Our Advocacy Board meets quarterly to review strategy and discuss actions necessary to achieve our goals relative to improving our region’s workforce, infrastructure and business environment. By helping our region speak with one voice, we believe we can exert greater influence on public policy, and ultimately, make Snohomish County a better place to live and do business.
For more information about EASC’s Advocacy program, our priorities, or how your company can get involved with the Advocacy Board, please contact Glenn Coil at 425.248.4214 or GlennC@economicalliancesc.org.
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