The Mountaineers Annual Breakfast - Sept 20

Your Mission: Protect the Outdoor Experience. But first, breakfast.
The Mountaineers The Mountaineers
July 31, 2017
The Mountaineers Annual Breakfast - Sept 20

Join us at The Westin Seattle for our second annual Mountaineers Breakfast to advance efforts to protect the outdoors experience by inspiring conservation through outdoor adventure.


Public lands are the places we climb, hike, paddle, and wander. Where we go to test ourselves, lose ourselves and, when we’re lucky, find ourselves.

Help us expand youth conservation and leadership advocacy development programs – along with our world-famous books - to inspire future generations to get outside, connect with the natural world and to engage in its stewardship and protection.


Wednesday, September 20, 2017 | 7:00am-9am


The Westin, 1900 5th Avenue, Seattle WA 98101


Rose Marcario, President and CEO of Patagonia Works and Patagonia Inc. companies owned by iconoclastic Founder Yvon Chouinard. She is credited with quadrupling the company’s profits and revenues during her tenure as COO and CEO since 2008, and taking Chouinard’s “radical revolution to scale.” Rose was honored by President Barack Obama as a Champion of Change, profiled in Fortune Magazines Most Powerful Women in Business 2015, and Fast Company named her one of the most creative and innovative CEO’s of 2016.

Kevin Ranker, Since taking office in 2008, Ranker has bridged passion and policy when it comes to the outdoors. He was instrumental in bringing our state its first policy advisor on outdoor recreation, implementing No Child Left Inside legislation, and establishing San Juan Islands National Monument. He has served in Majority Leadership and as Chair of the Natural Resources Committee and the Environment Committee. Recently, Kevin was elected by his colleagues to serve as the lead Democrat on the Ways and Means Committee responsible for the $42 billion state operation budget. In 2010 Senator Ranker received a White House appointment as an Advisor to the President’s National Ocean Council serving as Co-Chair of that body in the final year of the Administration.


Add a comment

Log in to add comments.