In the Beginning... 2011
Kulshan Services was born from a desire to create lasting solutions to community and environmental challenges. After working 26 years on complex land and water issues at the state and national level, David Roberts founded the consultancy in Bellingham, WA in 2011. He brought with him his expertise, relationships, and leadership abilities to create meaningful work that serves his life, his community, and the planet.
We welcomed Project Planner, Todd Eastman, and Outreach and Marketing Coordinator, Allison Roberts, to our team.
In April, we welcomed Terry Carten, as Operations Lead.
In July, we moved into our first business office on Cornwall Avenue.
We welcomed Nathan Rice and Reid Armstrong as well as our first Office Manager, Sarah Lane, to our team.
In September, we moved into our new office space on Girard Street.
We worked on 20 different projects this year.
We welcomed Maritime Property Specialist, JoAnn Gustafson, and Environmental Analyst, Katie-Moore Drougas, to our team.
We worked on 33 different projects this year. We said goodbye to Terry Carten and Dan Cutugno. We worked on 36 different projects this year.
We welcomed to our team Business Sustainability Specialist, Ryan Roberts, Renee Relin as Office Manager/Bookkeeper, and Liz Stockton as Sustainable Agriculture and Compliance Specialist. Sarah Lane moved to eastern Washington and Todd Eastman moved to the eastern United States.
Koma Kulshan is the
Native American name for Mt. Baker and means
"great white watcher"