Bob Hasegawa

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Prefers Democratic Party Washington

State House (Washington 11 Position 2)

Home: Beacon Hill, Washington

Education: BA, Labor Relations/Organizational and Social Change, Antioch University, 2003 AA, Labor Studies, Shoreline Community College, 1984 Attended, Physics, University of Washington, 1970-1974

Profession: Organizational Development Coordinator, Teamsters Local 174, 2004 Interim Executive Director, Center for Social Justice, 2003-2004 Human Rights Commissioner, International Teamsters, 1993-1998 Chapter Organizer, Teamsters for a Democratic Union, 1980-1991

Political: Representative, Washington State House of Representatives, 2005-present Candidate, Washington State House of Representatives, District 11-2, 2004

Congressional Membership: Former Chair, King County Solid Waste Oversight Committee, 1999-2000 Member, Governor's Blue Ribbon Committee on Future Recycling in Washington State, 1999 State Transportation Organization and Policy, Governor's Transition Team

Organization Membership: Board of Directors, Center for Social Justice, 2003-present Board of Visitors, University of Washington Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies, 2003-present Advisory Board Member, Community Alliance for Global Justice, 2001-present National Executive Board, Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance, American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organization, 1994-present Executive Board Member, King County Labor Council, American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organization, 1992-2001 Secretary-Treasurer, Teamsters Local 174, 1992-2001 Trustee, Teamster Construction Industry Health and Welfare Trust Fund, 1994-1997 Executive Board Member/Trustee, King County Labor Agency, 1992-1995 Executive Board, Seattle Chapter, Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance Member, Teamsters United Parcel Service National Negotiating Committee Board Member/Workers' Rights Board Liaison, Washington State Jobs with Justice


Administrative Rules Review

Audit Review and Oversight

Economic Development and International Relations


Higher Education


Technology, Energy and Communications

Trade Policy


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