Bruce Gryniewski has been active in political campaigns and issues for nearly 20 years. He specializes in bridging ideological divides to advance the causes of conservation, sustainability and economic development. A shareholder based in the firm’s Seattle office, Bruce combines high-level strategy counsel with practical relationships and public policy knowledge to help business interests navigate the often-challenging political and regulatory environment in the Pacific Northwest.
Prior to joining Gallatin, Bruce served for five years as Executive Director of Washington Conservation Voters (WCV). In addition to shaping the organization into a well-funded, influential voice for environmental issues and causes, Bruce helped launch Priorities for a Healthy Washington, a legislative program that has led to unprecedented gains for the environmental community in the state legislature. Prior to WCV, he served as Executive Director of Washington CeaseFire, where he helped build an unlikely coalition of gun control and 2nd Amendment interests to seek passage of gun storage legislation in the Washington Legislature.
Bruce earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Minnesota and a Master of Arts degree from University of Rochester (NY). He serves on the board of the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust and is on the advisory board of Salish Sea Expeditions. Bruce and his wife have four children and live in West Seattle.
Strategy and campaigns
State and local government
Executive Director, Washington Conservation Voters
Executive Director, Washington CeaseFire
Board Member, Mountains to Sound Greenway
Advisory Board Member, Salish Sea Expeditions
Development Director, Farmworker Democracy Education Center
Canvass Director, Minnesota Citizens Organized Acting Together