James Warjone '61 is Chairman of Port Blakely Companies, a family-owned company since 1864. Port Blakely's operations include forestry and real estate businesses in the Pacific Northwest and New Zealand. Principal operations include Port Blakely Tree Farms, operating in Washington and Oregon; Blakely Pacific operating forestlands in New Zealand; Port Blakely Communities, a real estate division in Washington, and Pacific Lumber & Shipping, a log export business. Warjone joined Port Blakely in 1978 and led as CEO for 32 years.
Warjone earned his B.S. in economics from Claremont Men's College, and he has served on the boards of The Joshua Green Corporation and Uwajimaya Inc. He is a past president of the Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce and the Washington Roundtable.
Join the conversation. The Spring/Summer issue of WEBB Magazine is in the mail and on its way to you. In it we explore Webb’s new innovative curriculum—an educational experience being talked about across the country. From the newly invigorated core curriculum that includes The American Idea and Evolutionary Biology, to the ONLY AT WEBB series of Honors and Advanced Studies courses featuring Advanced Studies in Biotechnology and Honors Ethics & Modern Global Affairs—the Webb program is engaging students in field study and independent research work like never before.
The Webb Schools is pleased to offer a live stream for both the Vivian Webb School and Webb School of California Commencement Ceremonies on June 2, 2018. The events are available below, and will be concurrently streaming on Webb's Facebook page as well as the schools' Livestream.com page.