Panoway on Wayzata Bay grew out of the work of the Lake Effect Project, which spent nearly a decade evaluating the needs of the community and developing a plan to restore, protect and enhance Wayzata’s downtown lakefront.

The Wayzata Conservancy was established in 2016 to advocate for and raise private philanthropic funds for the project.  The City/Conservancy Partnership Agreement was approved by the City Council in August 2016 and outlines the roles and responsibilities of each institution related to fundraising and decision making.

Conservancy Board

  • Andrew Mullin
    Board Chair
    Director, Business Development Lifetouch, a Shutterfly Company | Former Wayzata City Council Member
    952-484-8159 | Email
  • Blake Sandvold
    CIO, CFP, Sandvold Financial Group
    763-232-0373 | Email
  • Dan Koch
    Wayzata Council Member and Owner, OnIt
    612-499-3145 | Email
  • Jon Halverson
    Partner - Talanton Impact Fund
    952-905-9518 | Email
  • Marnix Guillaume
    President ISIS LLC (International Strategies & Insurance Solutions)
    Past Chairman Willis Corroon International
    612-296-5240 | Email
  • Terri Huml
    Owner, Gianni’s Steakhouse - Wayzata
    612-382-2525 | Email
  • Bob Ambrose
    Former Wayzata City Council Member
    Retired Executive, Great River Energy
    612-865-4591 | Email
  • Barry J. Carlson
    Chief Sales Officer, Allina Health Aetna
    612-280-4528 | Email
  • Sharon Lim
    Partner, BlueFire International
    612-801-7149 | Email
  • Bob Maclean
    Vice President - Business Operations
    612-963-5154 | Email

For More Information, Contact:

  • Andrew Mullin
    Board Chair
    952-484-8159 |Email