement
My mission is to ensure PRR is at the forefront of the latest transportation issues, developing smart policies, engaging the community, and communicating the benefits and challenges. I love engaging with industry professionals to solve problems, develop new programs, and share stories. I focus most of my volunteer time growing young women into confident, happy, professionals, and working mothers through PRR and community organizations. When I'm not with my PRR family, I'm taking in a sunny Northwest day with my husband, and watching our (four) kids play tennis, softball, or baseball.
Colleen Gants
Co-President | National Transportation Sector Lead
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Community Engagement
Facilitation
I help clients inclusively reach and gather input from the communities they serve. Like PRR, I believe that an informed community is a healthy and thriving community and am thrilled to work at a place where I can use my skills to further healthy communities with our partners. Outside of my PRR role, I volunteer for the Red Cross and am involved in bilingual leadership camps/workshops for middle and high school students across Washington. To keep my inner introvert at peace, I enjoy documentaries of all topics, tending to my windowsill garden, and spending time with my family.
Conny García Gaitán
Community Engagement Specialist
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Community Engagement
DEI
Language Services
I’m an undercover transportation nerd, spending most of my time in my position as the construction communications manager for WSDOT’s I-405/SR 167 Megaprogram and as a strategic advisor on many construction projects around the Puget Sound Region. My role allows me the opportunity to meet face to face with stakeholders, elected officials and community members to keep them informed and up to date about some of the region’s largest transportation infrastructure projects. I’m an eastside native and can be found on the ski slopes in the winter, wake surfing on Lake Washington in the summer and jumping out of airplanes as a tandem skydiving instructor year-round!
Craig Smiley
Senior Consultant
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Community Engagement
Cyril Bright
Project Accountant
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Operations
I use translation and transcreation processes to adapt messages into Spanish. By making information available to our Limited English Proficiency (LEP) populations in their native language, we are creating a more inclusive society. In this sense, being a language specialist at PRR allows me to fulfill my passion for serving my community. Some of my previous volunteer work includes participating in Casa Latina’s Day Worker Center (DWC) arranging work placement opportunities for Latina/o immigrants; doing design work for Community To Community, an immigrant rights organization; and interpreting at the annual Seattle/King County Free Clinic. In my free time, I like hiking, traveling and taking trips up to Bellingham to visit family. I also like exploring new restaurants here in town and leaving—mainly good—reviews.
Daniel Ruiz
Senior Spanish Language Services Specialist & Community Engagement Specialist
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Community Engagement
DEI
Language Services
I support the procurement process for PRR prime and sub opportunities across all sectors and practice areas. Along with the rest of the Business Development team, I collaborate with our market development and client services teams to create quality proposals that communicate the brilliance of PRR and our staff. Working at PRR is inspiring because of how much our employees genuinely care about our clients and the work we deliver. In my free time, I enjoy perfecting my wing recipe, listening to music, rooting for the Seahawks, and spending time at the beach.
David Moore
Senior Business Development Marketing Coordinator
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Operations
I work by the motto: do it all to learn it all. This makes me a jack-of-all-trades in practice, though the best part of my job is coming up with creative new ways to engage the public. My role is enhanced through collaboration with my PRR colleagues, who inspire me to be more creative and think further outside the box. Outside the office, I love to hang out with my adopted Husky puppy, Swayze, or get my sweat on at a yoga or crossfit class.
Diana Barreto
Associate III
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Community Engagement
Language Services
My first love in communications was food and nutrition work. Through my work at PRR, I broadened that focus to healthcare and other strategic communications work that can contribute to more equitable communities. Today, I also guide our client services, creative studio, and market development teams to make it meaningful in everything they do. I am very honored to have a place on PRWeek’s national “40 Under 40″ list (not saying which year!). I am also Past President of the Atlantic Street Center’s Board of Directors and proud former foster parent for cats at PAWS (I only kept two – Guillermo and Barack – as well as a pup named Quincy!).
Diana Steeble
Managing Principal | National Healthcare Sector Lead
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An anti-racist PRR dismantles systems of advantage based on race when and wherever possible. We engage staff of all racial identities in dismantling white supremacy culture at work. This  includes personal ideologies, beliefs, and behaviors. And, it includes removing white supremacy culture from the systems, cultural messages, institutional policies, procedures, and practices that PRR and our staff interact with and inform. We believe it is not enough to be “not racist.” We must be “anti-racist.”