Biography

Rep. Vandana Slatter represents the 48th Legislative district, including parts of Bellevue, Redmond, Kirkland and all of Clyde Hill, Medina, Yarrow Point and Hunts Point. She currently serves on the Education Committee, the Health Care and Wellness Committee and the Technology and Economic Development Committee.

Vandana is a health care professional with over 20 years of experience in clinical pharmacy and the biotech industry, with four years on the Washington State Board of Pharmacy.

In addition to her work in health care, Vandana comes to the House having served as a member of the Bellevue City Council, where she supported efforts to improve the health, safety and quality of life for all.

Always deeply involved in her community, Vandana has served as trustee of the Overlake Hospital Foundation and a board member for NARAL Pro-Choice Washington Foundation, the Children’s Institute for Learning Differences and Farmer Frog.

Vandana holds a Pharm. D. and M.P.A. from the University of Washington. She and her family, her husband Greg and their son, have called Bellevue home since 2003.

News

  • MEDIA ADVISORY: Town Hall Meeting with 48th Legislative District Lawmakers | News - February 12, 2018
    Who: Rep Joan McBride, Rep. Vandana Slatter, and Sen. Patty Kuderer, the 48th Legislative District lawmakers representing part of eastern King County, including areas of Kirkland, Bellevue, and Redmond. What: Town hall meeting with 48th Legislative District constituents. When: 10:30... READ MORE
  • State House passes bill to address the cost of treating illness | News - February 8, 2018
    OLYMPIA – The Washington State House of Representatives has passed a bill protecting patients from excess medication charges by ensuring transparency at the pharmacy. The Affordable Medication for Patients Act, sponsored by Rep. Vandana Slatter (D-48, Bellevue), prohibits contracts that... READ MORE
  • State House passes Link Air legislation to develop hybrid and electric aircraft | News - February 7, 2018
    OLYMPIA – The Washington State House of Representatives has passed the Link Air Act, which seeks to set goals for hybrid-electric and electric aircraft in Washington. HB 2295, sponsored by Rep. Vandana Slatter (D-48, Bellevue) establishes a workgroup that will... READ MORE
  • Welcome to the 2018 Legislative Session | E-newsletters - January 18, 2018
    Last week we kicked off the 2018 Legislative Session!  I am excited to be back in Olympia, and I look forward to continuing to advocate for policies that will make a difference in our district and around the state. During... READ MORE
  • A Final Update on the Legislative Session | E-newsletters - July 1, 2017
    Hello friends and neighbors, It has been an honor to represent you this year, and I look forward to continuing to work for the needs of our district and our state. I hope you’ll take a few minutes to read... READ MORE
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    Contact

    Olympia Address:
    JLOB 336
    PO Box 40600
    Olympia, WA
    98504-0600

    (360) 786-7936
    Email Vandana

    District Office:
    1611 116th Ave NE
    Suite 206
    Bellevue, WA 98004

    (425) 453-6424

    Legislative Assistant:
    Taemin Um
    Email: Taemin.Um@leg.wa.gov

    Toll-free Hotline:
    1-800-562-6000
    1-800-635-9993 (TTY)

    Committees:
    Education
    Health Care & Wellness
    Technology & Economic Development

    For Press Inquiries:
    Phil Olafsen, Session Aide
    (360) 786-7170
    Phil.Olafsen@leg.wa.gov

    For broadcast-quality audio or TV/radio interviews:
    Dan Frizzell, Broadcast Coordinator
    (360) 786-7208
    Dan.Frizzell@leg.wa.gov

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