LCA Board of Directors

President - Scott Lampe

My wife and I have been residents of Bellevue for 25 years with the most recent 5 living in Bayside Place Condominiums. Previously we lived in the Surrey Downs neighborhood just south of downtown Bellevue where I served on the board including four years as president. Other volunteer activities include currently serving as president of the Bayside Place Condominium Association, a board member of the Meydenbauer Bay Neighbors Association, panel member and former chair of the Sound Transit Citizen Oversight Panel, current board member at Bellevue Christian School, commission member and chair of the Bellevue Transportation Commission from 2010-19, chair of the East Main Citizen Advisory Committee which developed redevelopment guidelines for the areas including the Red Lion, Hilton and Bellevue Club, current board member of the Eastside Transportation Association and current member of the Bellevue Rotary Club.

Secretary - Yuan Zheng

Born in China, high school & college in NYC (Columbia), moved to the NW; met my husband, from Holland, at Microsoft. Moved into the neighborhood 10 years ago; fell in love with its safety, friendliness and diversity. Our son was born here. Many have probably seen us walking with him in the neighborhood, one where he can continue to thrive. My skills and experience should be useful, having been with Microsoft 18 years, now a Principal PM Manager. I have served on several nonprofit boards, volunteer in local schools, and from 2006 – 2012, I was the secretary for Taluswood Townhomes (85 units) HOA in Redmond. We supported our community through the ‘08 financial crisis, maintaining property values while keeping dues flat. I am a trustee of Bellevue Discovery Preschool, a nonprofit our son attends. It supports highly capable children, their families and community. I volunteer as an AP computer science teacher for Lake WA HS. Sustaining members of KUOW 10+_yrs.​

Treasurer - Wayne Novak

I work in the community as a realtor I come into contact with residents of all ages and bring to the Board perspectives of younger families and those living on the southern boundaries of Lochleven on Lake Washington Blvd. I look forward to creating ways for neighbors to connect with each other and enhance our sense of community. To this end I support increased use of technologies to reach and engage younger members of the community. Being a principal of an actuarial consulting firm helped me develop negotiation, problem-solving, and customer service skills, which will aid in building consensus with members and interacting with city staff. I have a MBA from Northwest University in Kirkland. When I’m not working, I spend time giving back to the community. I’ve volunteered for the Salvation Army in Arizona, and now in Bellevue. I'm also on the board of the Vue's HOA. In my spare I enjoy all forms exercise.​

2021/ 2022 - Founding Board

President & Founder - Craig Spiezle

As the founder of the Lochleven Community Assocation Craig's vision was to build and enhance neighborhood connections, create a sense of community, enhance safety and emergency readiness and to give our community a voice with the City of Bellevue.  Craig is a graduate of the Bellevue Essentials program and a member of the City of Bellevue Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) and on the Bellevue Police Advisory Council. Prior Craig was a Utility Commissioner in the City of Clyde Hill and a two-term Chair of the Community Celebration Commitee.  Professionally Craig develops security and privacy best practices and conduct risk assessments. After working at Microsoft for over 16 years, he founded the Online Trust Alliance a global non-profit, now part of the Internet Society. During his tenure he was appointed to various positions with the Federal Communications Commission, White House and have served as an advisor to the Department of Homeland Security, US Postal Service, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the US Secret Service. In his spare time he is an avid cyclist, aspiring photographer and supporter of Tree House and the Alzheimer's Association.

Vice President - Mike Hatmaker

Secretary - Mark Walters

I have lived in the Lochleven neighborhood with my family for nearly 20 years. It's a wonderful neighborhood and I feel lucky to live here. I am one of the "incorporators" of the LCA and am delighted to see the community coming together and folks in our neighborhood getting to know one another. I am also proud of the work we have done with the City of Bellevue to advance the purposes of the LCA. My goals for the next term are as follows: 1. Grow awareness and membership to establish the Association more firmly within the community and among neighbors. 2. Focus on building community among neighbors and safety. 3. Increase participation with neighbors, as committee members or other roles that interest the neighbors. 3. Look for ways to involve younger families and children in the community. 4. Succession planning for Board hand-off in the future. ​

Treasurer - Joyce Doland

I have been a resident of Lochleven for 44 years and immediately joined West Bellevue Community Club to work on many issues with Bellevue's Central Business District development of plans for the City and its policies. The WBCC worked to have street lighting installed, the closure of 5th street at 8th, height restrictions on 100th and participated in the Downtown Park development with the acquisition of land from the Bellevue School District. There have been other projects in the history of WBCC. I joined the new org LCA and its Board at inception as Treasurer. I have served on many 501c3 Boards as officer and Director of the Children's Trust Foundation, Junior League of Seattle, King County MS Assoc. and others. I have also served on Boards as a Director and Officer of several publicly held and private business companies. I am interested in maintaining the livability of our neighborhood and working with all folks on issues of safety, development and social gatherings.​