Tracy J. Egoscue
Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners
Tracy J. Egoscue, owner and founder of Long Beach-based environmental law firm Egoscue Law Group, was elected president of the Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners in July 2018 following a one-year term as vice president. She was appointed to her first six-year term on the board by Mayor Robert Garcia in September 2014 and unanimously confirmed by the Long Beach City Council. Together with her commission colleagues, Egoscue provides policy direction and oversight for the most extensive capital improvement program in port’s history, a $4 billion, 10-year investment program to modernize its facilities and increase its competitiveness. Besides working with various commission subcommittees, Egoscue represents the port on national and international trade missions and serves as the board representative or alternate to a variety of port-related leadership organizations. She has served as the executive officer of the State of California Regional Water Quality Control Board-Los Angeles Region, and as executive director of the Santa Monica Baykeeper (now LA Waterkeeper), where she achieved one of the largest Clean Water Act settlements in the history of the Clean Water Act against the City of Los Angeles for sewage spills. Egoscue also has practiced environmental litigation as a deputy attorney general for the California Department of Justice, where her work focused on the defense of various state agencies. She received her juris doctorate from George Washington University and holds a bachelor’s degree the University of California at Santa Barbara. She is member of the State Bar of California and also licensed to practice in Connecticut, where she worked as a staff attorney for Save the Sound, a nonprofit committed to restoring and protecting the area's waterways.