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Brendan Williams' Biography
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Brendan W. Williams
Wife: Nicole; 1 Child: Blake
JD, University of Washington School of Law, 1997
MA, Criminal Justice, Washington State University, 1994
BA, Evergreen State College, 1992
Majority External Relations Leader, Washington State House of Representatives, present
Representative, Washington State House of Representatives, 2004-2010
Washington Democratic Party Platform Committee, 2002
Campaign Co-Manager, Representative Romero Reelection Campaign, 1994, 1998
No caucus information on file.
Business Consultant, present
Former Executive Director, Washington Health Care Association
Judicial Law Clerk, Washington State Supreme Court, 1998-2000
Session Aide, Washington State Senator Al Bauer, 1995
Executive Secretary, Washington State House Speaker, Brian Ebersole, 1993
Intern, Governor's Small Business Improvement Council, 1990
Intern, Washington State Senate, 1990
Religious, Civic, and other Memberships
Member, First United Methodist Church of Olympia
Member, Hands on Children's Museum
Member, Heritage Park Association Board
Board Member, North Capitol Campus Heritage Park Development Association
Thurston County Boys & Girls Clubs
Member, Tumwater Youth Program
Past Executive Director, Washington Health Care Association
Member, Washington State Bar Association
Member, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association
Presidents Associate, Washington State University Foundation
State President/Executive Director, Washington Student Lobby
Chair, Jefferson-Jackson Dinners for the Thurston County Democrats, 2001-2002
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