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Few states in the nation are as culturally, economically, politically, and geographically diverse as Washington. Those differences often generate what appears to be an insurmountable divide. Yet, since 1973, Humanities Washington has shown in profound and poignant ways our commonality as a people. Regardless of where we live, Asotin or Neah Bay, Ilwaco or Metaline Falls, we share the same dreams for a better world for ourselves and our descendants. The programs of Humanities Washington remind us of those common dreams.

Quintard Taylor
Scott and Dorothy Bullitt Professor of American History University of Washington
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Board of Trustees

Humanities Washington's Board of Trustees

Humanities Washington is governed by a board of trustees who represent the many key constituencies crucial to our work: museums, heritage organizations, universities, scholarly organizations, professional groups, schools, foundations, and corporations. 

One in six trustees are appointed by the Governor, and the remainder elected from nominations submitted by partners and the general public. Members are drawn from across Washington and represent the racial, ethnic, and cultural diversity of the state. Trustees are elected for renewable three-year terms, serve on at least two committees, and generally have a history of engagement with Humanities Washington. 

Nominations may be submitted to Executive Director Julie Ziegler.

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