Paull Shin

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Prefers Democratic Party Washington

State Senate (Washington 21)

Family: Wife: Donna; 2 Children

Home: Edmonds, Washington

Education: PhD, University of Washington MA, Public/International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh BA, Brigham Young University

Profession: Teaching, College Level, retired

Political: Senator, Washington State Senate, 1999-present Vice President Pro Tempore, Washington State Senate, 2001-2002, 2005, present Representative, Washington State House of Representatives, 1993-1994

Congressional Membership: Member, Blue Ribbon Study on Washington Trade Member, Governor's Commission on Asian American Affairs Member, Governor's Council on Higher Education Member, Governor's Council on International Trade Member, Governor's Small Business Improvement Council Member, Joint Legislative Committee on Economic Development Member, Joint Legislative Committee on Transportation Member, Joint Legislative Committee on Veteran and Military Affairs Vice Chair, Senate Economic Development, Trade and Innovation Committee Chair, Senate International Relations Subcommittee

Organization Membership: Board Member, Asian American Political Action Civic Affairs Board Member, Cascade Bank Board Member, Children's Deaconess Services Board Member, Economic Opportunity Council Board Member, International Trade Fair Board Member, KIRO Radio President, Northwest Region of Korean Americans Board Member, Snohomish County Boy Scouts Board Member, United Way Board Member, United Nations Dolman Society Member, University of Washington Friends of the Library Board Member, Washington State Boy Scouts Board Member, World Association of Children and Parents Board Member, Young Men's Christian Association

Committees:

Agriculture and Rural Economic Development

Economic Development and International Relations

Economic Development, Trade and Innovation

Higher Education and Workforce Development

Trade Policy

Veterans' and Military Affairs

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