William J. Marchand
BA English, Evergreen State College, 2007, MURP., Urban and Regional Planning, Eastern Washington University, 2014, Executive Graduate Certificate, Tribal Planning, Eastern Washington University.
William Marchand is the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Indian Reservation Planning Director. Marchand is the overall Administrator of the Colville Tribal Planning Department.
Marchand was most previously the Colville Tribes Senior Transportation Planner, and was a strong advocate for the Colville Tribes in tribal transportation, serving on the Washington Traffic Safety Commission (WTSC), Tribal Traffic Safety Advisory Board (TTSAB), and was nominated by the Colville Business Council (CBC) for membership on the Tribal Transportation Coordinating Committee (TTPCC), which is the primary policy advisory body for tribal transportation in the United States.
Prior to being hired as the Planning Director, Marchand held positions with US Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA), the Department of Homeland Security: Customs and Border Protection (DHS: CBP), the Bureau of Indian Affairs: Office of Self Governance (BIA: OSG), the Colville Tribal Gaming Commission (CTGC), the Federal Highways Administration (FHWA) and the Colville Tribes Department of Transportation (CCT: DOT).
Karri Quill is the Planning Department's Administrative Assistant and has been with CCT Planning for over 2 years. As the Administrative Assistant, Quill is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Planning Office; responsible for timekeeping, travel arrangements, purchasing processes, as well as assisting the community on land use issues such as permitting and advising on codes & policies.
Quill previously worked as a 911 dispatcher for the Colville Tribes and was previously the Planning OA. Quill attended Davenport High School and finished at West Valley base contact. Quill has been married for 5 years to Brian Quill and has a 2 year old daughter.
Office Assistant II