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Around the Table: Rowley Properties, Puget Sound Energy, Boeing

December 20th, 2019

Happy to share recent news from some of our member companies! Rowley Properties, Inc. receives 2019 Family Business Award Congratulations to Skip Rowley and Rowley Properties, Inc. on receiving a “2019 Family Business Award” fromSeattle Business Magazine. As noted in the magazine’s December issue, “Rowley Properties Inc. is a family-run property management and development firm that defines its mission as helping ‘businesses succeed,… Read more

Welcome New Members!

December 18th, 2019

We are excited to announce the addition of six members to the Washington Roundtable board. Collectively they bring decades of experience across multiple industries that are fundamental to Washington’s economy. We look forward to their engagement! A warm welcome to: Sue Anderson, Vice President of Operations, Washington, Century Link Stan A. Deal, Executive Vice President, The Boeing Company, President and Chief Executive Officer,… Read more

Our 2020 Policy Agenda

November 25th, 2019

As we set our sights for the new year, we are happy to share our 2020 Policy Agenda, urging lawmakers to: Deliver a supplemental budget that is sustainable, maintains healthy reserves, limits spending growth, and is supported by tax policy that is predictable and supports economic growth for all. Protect 2015 Connecting Washington investments dedicated to asset preservation and maintenance and improvements in… Read more

We’re Hiring!

November 20th, 2019

The Washington Roundtable and Partnership for Learning are hiring a communications specialist to support the organizations’ external communications efforts. Click here to apply, and please forward to anyone who might be interested. Description The communications specialist is responsible for managing and implementing select communications programs and activities for the Washington Roundtable and Partnership for Learning, the Roundtable’s education foundation. The central role is to support development… Read more

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Washington Roundtable @waroundtable2 weeks agoExcited to welcome six new members to the Washington Roundtable board! https://t.co/rHhAkbUJ8f
Washington Roundtable @waroundtable3 weeks agoHappy New Year! Happy to share our 2020 Policy Agenda and get to work in 2020 on making WA a great place to live, work & do business! https://t.co/CeI5f9ZQI9
Washington Roundtable @waroundtable3 weeks agoA key takeaway for HS students in 2019: Completing the FAFSA can be a career-maker. https://t.co/R3ygJunFu6 #Pathto70 #WAedu @WSACouncil
Washington Roundtable @waroundtable1 month agoCheck out the new #opportunityscorecard from @opportunitywa. See where WA ranks on key education, transportation, economic vitality metrics. Check out how WA fares as we close out 2019: vitality: https://t.co/L6JkT73bKk https://t.co/ZFvDa1X6bB
Washington Roundtable @waroundtable1 month agoNEW #CredentialEssential story in the @seattletimes: Practical support clears a path for students to think big about their futures. https://t.co/NNw7GGrcd2 @AVID4College @MaliaRS1 @228Cascade @CHSKODIAKS @NCESD @waOSPI @WA_SBE #WAKids4WAJobs #Pathto70 #WAedu #ThisisAVID