updated March 1, 2019)
Candidate Jay Inslee timeline
Campaign Manager Aisling Kerins
Principal at AK Consulting from Jan. 2017. Campaign manager on Gov. Inslee's 2016 re-election, Oct. 2015-Dec. 2016. Director of external relations to Gov. Inslee, Jan. 2013-Oct. 2015. Deputy campaign manager on Jay Inslee for Washington, Jan.-Nov. 2012. Campaign director on Suzan DelBene for Congress, Jan.-Nov. 2010. Campaign director for No on I-1033, June-Nov. 2009. GOTV director for MoveOn.org, March 2008-June 2009. Associate and interim executive director at Futurewise, Jan. 2007-March 2008. Campaign director for No on I-933, Jan. 2005-Nov. 2006. Field director for Yes on 297, June 2004-Dec. 2005. Field director at WashPIRG, Aug. 2000-June 2004. B.A. in English, art history from University of Richmond, 2000.
(reported by Politico
Feb. 28. 2019) Executive vice
president for political strategy for NextGen Climate for five
years. [gap] Deputy CEO for intergovernmental relations for
the 2008 Democratic National Convention Committee, announced April 12,
2007) Partner at Hilltop Public Solutions in Washington,
DC. Campaign manager on Jim Pederson for U.S. Senate in Arizona
in Fall 2006. California state director on Kerry-Edwards 2004,
Inc.. Deputy campaign manager/political director for Sen. John
Edwards' presidential primary campaign (announcement that she had
joined the campaign came in March 2003) then ran his One America
Committee. COO and political director of EdVoice, a California
education and advocacy organization. In the 2000 campaign she was
California state director for the Gore primary campaign, and Western
Regional Political Director for the Gore/Lieberman campaign.
Prior to the campaign she was Western political director for Leadership
'98, Gore's leadership PAC. Gallegos worked in the White House
Office of Intergovernmental Affairs. She served as deputy
political director for the Clinton/Gore '96 campaign in
California. B.A. in political science from Stanford
University. Native of Colorado.
(reported by Politico Feb. 28,
2019) Self-employed political consultant from July 2018.
Executive director of Our Oregon, July 2014-July 2018. State
representative in the Oregon Legislature from Hillsboro, Jan. 2013-Jan.
2015. Self-employed political consultant (ran
the Democratic Party of Oregon's coordinated field campaign in 2012,
ran school bond campaigns, the re-election campaign for Oregon's
Attorney General, a Portland City Council campaign, and more), June
2011. Executive director of the (Oregon) Senate Democratic
Leadership Fund, Oct. 2009-Dec. 2010. Special assistant to the
Attorney General of Oregon, Jan.-Oct. 2010. National field
director on Work for Progress, June-Nov. 2008. B.A. in English
language and literature from University of Oregon, 1998. twitter
2019) Communications director at the Democratic Governors'
Association for the 2018 and 2016 cycles, announced Feb. 18, 2015.
Communications director to U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell for four years;
also communications advisor on Cantwell's 2012 re-election
campaign. Deputy communications director at the DSCC in Fall
2010. Campaign manager on Cal Cunningham's 2010 U.S. Senate
primary race in North Carolina. Virginia Victory 2008
communications director. Worked with the Virginia House and
Senate caucuses on the 2007 elections. Graduate of Northwestern
University. Philadelphia native. twitter
Communications Jamal Raad
(reported by Politico
2019) Political spokesman to Inslee. Communications
director for the Washington State Democratic Party from March
2015. Communications director on U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley's 2014
re-election campaign. Communications director for the Oregon
Democratic Party, March-May 20014. Press secretary/new media
director(2013-2014), deputy press secretary (2011-13), legislative
correspondent (2010-11) and stff assistant (2009-10) to Merkley.
Started out working for Merkley’s 2008 Senate campaign.
Undergraduate degree from Willamette University in Salem, Oregon.
Born and raised in Olympia, Washington. twitter
(reported by Politico
at Brougher Strategies. Deputy campaign manager fro organizing
outreach at Martin Heinrich for Senate (NM) re-election campaign,
COO at ShareProgress, 2016-17. CTO at NARAL Pro-Choice America,
2015-16. CTO at Wendy R. Davis for Governor (TX), 2013-14.
president of marketing and nonprofit sales at NGP VAN, 2012-13.
at PFAW's Front Line Leaders Academy, 2011-12. Political manager
Salsa Labs, Inc. 2010-12. Fellow at The New Leaders Council,
2010. New media communications manager at teh Democratic
Association, 2009-10. Computer education specialst at Brown
University, 2006-08. AB in political science from Brown
(reported by Politico
2019) Principal at Newman Partners "a top level consulting firm,
focused on fundraising and strategy for progressive
political campaigns in Washington state."
National Deputy Finance Director Erica Slates
(Feb. 2019) Western finance director (Mar. 2018-Feb. 2019) and Northwest finance director (Sept. 2017-Feb. 2018) at the DNC. Senior manager for donor relations at Evidence Action, Mar. 2016-Sept. 2017. Major gifts officer at Americans for Repsonsible Solutions, April 2015-Mar. 2016. Seasonal account mangare at Petel & Co., Sept.-Dec. 2014. Deputy national finance director on Hanabusa for Hawaii, May 2013-Aug. 2014. National finance assistant on McCaskill for Missouri, Feb.-Nov. 2012. B.S.F.S. from the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, 2011.
Tri-State Finance Hailee Greene
(Feb. 2019) Deputy finance director on Andrew Cuomo 2018, Nov. 2017-Feb. 2019. Development director at Ditto Consulting, Mar. 2013-Mar. 2017. Development director at Berger Hirschberg Strategies, 2011-Feb. 2013. B.A. in political science, business from Drew University, 2011.
Northern California Finance Director Daniel
(Feb. 2019) Deputy campaign manager/finance director on Harder for Congress (CA), Sept. 2017-Nov. 2018. Executive assistant in the Office of U.S. Rep. Tom O'Halleran (AZ), Jan.-Sept. 2017. Deputy finance director and call time manger on Tom O'Halleran for Congress, Dec. 2015-Sept. 2017. Bachelor's degree in physics from Arizona State University, 2015.
Jim Brunner. "Gov. Jay Inslee's 2020 presidential campaign announcement expected this week." Seattle Times, Feb. 27, 2019.
Daniel Strauss. "Washington Gov. Inslee bolsters political team with eye on 2020." Politico, Feb. 28, 2019.
- Inslee filed with the FEC to form a political action committee, Vision PAC, on Oct. 4, 2018; this was first reported in early December.
- Independent from the campaign on Feb. 21, 2019 a pro-Inslee super PAC, Act Now on Climate, launched.