Mark Isaacson will become the Wastewater Treatment Division (WTD) director beginning October 10. Mark has been the director of the Water and Lands Resources Division (WLRD) for the past 11 years, leading a large number of environmental programs and seeing the division through tough economic times and on to a period of growth.
Mark has established a very stable division with multiple revenue streams. Prior to leading WLRD, Mark was the assistant division director and prior to that worked in the WTD for three years leading the implementation of the division’s productivity initiative.
Mark is well known throughout King County and our region for his work in the natural resources field. He has strong leadership skills that will be great match for WTD and its leadership team.
WLRD Assistant Division Director John Taylor has stepped in as the WLRD interim director beginning Sept. 26.
Mark has a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Washington and a Bachelor of Environmental Studies degree from the University of California at Santa Barbara. Congratulations to Mark!