Environmental Program Manager, Port of Seattle
Ryann Child (she/her) is responsible for designing and implementing clean air and climate action programs to reduce air and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from Port of Seattle’s maritime operations. Ryann is the project manager for the Alaska, British Columbia, Washington Green Corridor, a new partnership of ports, cruise lines, and nongovernmental organizations exploring the feasibility of zero-GHG emission cruise ships to Alaska. Ryann also developed the Port’s first ever Maritime Climate and Air Action Plan. She has a background in environmental consulting and holds a B.A. in Environmental Science and Policy from Duke University. Outside of work, Ryann enjoys running, biking, and playing competitive Ultimate Frisbee.