Lucas Hall

Director of Projects (he/him/his)
206.382.9555, x30 lhall@lltk.org

Born and raised near the Skagit River, Lucas left Seattle’s tech startup scene to return to his passion, environmental management. Working at Long Live the Kings (LLTK), a 35+ year old salmon conservation nonprofit, is an opportunity to protect a species that represents the place where he lives and loves – the Pacific Northwest. At LLTK, Lucas led the creation of Survive the Sound – a salmon education and outreach campaign reaching over 20,000 people annually. He managed a project researching and testing innovative fish passage strategies at one of the region’s largest fish passage barriers, the Hood Canal Bridge. Now, he leads LLTK’s projects team that includes staff from four locations around Puget Sound that support ecosystem modeling, international salmon research and conservation efforts, field science, habitat restoration, and hatchery operations. Working with LLTK’s CEO, Lucas leads many elements of LLTK’s community and government relations, including an appointment to the Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Budget and Policy Advisory Group. Lucas holds a B.A. in Political Science from Western Washington University and a Master of Public Administration degree and Environmental Management Certificate from the Evans School of Public Policy and Governance at the University of Washington. In his free time, he enjoys camping in the backcountry with his wife and dog, tackling home improvement projects, and skiing with friends.