Mack Hogans

Mack Hogans

Mack L. Hogans LLC, Consulting Services
As Chief Executive of his firm, Mack provides professional services to CEO’s, businesses and organizations in areas of leadership, strategy, M&A, governance, public policy, philanthropy, community relations, natural resources, environmental policy, diversity and inclusion, CEO succession, board governance and crisis management.

Hogans retired as Senior Vice President after 25 years with Weyerhaeuser Company. He was responsible for: Corporate Communications; Environment, Health and Safety; Government Affairs; Law; E-Business; Procurement and Supply Chain Management. In addition, he was: chair of the Weyerhaeuser Company Foundation; a forester; a branch manager for the Building Materials business; and vice president of Government Affairs.

He is a trusted advisor to leaders of companies and organizations including leading joint venture start-ups. He has been Affiliate Professor, School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, and Guest Lecturer at the Foster School of Business, University of Washington.

Hogans served on numerous boards and commissions. He is currently Lead Independent Director of Boise Cascade Company and Chair of its Governance and Nominating Committee. He is immediate past board Chair of Cambia Health Solutions. He is currently a board member of; US Bank Washington; Washington State Opportunity Scholarship; and Rainier Vista Boys and Girls Club. He is past board member of The Washington Business Roundtable: Regence Blue Shield; Pacific Lutheran University; University of Puget Sound, and Past Board Chair of The US Endowment for Forestry and Communities.

Hogans has received many recognitions for his leadership, the most recent was being awarded Modern Healthcare “Excellence In Healthcare Governance” award.

Before joining Weyerhaeuser, he worked for the U.S. Forest Service, Maryland National Capital Parks and Planning Commission, and the National Park Service.

Hogans attended Tuskegee University, holds a Bachelor of Science degree in forestry and natural resources from the University of Michigan, and a Master of Science degree in forest resources from the University of Washington. He is also a graduate of the Stanford Executive Program, Stanford University Graduate School of Business.