WA delegation at national summit on paid sick days and paid family leave

Members of the Washington State delegation to the 2012 National Summit on Paid Sick Days and Paid Family Leave. From left to right: Anders Ibsen, Tacoma City Councilmember; Makini Howell, Seattle restauranteur and chef; Marilyn Watkins, EOI Policy Director; Tasha West-Baker, UFCW 21 member and steward; Tatsuko Go Hollo, EOI Policy Associate; Debbie Carlsen, LGBTQ Allyship

Members of Washington’s delegation to the 2012 National Summit on Paid Sick Days and Paid Family Leave are now in the “other” Washington to study best practices and lessons for paid sick days and paid family leave campaigns.

Tomorrow they’ll spend the day visiting members of Washington’s congressional delegation to educate them about the importance of promoting healthy families and responsible business practices – like paid family leave and paid sick days!

Follow #workfamilysummit on Twitter to learn more.

 

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