Executive Constantine names Casey Sixkiller as Chief Operating Officer 

In naming Casey Sixkiller to his senior leadership team, King County Executive Dow Constantine added an experienced leader and public policy expert with strong ties across the region. Sixkiller is founder and managing partner of his own public affairs firm in Washington, D.C.  “I am thrilled to have Casey join our team. His background and experience will bring a…

Employee receives workplace support, creates amazing video project 

Valuing King County employees means listening to their concerns and providing opportunities.  When employees are interested in advancing their careers, it’s important to be attentive to their needs and together discover a way to address them. The Investing In YOU initiative helps identify the tools and support employees’ needs to innovate, achieve their career goals and ultimately do…

Chief deputy of King County Sheriff’s Office featured in national magazine 

Chief deputy Jim Pugel is featured in a recent article by the Pew Charitable Trusts entitled Law Enforcement Veteran Offers New Perspective on Policing.  “I was taught to catch the bad guys and put them in jail and then go out and do it all over again.”  The article discusses criminal justice reform, recidivism rates, the LEAD program here in King County and…

New employee grateful for fresh start after hurricane 

The Bellevue Reporter recently featured Rafael Muñoz-Cintrón who, with his family, left the devastation caused to Puerto Rico by Hurricane Maria, to begin a new life in Bellevue. Less than two months after arriving in King County, Rafael successfully applied for a Legal Secretary position with the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office. “We thank God every day we were able to…