Commissioner Levy is an attorney who practices business law, estate planning and real estate law. She completed her undergraduate work at Washington State University in 2003 and graduated from Gonzaga University School of Law in 2010. Commissioner Levy gained experience working in larger law firms in the region before starting her own firm in Spokane in 2015.
Alicia Levy, Chair
Julia Patterson, Vice-Chair
Commissioner Patterson is a former member of the Metropolitan King County Council, Washington State Senate, Washington State House of Representatives and the SeaTac City Council. Her public service career spans nearly three decades.
Sarah Lawson, Commissioner
Commissioner Lawson is an enrolled member of the Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska. She is an attorney with Schwabe, Williamson and Wyatt in Seattle working with tribal governments and tribal entities. Her areas of practice include Native American law. She frequently advises companies doing business in Indian Country and works with tribes and tribal members on estate planning and probate matters.
Bud Sizemore, Commissioner
Commissioner Sizemore is a former Mayor Pro Tempore and member of the Covington City Council, and Legislative Liaison for the Washington State Council of Fire Fighters. He is a retired fire fighter from the Kent Fire Department Regional Fire Authority.
Kristine Reeves, Commissioner
Commissioner Reeves served as a Washington State Representative from 2017-2019. She was the first African American woman elected to the Washington State House in 18 years and the only woman in the legislature with children under 5. She resigned in 2019 to run for Congress in WA-10. After coming in a strong 3rd in her primary, Commissioner Reeves went on to serve as the Washington Senior Advisor for the Biden-Harris campaign. Commissioner Reeves lives with her husband, Camron, and their two elementary age children in Federal Way, WA.