MICHAEL COCKRILL, CHAIR, STATE CIO - Michael was appointed by Gov. Inslee as the state's Chief Information Officer in January 2013. He has more than 20 years of experience building private sector software companies. His responsibilities as state CIO include overseeing the state's strategic vision for information technology, evaluating state agencies' IT spending and major technology projects, and establishing IT policies and standards across state government.
DAVID DANNER, CHAIR, UTILITIES AND TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION (UTC) - Gov. Inslee appointed David chair of the UTC in February 2013, where he was previously executive director since 2005. Before that, he was an executive policy advisor to Gov. Locke and served on the Environmental Hearings Board. He currently serves on the Energy Resources and Environment and International Committees of the National Assoc. of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC).
TRACY GUERIN, DIRECTOR, DEPT. OF RETIREMENT SYSTEMS (DRS) - Gov. Inslee appointed Tracy director of DRS in September 2016. She leads an organization of more than 200 team members who administer one of the most complex public retirement systems in the country. Her career spans over 30 years in various state agencies. She received the Governor's Management and Leadership Award in 2012.
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ZACK HUDGINS, STATE REPRESENTATIVE - Rep. Hudgins represents the 11th district, which includes Renton, Tukwila, Kent and South Seattle. Rep. Hudgins worked with both Amazon and Microsoft before coming to the legislature in 2002. His background in the tech industry prepared him to be a leader within the legislature on IT issues, chairing the House General Government and Information Technology and State Government and Information Technology Committees, and serving on the Technology and Economic Development Committee. Rep. Hudgins was instrumental in the creation of the TSB and this is his second appointment to the Board. He also serves on the National Conference of State Legislatures Cybersecurity Taskforce, working to educate and engage other lawmakers on cybersecurity policy discussions.
BILL KEHOE, CIO, KING COUNTY - Bill was appointed as King County's Chief Information Officer and director of King County Information Technology (KCIT) in July 2010. He leads a department of about 450 IT professionals in KCIT with an operating budget of $76M. Bill previously worked for the Department of Licensing where he served as the department's CIO since 2002.
KRIS KUTCHERA, FORMER VP OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, ALASKA AIRLINES - Kris has over 30 years experience in the IT industry. She joined Alaska Airlines in 2005, and led a team recognized for its award-winning alaskaair.com website, mobile applications and industry-leading airport automation processes. She also serves on the University of Washington iSchool Founding Board and the Tecnology Access Foundation (TAF) Board of Directors.
MARK MILOSCIA, STATE SENATOR - Senator Miloscia has served in the state legislature for over 18 years, representing the 30th district comprised of Algona, Auburn, Des Moines, Federal Way, Milton and Pacific. He currently chairs the Senate State Government Committee, and also serves on the Human Services & Mental Health, Health Care, Ways & Means and Rules Committees.
PAUL MOULTON, EXECUTIVE VP AND CIO, COSTCO WHOLESALE - Paul's career at Costco Wholesale spans over 30 years, serving the last 7 years as the Executive Vice President and CIO. He graduated in 1973 from the University of San Diego while working at Safeway Stores. Paul worked in Operations at Safeway, Fed Mart and Target Stores before joining Costco. He also chairs the Board of Directors at Heritage University in Toppenish, WA and serves on two committees for Agros International of Seattle.
JEFF PAULSEN, PAST PRESIDENT, LOCAL 443, WA FEDERATION OF STATE EMPLOYEES - Jeff has worked as an IT specialist for various Washington State agencies for over thirty years, serving as a mainframe programmer, a network and systems administrator, and currently as a Security Architecture Design Engineer. He has been a member of the Washington Federation of State Employees’ Executive Board for the last five years, and served as the President of WFSE Local 443 from 2013 to 2016.
VIKKI SMITH, DIRECTOR, DEPT. OF REVENUE (DOR) - Vikki was appointed by Gov. Inslee as the Director of DOR on June 4, 2015. She has worked her entire career at DOR, including posts such as head of the Taxpayer Services division, Chief Information Officer and Deputy Director. DOR plays a pivotal role in funding the state's future by collecting tax dollars that help pay for education, social and health services natural resource conservation and public safety.
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