Board of Directors

Tiffany Turner, President

Owner and operator of Inn at Discovery Coast and Adrift Hotel

Aaron Katz, Vice President

Principal lecturer of Health Services and Global Health, University of Washington School of Public Health

Michael Brown, Secretary

Vice-President of Community Leadership at The Seattle Foundation

Hugh Spitzer, Treasurer

Acting Professor of Law at the University of Washington; Member of Foster Pepper PLLC


Rachel Berkson

Executive Director of NARAL Pro-Choice Washington 

Sean P. Corry

President of Sprague Israel Giles, Inc.

Greg Devereux

Executive Director of the Washington Federation of State Employees, AFSCME Council 28, and International Vice President of AFSCME

Jon Gould

Deputy Director of the Children's Alliance

Nathan James

Vice President at GMMB

Treasure Mackley

Political and Organizing Director for Planned Parenthood Votes Northwest in Washington, Alaska and Idaho

Michael Nelson

Executive Director of the SEIU Washington State Council

Liz Schott

Senior Fellow with the Family Income Support Division of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities in Washington, D.C.

Rich Stolz

Executive Director of OneAmerica

Mark Usdane

Advocacy Representative for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Greg Wong

Partner at Pacifica Law Group LLP

Organizational affiliations are for identification purposes only.
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Our Legislative Agenda

The Budget & Policy Center's 2015-17 Legislative Agenda calls for an equitable and sustainable revenue system in addition to state investments that will promote a world-class education system; sustain a strong, inclusive middle class; produce high-quality, living wage jobs, and ensure equal opportunity to live healthy and productive lives. Take a closer look here.

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Budget Beat

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27: Join us for a Budget Beat call with guest speaker State Rep. Reuven Carlyle, D-Seattle. The topic is the tax break transparency bill. Register now. 

In our February 6 Budget Beat webinar, State Sen. Pramila Jayapal, D-Seattle, and Research and Policy Analyst Lori Pfingst discussed the proposal to raise the state's minimum wage to $12. 

Budget Matters Conference

Thank you to all those people who made our 3rd Annual Budget Matters Conference a success! Take a look at this video highlighting Budget Matters 2014.