Co-founder of Stewardship Partners and Chairman of Dylan Bay Companies, Mr. Bayley has been active in the Seattle community for 45 years. He began his law career in 1966 as an associate attorney with Lane, Powell, Moss & Miller, then worked under Attorney General Slade Gorton as the Deputy Attorney General and Chief, Consumer Protection and Antitrust Division. In 1970, Mr. Bayley was elected King County Prosecuting Attorney and served until 1979. He then became Partner in Charge of Public Finance at the Perkins Coie law firm. In 1982, Mr. Bayley began a ten year corporate career, first as Senior Vice President, Law and Corporate Affairs at Burlington Northern Inc. and beginning in 1985 as President and CEO of Glacier Park Company, its real estate subsidiary. When the Burlington companies departed Seattle in 1992, he joined New Pacific Partners as Chairman. After an unsuccessful bid for United States Senate in 1998, Mr. Bayley and Steven Buri formed the Resource Action Council, which on January 1, 2002 became Stewardship Partners. Mr. Bayley holds a bachelor's degree in history from Harvard University and a doctorate in jurisprudence from Harvard Law School.