Sessions

Mandeep Kaundal, Director of Results Washington, would like to invite you to attend the 2022 Washington State Lean Transformation Conference! Mandeep will then introduce Governor Inslee who will provide opening remarks for this year’s conference which will be 100% virtual using Zoom webinar. We are offering sessions over two weeks. Each tab below lists 4 sessions and includes a session description and bio for each presenter. The All Sessions tab allows you to see a summary of all of the offerings for this year's conference.  For a quick tutorial on how to register click here. We look forward to learning and adapting together with all of you!

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9 AM Session

Welcome and Opening Remarks

Presenter:
Governor Jay Inslee

Washington State

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Presenter:
Governor Jay Inslee

Washington State

Session Description:

Governor Inslee will provide the opening remarks for 10th annual Washington State Government Lean Transformation Conference. He will discuss the value of continuous improvement and Lean in Washington State government, and how it helps us to work more efficiently and effectively to serve our fellow Washingtonians. You can read Governor Inslee's invitation to attend this year's conference here.  

 

About Governor Jay Inslee :

Jay Inslee is a fifth-generation Washingtonian who has lived and worked in urban and rural communities on both sides of the state. He grew up in the Seattle area where his father, Frank, was a high school teacher and coach. His mother, Adele, worked as a sales clerk at Sears & Roebuck. Jay worked his way through college and graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in economics before earning his law degree at Willamette University. He and his wife, Trudi, then moved to Selah, a small town near Yakima where they raised their three sons. Jay worked as an attorney and prosecutor.

Jay first became involved in public service in 1985 when he and Trudi helped lead the effort to build a new public high school in Selah. Motivated to fight against proposed funding cuts for rural schools, Jay went on to represent the 14th Legislative District in the state House of Representatives. He continued serving communities in the Yakima Valley when he was elected to Congress in 1992. The Inslees later moved back to the Puget Sound area where Jay was elected to Congress in 1998, serving until 2012 when he was elected governor. He was re-elected in 2016 & 2020.

During his time in Congress, Jay became known as a forward-thinking leader, especially on issues of clean energy and the environment. He co-wrote a book, "Apollo's Fire: Igniting America's Clean-Energy Economy," about a national program to fight climate change through clean energy innovation and job-creation.

 

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