Molly Bold Selected as New Westport Marina District Business Manager

Submitted by The Port of Grays Harbor

The Port of Grays Harbor is pleased to announce Molly Bold will be joining the senior management team as the new Westport Business Manager.

Over the past three years, Ms. Bold has successfully established and actively led local non- profit, WEFish. Prior to her work with WEFish, Ms. Bold owned and operated a thriving local photography business. She and her husband Ryan also own Bold Fisheries, a fishing business that operates from California to Alaska.

Port of Grays Harbor
Molly Bold will be joining the senior management team as the new Westport Business Manager.

“Ms. Bold’s experience in launching and successfully growing WEFish into the well-respected, community based organization it is today is exactly the type of leadership needed to bring the Westport Marina District to its full potential. She has proven her ability to work effectively with the various fishery groups throughout the community, as well as local business owners,” explained Executive Director Gary Nelson. “Her passion for
seeing not just the Marina District thrive, but all of Grays Harbor, will make her an asset to the Port, and the community as a whole.”

In the newly created position, Ms. Bold will be responsible for operations, planning and management of the Westport Marina District properties, including the Westport Marina moorage facilities, upland properties, and public access facilities.

Ms. Bold will begin her position with the Port on January 23rd.

Founded in 1911, the Port of Grays Harbor is one of Washington State’s oldest port districts and Washington’s only deep-water port located directly on the Pacific Ocean. The Port of Grays Harbor operates 4 deep-water marine terminals, the Westport Marina, Bowerman Airport, Grays Harbor ship assist services, numerous public waterfront access facilities, in addition to industrial and business parks throughout the County. The addition of Satsop Business Park increased the Port’s properties to more than 1,000 acres of industrial properties and an additional 1,200 acres of sustainably managed forestland. Strategically located midway between Seattle and Portland and less than 1 1?2 hours from open sea, the Port of Grays Harbor provides businesses a diverse portfolio of facilities. More information on the Port of Grays Harbor’s facilities and operations is available at or

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