Representative June Robinson was appointed to represent the 38th Legislative District in December 2013, and elected to retain the seat 2014. She currently serves on four legislative committees: Finance (Vice Chair), Community Development, Housing & Tribal Affairs (Vice Chair), Health Care & Wellness, and Appropriations.
The representative grew up on a dairy farm in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Delaware. She later earned a master’s degree in public health from the University of Michigan.
Rep. Robinson’s commitment to public service began on the international level right after her undergraduate college work. She joined the Peace Corps and spent three years in rural Jamaica working as a public-health nutritionist.
Currently, Rep. Robinson works at Public Health Seattle & King County as a Program Manager in the Chronic Disease & Injury Prevention Section.
Formerly, she was a program director, and later a volunteer board member, for Migrant Health Promotion, a national organization that strives to alleviate health disparities in rural and disenfranchised communities. She also worked as a medical clinic manager and director of planning and program management at the Community Health Center of Snohomish County.
Recently, she served as the executive director of the Housing Consortium of Everett and Snohomish County. Rep. Robinson also served on the board of the Washington Low Income Housing Alliance.
She has volunteered with United Way of Snohomish County and in Everett Public Schools.
Rep. Robinson lives in Everett where her and her husband, Hilbert, raised their two (now grown) sons, Colin and Garret.
This afternoon Rep. June Robinson (D-Everett) spoke to lawmakers, labor and business leaders, parents, and other paid leave advocates at the Washington State Capitol steps a few minutes before heading to the State Reception Room for the historic bill signing...
OLYMPIA – Late Friday evening, Washington lawmakers passed a historic bipartisan legislation that will provide paid family and medical leave benefits to working Washingtonians. The bill is the result of months of negotiations among legislators, the Washington Working Families Coalition...
OLYMPIA – On Tuesday, May 16, 2017, Governor Inslee signed House Bill 1234, which will allow women to receive 12 months of birth control at one time, giving women greater and more consistent access to birth control. The bill, sponsored...
Legislative News from Rep. June Robinson (D-Everett) OLYMPIA – A bill to bring more transparency to prescription drug price increases passed the House today on a 52-46 vote. Rep. June Robinson (D-Everett) sponsored this bill after hearing stories of sudden...
OLYMPIA—The House of Representatives passed a package of bills today that will make a difference in the lives of many Washington women. Some of the issues in these bills have gone through the legislative process in the House before only...
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