Board of Directors

Andrew Marsters, President

    • M.S. in Construction Management from the University of Washington. A former project engineer with Sabey Corporation and B.N.Builders, Andrew now works on the development end for Hadley Properties; he has been part of Sawhorse Revolution as a  co-founder, builder, and volunteer since day one.


Jescelle Major, Vice President

    • Holding degrees in Sustainability and the Built Environment from the University of Florida and Landscape Architecture from Louisiana State University, Jescelle is now Change Management Specialist at Gensler.


Crystal Day, Secretary

    • Architect at Miller Hull, Vice President of the National Organization on Minority Architects NW Chapter, and Member of the AIA Seattle Diversity Roundtable, Crystal brings social justice, design, and marketing expertise to the Board.


Amanda Auger, Treasurer

    • Growing up building, Amanda brings a passion for craft with a deep knowledge of nonprofit operational and financial management to the Board.


Walt Busch

    • Principal engineer at long-term Sawhorse supporter Coughlin Porter Lundeen, Walt brings a key eye for business, community, and a commitment to youth learning trades to Sawhorse.


Lauren Conner

    • Lauren is a Public Defender with King County, and brings extensive experience in community organizing for racial equity and justice to the team.


Plamena Milusheva

    • Holding degrees in Architecture and Design, and with experience in innovating research and teaching with innovative materials, Plamena is also a long-term design mentor with Sawhorse.


Helen Ngo

    • Sawhorse alumnus and data scientist extraordinaire, Helen brings her experience in nonprofit fundraising and data evaluation to the Board of Directors, after attending Sawhorse Summer Camp in 2013 and volunteering for years afterwards.


Bob Perkins

    • Former Executive Director of Youth in Focus and Center for Wooden Boats. Bob has more than 15 years in nonprofit organization and management. A former Boatwright and commercial boat repairman, Bob is currently a carpenter and one of our longest-serving Board Members.