Updated: June 13, 2024

Washington State Bar Foundation Board of Trustees



Tracy S. Flood | President

Judge Tracy FloodTracy is from the Windy City and came to Washington while serving in the U.S. Navy. She graduated from the University of Washington with two BA degrees. After working for the State of Washington, she attended Seattle University School of Law, graduating in 1999. Tracy served as President-Elect of the Kitsap County YWCA, President of the Kitsap County Chapter of Washington Women Lawyers, President of the Pierce County Minority Bar Association and Chair of its Civil Rights Committee. Tracy is a graduate of the Washington State Bar Association's Leadership Institute Inaugural class. As a solo practitioner for seven years, Tracy practiced in Kitsap, Mason and Pierce Counties in criminal and family law. Tracy worked for the Office of Administrative Hearings in Olympia as Pro Tem Judge and for Kitsap County as a Pro Tem Judge in District Court. Tracy currently works as an attorney and is President of the NAACP Unit 1134 Bremerton. Tracy served three years on the Washington State Bar Association's Board of Governors. She has received recognition as a Rising Star, Madison's Who's Who and Seattle University School of Law Black Law Students Award, Washington Women Lawyers 2013 President's Award and the Loren Miller Bar Association's Social Justice Award. In November of 2021, Tracy was the first Black woman to be elected in Kitsap County and as the City of Bremerton Municipal Court Judge.

Rajeev D. Majumdar | Vice President

Rajeev MajumdarRajeev Majumdar is a former President of the WSBA and the Managing Partner at Whatcom Law Group, PS. He serves as the Chief Appellate Court Judge for the Nooksack Tribe and as the Hearing Examiner for Island and Whatcom Counties, as well as other jurisdictions. He also maintains a private practice where he focuses on transactional work, business formations, and serving as general counsel for businesses. He also serves as the Prosecutor for the City of Blaine and as the Special Prosecutor for the City of Bellingham's Mental Health Diversion Court. He speaks regularly on issues of diversity and civil legal aid in the legal profession, and the WSBA awarded him a Local Hero Award for his work serving the indigent. He serves on the WSBA's Long Range Planning Committee, and as a Delegate to the ABA House of Delegates. Rajeev also serves on the Boards of the Endowment for Equal Justice, the Mount Baker Foundation, and the Washington Leadership Institute. When not working, or troublemaking, he loves spending time in the great outdoors with his wife and his daughters. 

Brian Anderson | Treasurer

Brian AndersonBrian Anderson was appointed as Treasurer in 2023. Brian is a partner at Anderson Law, a Tri-Cities personal injury law firm. Prior to entering the legal profession, he worked as an accountant for a large oil company and brings those talents to bear in his current position. As a graduate of both the University of Houston Law Center and Brigham Young University, as well as being a third-generation Eastern Washingtonian, Brian knows the ins and outs of being a devoted Cougar fan. Brian enjoys increasing support for local non-profit organizations of all kinds, from the Benton Franklin Legal Aid Society to the Union Gospel Mission, and hopes to do the same for the Moderate Means Program. In his spare time, you might find Brian climbing tall mountains, racing in Ironman triathlons, or encouraging one of his five children to do the same. 

Terra Nevitt | Secretary

Terra NevittTerra Nevitt is the Executive Director of the Washington State Bar Association and has served in that role since April 2019. She joined the Bar in 2014 to work with the Washington State Access to Justice Board and to provide leadership in coordinating the state's network of civil legal aid providers to address the persistent access to justice gap for low-income Washingtonians. During her time in that role, she worked with 19 independent legal aid organizations to facilitate the development of a strategic plan for the coordinated delivery of civil legal aid in Washington State. Terra also served as the Director of Advancement and Chief Development Officer before stepping into the role of Executive Director. Prior to joining WSBA, Terra was the Executive Director of LAW Advocates, a civil legal aid organization in Bellingham, worked with ECPAT International in Bangkok, Thailand, and worked as an immigration attorney and program director for Catholic Community Services in Western Washington. Terra has served on several boards focused on issues of diversity, leadership development, and access to justice and is currently serving on the Washington State Bar Licensure Task Force. She is a graduate of the University of Washington and the George Washington University School of Law.

Daniel D. Clark | WSBA Immediate Past President

Dan ClarkDan Clark was first elected by the Board of Governors as president-elect in 2021 and served on the Board of Governors as the District 4 Governor from July 2021 to September 2022. He was elected as WSBA treasurer in 2019, and reelected as WSBA treasurer in July 2020, becoming the first member to serve as treasurer for two terms and two consecutive terms. Clark is a senior deputy prosecuting attorney with the Yakima County Prosecuting Attorney's Office, Corporate Counsel Division. His legal practice includes providing legal representation to Yakima County department heads and elected officials in civil, financial, forfeiture, and taxation litigation matters. He is the legal counsel for the Southeast Washington Aging and Long-Term Care Council of Governments, an entity that provides important services for vulnerable clients. Born and raised in Yakima, Clark received his B.A. in political science, magma cum laude, from Central Washington University and his J.D., cum laude, from Gonzaga University School of Law.

