Roger Goodman

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Prefers Democratic Party Washington

State House (Washington 45 Position 1)

Family: Wife: Liv; 2 Children.

Home: Kirkland, Washington

Education: MPA, Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government, 1998 JD, The George Washington University School of Law, 1986 AB, Dartmouth College, 1983 Visiting Research Associate, University of the Witwatersrand, 1981

Profession: Chief of Staff, United States Representative Rick Boucher, 1993-1995 Legislative Director/Counsel, United States Representative Bob Wise, 1989-1993 Legal Staff, Democratic National Committee, 1988 Attorney, Tillinghast, Collins and Graham, 1986-1988

Political: Representative, Washington State House of Representatives, 2006-present.

Congressional Membership: Chair, Joint Legislative Affairs and Public Advocacy Committee, King County Mental Health Advisory Board, King County, present Member, King County Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Administrative Board, present Member, National Association of Sentencing Commissions Board, 1999-2000 Member, Washington State Law and Justice Advisory Council, 1998-2000 Executive Director, Washington State Sentencing Guidelines Commission, 1998-2000

Organization Membership: Standing Committee, Substance Abuse Advisory Committee, American Bar Association, present Criminal Justice Policy Consultant, King County Bar Association, present Member, Kirkland Heritage Society, 2003-present Volunteer Attorney, Eastside Legal Clinic, 2001-present Kirkland-Redmond Unit Leader, League of Women Voters, 2000-present Board Member, Norkirk Neighborhood Association, 2004 President, Lakeview Neighborhood Association, 2001-2003 Member, King County Bar Association Board Member, Marie Institute Member, Metropolitan Democratic Club Charter Board Member, Rainier Institute Rotary Club, University District Member, University District, Rotary Club Member, Washington State Bar Association Member, Washington State Public Health Association


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