Paul Kundtz has lived in Kitsap County since 1984 with his wife Anne, and raised two children here. He worked as an attorney in Seattle for 28 years, serving clients throughout the region, including Kitsap County Superior Court. More recently, he worked as the Northwest Director for The Trust for Public Land, a national land conservation organization. He obtained his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Michigan, and recently completed a Master’s Degree in Nonprofit Leadership from Seattle University.
Paul has served on many nonprofit boards, including the Washington Wildlife & Recreation Coalition, Mountains to Sound Greenway, Washington Association of Land Trusts, Bloedel Reserve, Seattle Aquarium, and the Bainbridge Island Land Trust. He was an elected commissioner of the Bainbridge Island Park District. He has held leadership positions in these organizations, including president/chair, treasurer, and committee chair.
Paul enjoys hiking, camping, biking, skiing, sailing, and kayaking throughout the Pacific Northwest. He has visited 47 national parks, and expects to see all 59.