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Nov 5, 2020 - 4 to 6 PM - NAMC Awards Gala
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Governor Jay Inslee, Keynote Speaker

Nov 5, 2020 04:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Jay Inslee
Governor @Washington State
Jay Inslee, Governor, Washington State, is a fifth-generation Washingtonian who grew up in the Seattle area. He first became involved in public service in 1985 when he and Trudi, his wife, helped lead the effort to build a new public high school in Selah. Motivated to fight against proposed funding cuts for rural schools, Jay went on to represent the 14th Legislative District. He continued serving communities in the Yakima Valley when he was elected to Congress in 1992. The Inslees later moved back to the Puget Sound area where Jay was elected to Congress in 1998, serving until 2012 when he was successfully elected governor. Jay was re-elected in 2016.
Roger Millar
Secretary @WA State Dept. of Transportation
Roger Millar joined the Washington State Department of Transportation as Deputy Secretary in October 2015 and was appointed Secretary of Transportation in August 2016. He oversees an agency that is the steward of a complex, multimodal transportation system, and responsible for ensuring that people and goods move safely and efficiently. Millar is an experienced land use and transportation engineer, planner and program manager with an international reputation for innovative approaches to conservation and development. The prominent theme that has run through his career has been planning and implementing transportation systems that are not ends unto themselves; but rather the means toward economic vitality, environmental stewardship, social equity, public health, and aesthetic quality. His work on the Portland Streetcar and the Glenwood Springs to Aspen BRT provided communities nationwide with new modal tools. His Complete Streets leadership helped create a national movement for transport