The purpose of the Legislative & Professional Standards Committee is to provide WFOA members with information regarding proposed legislation and changes in governmental accounting and auditing standards. It also strives to encourage participation in state and federal legislative processes and provide technical resources for the implementation of adopted standards.
See the Legislative & Professional Standards Committee Charter for more information.
Stacie Tellers (Committee Chair), Senior Accountant, City of Olympia
Brad Posenjak, Chief Deputy Auditor, Chelan County
Bret D. Brodersen, Finance Director, City of Centralia
Chase Donnelly, Accounting Supervisor, City of Federal Way
Cindy McClelland, Administrative Program Manager, Pierce County
Dan Speigle, Deputy Director/Corporations & Charities Division, Secretary of State
Debra Burleson, Washington State Auditor’s Office
Jack Broyles, Finance Manager, Woodinville Water District
Leo Kim, Port Auditor-Finance Manager, Port of Chehalis
Mike Bailey, Finance Director, City of Redmond
Mitchell Kelly, Senior Management Analyst, Clark County
Serena Dolly, Government Relations Analyst, AWC
If you are interested in getting involved with the Legislative & Professional Standards Committee or if you have any related information to share please contact Stacie Tellers.
This committee does not have regularly scheduled meetings. The committee teleconferences at least twice a year to discuss legislative and professional standards updates, typically in early February and December.
The Legislative & Professional Standards Committee is a great way to keep up on rules and regulations as well as connect with others in your profession.