ICSEW is proud to host our west-side professional development conference at The Hotel Murano in Tacoma, Washington. This year's theme--L.E.A.R.N - Leading by Example to Achieve Results Now--is inspired by the concept that we all have a leader within us, regardless of whether or not our job description had management requirements in it.
For more details regarding conference program and speakers, please visit us online at http://icsew.wa.gov/conferences/.
The Washington State Employees Credit Union (WSECU) is a community credit union that welcomes and serves people who share the values of giving, sharing and supporting our communities. As a not-for-profit financial cooperative, we are overseen by a volunteer Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee. These leaders are WSECU members who are elected by fellow members.
We have many branches throughout the state and additional access is available through the Shared Branching network. We also offer mobile and online account access so members can take us with them wherever they go!
We are proud to serve as a trusted adviser to over 170,000 members. It has been and always will be our goal to provide our members with a comprehensive line of quality products and services. To learn more visit our website!
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is state government’s principal steward of fish and wildlife resources. Across the state, WDFW employees work to:
• Maximize fishing and hunting opportunities and economic benefits;
• Conserve and protect fish and wildlife species and their habitat;
• Oversee nearly 1 million acres of wildlife lands for public access and conservation; and
• Enforce natural resource laws and regulations to protect resources and ensure public safety.
The Department has about 1,500 full-time equivalent employees. Headquarters staff are based in Olympia, but most employees work from regional and field offices around the state.
Governor's Interagency Council on Health Disparities
The Governor's Interagency Council on Health Disparities works on eliminating health disparities by race/ethnicity and gender in the State of Washington by working across several agencies, as well as community and non-governmental stakeholders. Created by the Legislature in 2006 the Council is charged with the creation of a state action plan for eliminating health disparities in Washington state. The Council provides recommendations and regular updates to the Governor and Legislature, and in partnership with the Washington State Board of Health administers the state’s Health Impact Review program.
The Department of Health works with others to protect and improve the health of all people in Washington State. We lead changes in policies, systems and environments to prevent illness and injury, promote healthy families and communities, and encourage healthy lifestyles. For more information on our programs and services, please visit our website at www.doh.wa.gov.
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