Director Jack Gibson was first elected to the MMWD Board of Directors in 1994 and he has served continuously on the board ever since.
A graduate of the University of San Francisco School of Law, Director Gibson has been a practicing attorney and legal educator since 1971. He has his own law practice in Marin County and specializes in business, estate planning, and real estate law. He has provided pro bono legal services to many community non-profit organizations and also has served on several non-profit agency boards of directors.
Director Gibson has a lifelong interest in history and prior to becoming an attorney he was a history teacher in San Francisco. He is the author of Mount Tamalpais and the Marin Municipal Water District, published by Arcadia Press in 2012 to commemorate the district’s centennial.
Director Gibson represents MMWD on the North Bay Watershed Association (NBWA) Board of Directors and is the chair of NBWA board. He also represents MMWD on the North Bay Water Reuse Authority Board of Directors, the Sonoma County Water Agency Water Advisory Committee, and the executive committee of the recently formed Tamalpais Lands Collaborative, a partnership with three other Marin County public land managers and the Golden Gate National Park Conservancy.
Director Gibson is a long-time resident of Sleepy Hollow.
Division I: Includes Sleepy Hollow, north west portion of San Anselmo, Terra Linda, Santa Venetia, Marinwood, Lucas Valley, and portions of San Rafael around Highway 101 in the Lincoln Avenue and Dominican areas.
Term: December 5, 2014 to December 5, 2018.
Committee Assignments: Vice Chair of Finance, Communications, and Compensation committees; Chair of Drought Resiliency Task Force.