Justin Parker is the Executive Director of the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission. The NWIFC is a natural resources management support services organization serving the 20 treaty Indian tribes in western Washington. He joined the NWIFC in 2000 and has worked for over 25 years in various administrative capacities for both the Makah Tribe and NWIFC.

Born and raised in Neah Bay he became a commercial fisherman when he was 9 years old. Parker lives in Tumwater with his wife, Tracy, and their three youngest children. Parker also serves as Vice President of the Salmon Homecoming Alliance Board of Directors and as Treasurer of the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians/Economic Development Corporation Board of Directors.