Tom Bayley, along with his brothers Frank and Doug, incorporated the San Juan Preservation Trust in 1979, and Tom served for one year as the organization’s first Treasurer. Before assuming his current position as President of C.D. Stimson Company in Seattle, Tom was a copywriter for Bantam Books in New York and a landscape and garden designer. He currently serves on the boards of People for Puget Sound and the Pendleton and Elisabeth Miller Charitable Foundation, and served on the Meany/UW World Series board, the Puget Soundkeeper Alliance board and The Nature Conservancy’s Philanthropy Committee. A native of Seattle, Tom has a BA degree from the University of Washington and an MA degree from New York University. He maintains a home near Deer Harbor on Orcas Island and has spent summers on Orcas since his was born.