Established in 2000 by the King County Executive and the Mayor of Seattle, the WDC oversees employment programs and initiatives, serving thousands of King County youth, adults and businesses each year.

 
 

Meet the Board

WDC Sectors Project Manager, Sasha Nollman, celebrates the WorkSource Business Services team with WDC Board members at the February full board meeting earlier this year. 

WDC Sectors Project Manager, Sasha Nollman, celebrates the WorkSource Business Services team with WDC Board members at the February full board meeting earlier this year. 

The WDC board is a committed, active group of private sector leaders, members of local labor groups, youth and adult education, as well as state and local government agencies. Several committees meet five times a year to discuss the WDC's budget, industry and employment grants, proposals and more. 

Meet the WDC Board ›

Annual Report

WDC Staff

WDC staff Project Managers facilitate discussions among King County Aerospace Alliance members. L to R: Cruz  Gallegos (Youth Programs), Danielle  Wallace (Policy), and Min Song (WorkSource).

WDC staff Project Managers facilitate discussions among King County Aerospace Alliance members. L to R: Cruz  Gallegos (Youth Programs), Danielle  Wallace (Policy), and Min Song (WorkSource).

Workforce Development Council of Seattle-King County is lead by Chief Executive Officer Marlena Sessions who supports a team of directors, project managers and grant support staff.  

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