Rep. Davis helped to found the Washington Recovery Alliance, where she now serves as the organization’s first Executive Director. She also serves on the Public Policy Committee for the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Washington State and served for many years on King County’s Behavioral Health Advisory Board. She is a strong champion for mental health and addiction recovery, strengthening our schools, reforming the criminal justice system, and affordable housing.
Rep. Harris-Talley has spent over 20 years building powerful movements for change in our region and statewide- from philanthropy, to nonprofit work, reproductive rights, and housing justice. The more she worked for and with her communities, the more she saw that their basic needs were not being met. As a legislator she is committed to bringing community power and meaningful representation on the state level to solve many issues, including bringing an end to incarceration and over-policing.
Senator Joe Nguyen34th Legislative District, Champion
In Senator Nguyen’s first term in the Washington Senate, he has been proud to sponsor a wide portfolio of legislation that expanded the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program, worked to alleviate climate change through increased car emission standards, and took steps to fix our criminal legal system by diverting youths away from jails and toward community services. He is now working on a budget that protects critical programs serving underprivileged communities.