Angi Mozer

Executive Director

Angi moved to Whidbey Island in 2010 from the Washington, DC area. Angi followed her husband Chris to Whidbey Island on military orders, and demanded that they live on the beautiful south end of the island.

Angi’s background has mostly been spent in the Biotech industry serving as a Finance, Project & Operations Manager for scientific laboratories. Her strong budgeting, grant management and general management experience made her a good match for the Port.

In her free time, Angi cruises around the Puget Sound with Chris, their three children, and their 110-lb Rottweiler mix in their 20-foot Trophy boat.

Molly MacLeod-Roberts

Port Clerk

Born and raised in Seattle, Molly has no desire to live anywhere but the beautiful Pacific Northwest.  Shortly after their marriage in 1997, she and her husband Crispin decided they wanted to get away from city living (and traffic!), and turned their eyes toward South Whidbey Island.  After eventually finding the perfect property and building the home of their dreams, their family of 5 and Crispin’s upholstery business moved to the Island in 2004.

In addition to her AAAS degree in Office Administration/Business Technology, Molly has nearly 30 years of office management and accounting experience.  She started working with the Port of South Whidbey in 2007 and became a full time employee of the Port in 2010.  Molly looks forward to meeting the challenges presented as the Port continues to grow and take on new projects and providing continued support for those efforts.  She enjoys working with the public and being an active member of the wonderful South Whidbey community.

Duncan McPhee


Duncan McPhee is a Washington native with extensive marine experience who and enjoys sailing Puget Sound and inland waterways from Elliott Bay to Southeast Alaska.

His marine experience includes positions in commercial charter and diving in Hawaii and in outfitting and commissioning yachts in California. Duncan knows boats from the inside out.

Duncan and his wife moved to in 2005 to escape the widespread and oppressive sunshine so prevalent on Maui. They make their home in Freeland where Mrs. McPhee runs a plant and flower business.

He believes the Port of South Whidbey and the South Whidbey Harbor are wonderful resources for both residents and those visiting the Island and is excited to be working closely together with port staff to enhance these resources.

Having experienced, first hand, the effects of population growth on a small community and its resources, he looks forward to the challenge of keeping South Whidbey Harbor a desirable location for visitors and a user friendly asset for the entire community.

Pat Kisch

Maintenance & Operations Supervisor

Fairgrounds Property Manager