Annual Report

The ICSEW publishes and submits an annual report to the Governor every July. The ICSEW Annual Report contains, at a minimum, the following items:

  • Statement of the overall committee goals of the past year
  • Specific actions taken to help achieve committee goals
  • Significant activities from the committee over the past year
  • Status of issues in which the ICSEW has been involved
  • Status of new issues brought to the attention of the ICSEW
  • Annual Treasurer’s Report

2018 Annual Report Adobe PDF Document

September 21-October 9, 2015: The Other Bank Toiletries Drive

Each year ICSEW representatives coordinate a statewide workplace toiletries drive for personal hygiene products.  These products are necessary items that cannot be purchased with food benefits and are essential to maintaining optimal health and personal care.

The Other Bank in Olympia provides free personal hygiene products to more than 20,000 local low-income individuals and families annually.  More than 95% of their hygiene products come from donors.  Please join us to coordinate this drive within your agency and make the 2015 drive an even bigger success.

ICSEW Conference 2015!

The 2015 conference focuses again on enriching the lives of state employed women through advocacy, outreach, and opportunity.

ICSEW has confirmed some great speakers ready to address topics of Professional and personal development, Financial Security and Lean processes, Health and Wellness, Technology, and Cultural Competency.

Below is a working list of confirmed speakers and topics we are excited to bring to this year’s event:

Topic Presenters
Ask the Recruiter Alvina Mao, Human Resources Consultant, Dept. of Transportation
Chuck Johnson, Human Resources Consultant, Dept. of Transportation
Bullying & LGBT Awareness Kathy Kravit-Smith, Retired Pierce County Parks & Recreation
Jessica McKimmie, Pizza Klatch Executive Director
Climb Your Mountain Dr. Rolanda Cawthon, Adjunct Professor at Brandman University – Chapman University System
Diversity/ Equity Chanin Kelly-Rae, WA State Diversity Manager
Chanin is a nationally recognized subject matter expert of diversity, inclusion, and equity policy and strategies.
LEAN Samantha Einarson, CPI Director, WA Military Dept.
Making Informed Public Sector Career Decisions Angie Hogenson, Enterprise Classification, Compensation & Human Resources Analytics Manager
Kamaron Durocher, Senior Compensation Manager
Audrey Ulrich, Enterprise Classification & Compensation Consultant
Motivational Speaker Stacy Duhon, Professional Coach, Workshop Leader, Aspiring Speaker & Author; Master’s degrees in statistics, coaching and consulting.
Presentation topics to be determined.
Multi-Generational Workplace Jacqueline Galan, HR Recruitment, Training & Diversity Manager, Dept. of Ecology
Results Washington Wendy Korthius-Smith, Director of Results Washington
Chuck Johnson, Human Resources Consultant, Dept. of Transportation
SharePoint 2013 Sara Murphy, Information Technology Architect, Dept. of Ecology

In the News: Madam C.E.O., Get Me a Coffee

Adam Grant and Sheryl Sandberg
Adam Grant and Sheryl Sandberg (Gaetan Bally/Keystone for The New York Times)

LATE one Friday afternoon at a leading consulting firm, a last-minute request came in from a client. A female manager was the first to volunteer her time. She had already spent the entire day meeting with junior colleagues who were seeking career advice, even though they weren’t on her team. Earlier in the week, she had trained several new hires, helped a colleague improve a presentation and agreed to plan the office holiday party. When it came time for her review for partner, her clear track record as a team player combined with her excellent performance should have made her a shoo-in. Instead, her promotion was delayed for six months, and then a year…

Madam C.E.O., Get Me a Coffee” article posted Feb 6, 2015 in The New York Times. Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant take a look at women doing ‘Office Housework.’ This is a must read!