Elected Position #3 – Auditor
Term May 2020 – May 2023
David Iyall is a member of the Nisqually Indian Tribe where he currently works as the Construction Project Manager and dives for geoducks as part of Nisqually Fisheries. David received a Bachelor of Arts in Urban Studies from the University of Washington. David’s current workload at Nisqually includes building a new Garden Campus for the Tribe in DuPont WA, Remodeling and updating the Kalama Creek Hatchery and working on the Medicine Springs Water System currently acquired from the City of Olympia.
David was born and raised in Thurston County where he showed cattle in 4-H and rode horses on his parent’s farm on the Nisqually Reservation. Currently David and his wife enjoy gardening in their backyard and harvesting wild plants and shrubs such Devil’s Club and Cottonwood Buds to make teas and healing salves.