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Insights into the Eastside Migration


Oct 28, 2020 11:00 AM

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Joe Fain
President and CEO @Bellevue Chamber
Joe Fain is the President and CEO of the Bellevue Chamber. He previously served two terms in the Washington State Senate, where he worked extensively on economic development, transportation, and education issues. He was a leading negotiator of Washington’s 2015 statewide transportation package. He also led the negotiations and prime-sponsored Washington’s Paid Family Leave legislation, which passed in 2017. Joe has also worked managing a boutique law and consulting firm in Seattle specializing in technology and healthcare; at the University of Washington office of technology transfer and commercialization; as a prosecutor for King County; and as Chief of Staff to a member of the King County Council. Joe was selected in 2012 as one of Puget Sound Business Journal’s 40 under 40 and was a 2017 Rodel Fellow with the Aspen Institute. He has a Joint JD/MBA from Seattle University and an undergraduate degree from the University of Washington.
Mac Cummins
Director of the Community Development Department @City of Bellevue
Mac Cummins is the Director of the Community Development Department for the City of Bellevue, WA. In this capacity, he manages a Department which includes the Divisions of Cultural and Economic Development, Planning, and Neighborhood Services, which includes Environmental Stewardship and Conflict Resolution. In Mac's role as Director, he is a member of the executive leadership team, which helps manage and run the City; and is a key advisor to the City Council on all land use and growth issues facing the City. The Department's services include Strategic Planning, Comprehensive Planning, Arts and Culture, Environmental Stewardship, Economic Development, and a host of community-building programs. The Department creates and manages key strategic initiatives, as well as creating and advising on City policy on growth, development, vision, community building, and culture.