Sunitha Anjilvel

Sunitha AnjilvelSunitha Anjilvel was reelected to the Board of Governors in 2021. She has practiced family law and estate planning in the Pacific Northwest since 2008. Since her first admission to practice law in 1990, Anjilvel has practiced in a variety of courts in Canada, California, and Washington in family law, criminal law, and civil litigation. In 2005, she served as director of a bipartisan campaign to support a redistricting reform initiative on California’s statewide ballot. She is committed to social justice and currently is a member of the WSBA Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Council and a director on the Board of Domestic Relations Attorneys of Washington (DRAW). Anjilvel has also volunteered for the Kinship Care Project and the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project. She has a B.A. from McGill University and a J.D. from Dalhousie Law School. She is licensed to practice law in Washington and California.

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Kristina Larry

Kristina LarryKristina Larry is on the WSBA Board of Governors representing the 8th District. She is a true solo with her firm Sassy Litigations where she practices trademark, small business, cybersecurity, and data privacy law. She also created the legal sub brands The Prenup Princess and The Seattle Wedding Lawyer. In addition to running her firm, Larry is a staff attorney and lecturer at the University of Washington School of Law. For 10 years she was a volunteer with the King County Bar Association's Housing Justice Project. From 2015 to 2019, she served as a trustee of the Washington State Bar Foundation and from 2019 to 2021, she served as president. She also served on the executive committee of the WSBA Solo and Small Practice Section for eight years and was a member of the Practice of Law Board. In 2018 she was named as one of the 40 Under 40 by South Sound Business magazine. Kristina completed her undergraduate work at the University of Wyoming and earned her J.D. at the HBCU Thurgood Marshall School of Law at Texas Southern University. Additionally, Larry has earned certificates in the area of cybersecurity, data privacy, and blockchain technology.

Susan Machler

Susan Machler practices in Seattle, Washington. In addition to the WSBF Board of Trustees, Susan has served on the Board of Governors for WSBA and the Washington State Association for Justice. She is a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates, an invitation-only group of plaintiff and defense trial attorneys. Susan also serves as a settlement guardian ad litem for minor settlements and as a court visitor in adult guardianships. She was born in Lewiston, Montana, and grew up on a ranch. She attended Glengarry School, the same school that her dad and grandmother attended. Her great-grandfather, Frank Yaeger, was listed in Progressive Men of the State of Montana (1903). Susan graduated from the University of Idaho and the Unikversity of Puget Sound School of Law. She is certified by the University of Vermont as an End-of-Life Doula and will earn a professional certificate in trauma and pastoral care from the San Francisco Theological Seminary (University of Redlands). Susan is an award-winning artist and wrties about the law and other things for her blog on Substack.

Maya Manus

Maya Manus Maya Manus is a staff attorney at the Benefits Law Center, a civil legal aid organization that provides Social Security advocacy for people with disabilities who are homeless or low-income. Maya has been a Trustee since she was a law student at the Seattle University. She credits the time on the board and learning about the Powerful Communities grant as to why she sought a job in civil legal aid in the first place. Outside of being an attorney, you can find Maya either on a hike, at a concert, or enjoying our beloved Seattle sports teams.

Judge Gloria Ochoa-Bruck

Judge Gloria Ochoa-Bruck Judge Ochoa-Bruck was elected to serve as Municipal Court Judge Position 3 for the City of Spokane November 2021. She is the first Latina to be elected to the bench in Spokane County. Prior to her election, she served the Kalispel Tribe as Associate Judge for Kalispel Trial Court. She previously served the Spokane Tribe as Chief Judge for Spokane Tribal Court. Gloria previously served on the City of Spokane Mayor's cabinet 2013-2019. The focus of her work was on regional criminal justice reform initiatives and serving as community liaison. She has served as an Adjunct Professor at Gonzaga University School of Law and Whitworth University. Gloria was appointed to serve as a Commissioner for the Commission on Hispanic 2012-2016 and served as Chair. Gloria is a graduate of the Washington Leadership Institute, Leadership Tri-Cities Class XII, Leadership Spokane 2012, and the 2014 JustLead Leadership Academy. She served three terms as Board Member of the Washington State Bar Association Client Protection Board, Co-Vice President of Eastern Washington for the Latina/o Bar Association of Washington, and Trustee for the Spokane County Bar Association. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for Providence health Systems Mission Board, Empire Health Foundation, and is a member of Rotary Club 21. Gloria is a Board Director for Numerica Credit Union, a not-for-profit whose mission is to enhance lives, fulfill dreams, and build communities. Gloria holds a Juris Doctor from the university of Idaho College of Law, a MBA from Washington State University, a Master of Arts in Criminal Justice and Criminology from Washington State University, and a bachelor's degree in business administration from Washington state University.

