VP of Community Relations
Mike Flood joined the staff on July 1, 1997. Flood served as Community Outreach Director for Football Northwest prior to joining the Seahawks. He helped spearhead the state-wide campaign that resulted in the passage of Referendum 48 to build the new football/soccer stadium and exhibition complex.
A Seattle native, Flood attended Blanchet High School for three years before graduating from McLean High School in McLean, Virginia. He received a B.A. Degree in Industrial Education from Washington State University and a Master’s Degree in Education from the University of North Carolina. Flood owned and operated an agricultural flying service in Fort Scott, Kansas, before joining the Coast Guard. He served as a pilot and Civil Engineering Officer in the Coast Guard flying C130s, Dassault Falcon jets, and H60 Jayhawk helicopters. He managed Public Relations, Finance/Supply and Administration during tours in North Carolina and Kodiak, Alaska. From 1994-96 he was the Air/Sea Rescue Operations Officer for coastal Oregon and Washington. Flood retired as a Commander in 1996 after 20 years in the service.
He and his wife Marty, have a son, Dan, and a daughter, Shannon.