Youth Action Day in Olympia

Lt. Governor Owen speaks to members of the Legislative Youth Advisory Council and dozens of other young people during a Youth Action Day in the state capital on Jan. 26. Here the lieutenant governor listens to a student question following his remarks to the group.

UW Pharmacy Students Learn from Lt. Governor

Donned in their white smocks, pharmacy students from the University of Washington spent a day at the Capitol on Jan. 26 to learn legislative processes. Lt. Governor Owen was invited to present his perspectives on legislative effectiveness.

Celebrating National Mentoring Month>>

Lt. Governor Owen joined members of the Boys and Girls Club of Washington, Big Sisters and Big Brothers and Mentoring Works Washington at a Jan. 19 rally for National Mentoring Month in the Capitol Rotunda. Gov. Jay Inslee issued a proclamation, which Lt. Gov. Owen read as part of his remarks.

Snohomish County Deputy is Law Enforcement Officer of the Year>>

Lt. Governor Owen presents Snohomish County Deputy Glen Bergstrom with the Washington Association of Police and Sheriff Association Law Enforcement Officer of the Year award at a ceremony in Olympia on Feb. 16. Bergstrom was honored for his work on the SR 530 mudslide. At left is association President Craig Bulkley.

Youth Rally in Capitol for National Mentoring Month >>

Lt. Governor Owen with Ricky, 12, of Tacoma, after listening to the gubernatorial proclamation of January as National Mentoring Month.

Meet Reina Almon, our session intern>>

Eastern Washington University student Reina Almon has joined our team for the 2015 Legislative Session as our intern.

Go Pack Go? Heck no!

With the Seahawks defeating the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship playoff, Lt. Governor Owen received cheese, brats, and beer from Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch of Wisconsin.

 

Meet Reina Almon, our session intern

Reina Almon, a senior at Eastern Washington University with plans to go on to law school this fall, has joined the Office of Lt. Governor as our intern for the legislative session.

Youth rally in Capitol for National Mentoring Month

A crowd of students across the state gathered in the rotunda Monday morning in honor of National Mentoring Month Advocacy Day, put on by Mentoring Works Washington (MWW). The mission of MWW

Christina Pennella serves as page in state Senate

Christina Pennella of Olympia served as a page in the Washington State Senate during the week of Jan. 12.  Lt. Gov. Brad Owen sponsored Christina’s weeklong experience in the Legislature. “It was a pleasure

Lt. Governor visits Lynnwood, billed as ‘a city on the move’

Lt. Governor Owen took a tour of the City of Lynnwood on Dec. 17, first meeting with Mayor Nicola Smith and several of her department heads at City Hall then walking to