Boards and commissions are opportunities for Washingtonians to shape their state and government. Serving on a board or commission provides a means of influencing decisions that shape the quality of life for the residents of our state.
Washington state has more than 200 boards and commissions to which Governor Inslee appoints members. Appointees are responsible for advising the Governor, the legislature, and state agencies. In some cases, a board or commission may be responsible for setting state policy and determining how the state’s limited resources should be invested.
Governor Inslee takes great pride in appointing qualified, responsible members who reflect the diverse lifestyles of our state and who hold a strong belief in the public process.
Below are current board and commission opportunities that may be of interest to Asian Pacific American communities:
- State Board for Community and Technical Colleges
- Early Learning Advisory Council
- Green River College Board of Trustees
- Professional Educator Standards Board
- Affordable Housing Advisory Board
- State Advisory Council on Homelessness
View the complete list of current and upcoming opportunities.
If you are interested in being appointed to a board or commission, you will need to complete the online application. Applications will be accepted until the relevant positions are filled. Additional information on the respective boards or commissions can be found on the Governor’s website.