Maile Lono-Batura has served as Executive Director of Northwest Biosolids for the past 21 years, dedicating her career to unearthing sustainable solutions through our collaborative biosolids network. As a collective network, we have leveraged nearly $4,000,000 in biosolids research funding since incorporating in 1993. Maile earned her Bachelor's in Community & Environmental Planning and Environmental Studies Minor from the University of Washington. She received her Masters in Non-profit Leadership from Seattle University. Maile lives in the shadow of the Cascade foothills (where some of the early biosolids forestry applications were done) with her husband and two children.
Liz Truong is an experienced Operations Director with over twelve years of work specifically in executive leadership and organization management for non-profit organizations and associations. She has received the distinction as a “Certified Fundraising Executive” and will be sitting for her Certified Association Executive distinction this winter. Liz received two bachelors degrees from the University of Washington in business and psychology. She currently resides in Gig Harbor with her husband and two children.