Priya Jason and Aaron Cloutier Puracal and Tam
Priya Cloutier is the founder of Cloutier Global, an intellectual property law firm that supports start-ups and emerging companies. Prior to earning her law degree, Priya earned a bachelor’s degree in nuclear engineering and worked at Los Alamos National Engineering Laboratories, Idaho National Engineering Laboratories, and Hanford. Jason Puracal is the Director of Finance & Operations at East Shore Unitarian Church, Co-Founder & CEO of his CleanTech start-up company ZILA Works, and Board member of the Innocence Project Northwest. He holds a B.S. in Zoology and B.A. in Economics from UW, as well as an MBA in Sustainable Business from Pinchot University. Aaron Tam is the King County Campaign Coordinator for Carbon Washington, the grassroots organization behind I-732. Aaron recently completed a double degree in Environmental Science: Wildlife Conservation and Political Science at the University of Washington where he researched the impacts of climate change on people and wildlife in the Pacific Northwest, as well as studied policy solutions for socioeconomic, environmental and racial justice issues.