Rep. June Robinson’s Biography

Rep. June Robinson was elected in 2014 and represents the 38th Legislative District.

Rep. Robinson has received legislative seats on the Community Development, Housing & Tribal Affairs (vice chair), Finance, and Health Care & Wellness committees.

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 and King County, managing community health worker programs that address chronic disease self-management for people living with asthma and diabetes.

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 and her husband, Hilbert, live in Everett. Their two sons, Colin and Garret, are college students.