Kari Petrasek

Kari Petrasek Kari Petrasek was elected to the Board of Governors in 2022. She is a graduate of Seattle University School of Law. She is a solo attorney, having started her own firm, Petrasek Law, in Mukilteo in January 2015. In the 13 years prior to starting her own firm, she worked in several small firms in Everett. She is a civil litigator with significant experience in the areas of juvenile law, guardianships, estate planning, elder law, and family law. Petrasek is also a dedicated advocate for children, having served as a volunteer and attorney guardian ad litem for dependent children. She has been one of the Snohomish County CASA Program attorneys for over 15 years. In addition, Petrasek has served as a judge and commissioner pro tempore for Snohomish County Superior Court since 2010. She is the immediate past-chair of the WSBA Solo & Small Practice Section, the treasurer of Washington Women Lawyers, a past-president of the Snohomish County Bar Association, a member of Washington State CASA, a leader in the ABA GPSolo Division, and a coach for the Archbishop Murphy High School Mock Trial teams. In her free time, Petrasek enjoys skiing, golfing, football, and baseball.

Carolyn Powers

Carolyn Powers Carolyn Powers is a J.D. student at Gonzaga University School of Law anticipating graduation in May 2025. Prior to attending law school, Carolyn worked in business management, specializing in people operations and human resources. She holds SHRM-SCP credentials and has been a member of SHRM since 2018. Throughout her career in human resource management, Carolyn championed Diversity, Equity & Inclusion efforts and worked to connect small businesses with community partners to promote more diverse workplaces. Carolyn served as a business mentor for Project Search, an organization whose mission is preparing young people with significant disabilities for success in competitive integrated employment. Carolyn continued serving the local community as a student at Gonzaga Law as a volunteer case manager for the Moderate Means Program, which is supported and partially funded by the Washington State Bar Foundation.

Lucretia Robertson

Lucretia Robertson Lucretia Robertson serves as the Director of Human Resources and Diversity, Equity & Inclusion for Kitsap Regional Library. Previously she served as the Director of Operations for the YWCA Kitsap County. Lucretia is the principal and founder of Clarity Partnerships, a black-owned, women-led, micro-consultancy focused management, human resource, and organizational wellness and the founder of Women Who Rise, a nonprofit dedicated to elevating women-powered leadership. Lucretia serves on various committee and boards including Kitsap Community Resource and Leadership Kitsap. She also served as an Equity Advisory Committee Member for the Puget Sound Regional Council and briefly served on the board for the Music Discovery Center. Lucretia holds a Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership and Human Resource Management (Brandman University) and a Bachelor of Arts in American Studies and Nonprofit Management (University of Washington, Tacoma). She is also a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (HR Certification Institute) and a Senior Certified Professional (Society for Human Resource Management).

Isabel Vicuña

Isabel Vicuna Isabel Vicuña, originally from Peru, has called Seattle home since mid-2020. With over 15 years of experience in the commercial sector, she is a versatile professional fluent in multiple languages. Isabel holds a certification in Business Strategy and Decision Making from the University of Washington, reflecting her commitment to professional growth and excellence. Beyond her professional endeavors, Isabel is deeply engaged in community service, particularly within the Latino community. In 2023, she spearheaded the successful Viva Latinoamerica Fair in Lake Forest Park, a platform aimed at fostering connections between Latin entrepreneurs and the broader community. Additionally, Isable serves as a virtual English teacher as Casa Hogar San Bernadita in Lima, Peru, where she imparts valuable language skills to underprivileged girls. Her dedication to social causes extends further as she joins the Foundation Board to advocate for and support fundraising initiatives benefiting the projects it supports. Isabel's passion for making a meaningful impact in both local and global communities makes her an invaluable addition to the Board. 

Deborah Wechselblatt

Deborah Wechselblatt Deb Wechselblatt is a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney at the Clark County Prosecuting Attorney's Office in Vancouver, Washington. Prior to law school, Deb was a community planner at the City of Lake Oswego and an environmental advocate working for non-profits in Portland, Oregon. Deb was a 2019 Washington Leadership Institute Fellow and is committed to promoting diversity in the legal profession and access to justice through their volunteer activities. Deb also serves on the boards of the QLaw Association of Washington and the YWCA of Clark County. Outside the practice of law, Deb enjoys hiking, cycling, gardening, birding, and chasing their kids around.