Ken Workman

Born and raised in Seattle Workman is the fourth great grandson of Chief Seattle. A retired aerospace analyst, Ken has spent half of his career in the IT world, half in the manufacturing one.

Ken’s hobbies include, native language studies, motor racing, and data analytics.

In his retirement Ken enjoys public service. He is involved with the Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition and Southwest Seattle Historical Society, and remains committed to the Duwamish tribe, where he serves as a council member and president of Duwamish Tribal Services.

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