To hold all ICSEW members accountable by maintaining accurate and up-to-date records of all individuals in our membership.
By partnering with ICSEW’s Public Outreach Subcommittee, we aim to recruit new members from all Washington state government agencies and higher education institutions, to cultivate better representation of Washington state employees.
What We Do
The Membership Subcommittee coordinates and maintains records of all ICSEW members, recruits new members and organizes membership meetings. Subcommittee members contribute up to three hours monthly, which includes the monthly online meeting.
- Guiding prospective members through the appointment process.
- Managing the orientation process for new members
- Maintaining record of all active members, including contact information and attendance records at in-person ICSEW meetings.
- Maintaining the ICSEW membership roster.
- Organizing general membership meetings.
- Greeting members and guests and assisting with the check-in process at in-person meetings and events.
Department of Revenue
I joined ICSEW to connect with women from other Washington State agencies. Since I joined in 2017, I’ve met and worked with many amazing women. I enjoy collaborating with the Membership subcommittee members to find new ways to engage our membership as well as fulfilling our sub-committees responsibilities. I look forward to continuing working with the ICSEW board and our members.
Brandy Thompson, Department of Agriculture
Danica Mitchell, Washington Student Achievement Council
Jennifer Ward, Employment Security Department
Kathyrn Pittelkau, Department of Social and Health Services
Robyn Hofstad, Department of Social and Health Services
Susan Williams, Heath Care Authority
Valerie Robinson, Department of Fish and Wildlife
How to Become an ICSEW Representative
If you want to empower Washington state employees to positively shape their lives, consider joining us!
Anyone employed by a Washington state government agency or higher education institution may serve on the ICSEW. Agencies may appoint one representative per 2,000 employees and as many alternate representatives as they choose. Check out our membership roster to see if your organization is already represented in ICSEW.
If you’re eligible to serve and interested in applying, please review our Represent Your Agency page.
Questions? Please contact us at email@example.com.
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