Doug Orwiler

Director-Retail Operations at Seattle Seahawks

Doug Orwiler

Doug Orwiler

Director-Retail Operations at Seattle Seahawks

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President at Seattle Sounders Football Club

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President & Chief Executive Officer at United Way of King County

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Managing Director, Corporate Partnerships at Seattle Seahawks

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Co-Chair, Financial Transactions & Restructuring Practice at Perkins Coie LLP

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Founder at Car Toys, Inc.

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Executive Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer at Nordstrom, Inc.

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Chief Executive Officer & Director at PACCAR, Inc.

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Former President & Chief Executive Officer at Weyerhaeuser Company

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President & Chief Executive Officer at Puget Sound Energy, Inc.

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Former Partner at K&L Gates LLP

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Doug Orwiler
Director-Retail Operations at Seattle Seahawks
Career History
Director-Retail Operations
Current

Seattle Seahawks operates as a professional American football team. The team is part of the West Division of the National Football Conference (NFC) in the National Football League (NFL). The company handles football operations, brand development and advertising. The company was founded in September 1976 and is headquartered in Renton, WA.

Director of Retail Operations
Prior - 2015
Boards & Committees
Member, Board of Directors
Current

The United Way of King County supports human services that keep the community together such as after-school activities, domestic violence prevention, senior services, disaster preparation and job training programs. The firm does this by partnering with nonprofits, mobilizing volunteers, promoting workplace giving, and ad vocation of public policy solutions. The company was incorporated in 1952 and is headquartered in Seattle, WA.

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2007

The Alliance for Education is on a mission to ensure every child in Seattle Public Schools is prepared for success in college, career and life. Since inception in 1995, the Alliance has worked to cultivate the practice of charitable giving to education causes in Seattle and to build public support for education as a matter of social justice and economic prosperity. We are the District’s “critical friend,” pushing and challenging Seattle Public Schools to be the best it can be. In pursuit of our mission, we focus on three domains: Fundraising: The Alliance raises money to support public education in Seattle. Since 1995, the Alliance has raised a total of $126 million in cash contributions and $5 million of in-kind contributions for a total of $131 million from thousands of generous individuals, local employers and institutions in Seattle in support of our public schools. We direct these funds into scalable, sustainable investments that benefit students in every corner of our city. Visit our Investments page to learn more. Advocacy: The Alliance advocates for sound education policies that accelerate student achievement and support high quality teachers and leaders within the system. We focus primarily at the local level but engage in state policy discussions as necessary. Some of the most recent projects the Alliance has been involved in are 2010-2013 CBA, Our Schools Coalition, and our Public Policy Issues. To learn more about our advocacy projects, visit our Advocacy page. Community Engagement: The Alliance has a strong heritage as a convener of community leadership. We are committed to nurturing inclusive, actionable civic engagement that brings together parents, educators, business leaders, researchers, policy makers, direct service providers and other stakeholders around education issues. To learn more about our convening groups, visit Philanthropic Partnership for Public Education (PPPE), Our Schools Coalition (OSC), and Seattle College Access Network (SCAN).

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