Hispanic Affairs, Commission on
Improves public policy development and the delivery of government services to the Hispanic community by serving in an advisory capacity to the Governor, state legislature, and local agencies on issues impacting the Hispanic community. The Commission was created by a Governor's Executive Order and established in a statute in 1971 and started as a strong grassroots movement that works within the framework of state legislation.
|Policy Area||General Government|
|Total Board Positions||11|
|Statutory Authority||RCW 43.115.030|
|Public Disclosure Required?||No|
|Senate Confirmation Required?||No|
|Compensation||Reimbursement and per diem|
|Term Length (years)||3|
|Statutory Term Limits||No member shall serve more than two full consecutive terms|
Member Requirements: Balanced representation based on the Hispanic population distribution within the state, geographic considerations, gender, age, and occupation. No member may serve more than two full consecutive terms.