Marc Daudon

Photo: Marc Daudon

​​​​​Gubernatorial Appointee
Current term extended 


Marc Daudon was appointed to the Energy Northwest Executive Board by Washington Governor Chris Gregoire in May 2011 and reappointed by Governor Inslee in 2014 and 2018. He currently serves as the Executive Board's compensation subcommittee chair. He brings strategic, policy, business, and clean energy expertise to his service on the board.

Marc co-founded the Cascadia Consulting Group, a Seattle-based environmental consultancy, in 1993 serving as principal and president until 2015 when the firm was sold to its employees. At Cascadia, he assisted public and private clients develop and implement recycling, resource conservation, and sustainability policies and programs. Marc now focuses on advancing clean and resilient solutions to the region’s sustainability challenges through board service, coalition building and the Caspian Group, a boutique consultancy.

Prior to founding Cascadia, he created a Seattle-based mail order business, worked as a consultant on energy and electric utility issues in Africa, Asia and Washington DC, and volunteered in a Somali refugee camp.

He has a master’s in public and private management from the Yale School of Management.

Marc is married to Maud Daudon, president and CEO of the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, and has two grown children.

​Executive Board Member Since 2011