Jocelyn McCabe, APR
Vice President, Communications
Most recent releases:
- Dec. 5, 2013: Study: Technology Not Available to Meet Proposed Water Quality Standards
- Nov. 25, 2013: MEDIA ADVISORY: Capitol Set to Sparkle with Dec. 6 Tree Lighting Ceremony
- Nov. 14, 2013: Nelson Joins AWB as Government Affairs Director
- Nov. 6, 2013: AWB Statement on 777X Special Session
- Oct. 25, 2013: AWB Honors Top Washington Manufacturers
- Oct. 18, 2013: MEDIA ADVISORY: AWB to Host Manufacturing Summit Oct. 25.
- Oct. 8, 2013: AWB Names Kris Johnson as New President
AWB in the News
- Washington State Wire: Without Fanfare, L&I Gets Set to Hike Worker-Comp Rates 2.7 Percent – Next Year’s Battle Will be Fought on Different Grounds
- Columbia Basin Herald: AWB leaders meet Basin business community
- Everett Herald: Eyman’s I-517 may have lost him key support in future
- Washington State Wire: Business Community Pushes ‘Paymaster’ Bill in Waning Days of Session – Sleeper Issue is Worth Millions to Corporations
- The Seattle Times: Guest: Grow the economy with immigration reform
- The Spokesman-Review: GMO labeling campaign money mostly from outside state
- Columbia Basin Herald: Simplot honored for green-friendly efforts
- The News Tribune: Teachers union, businesses take fight to radio
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Formed in 1904, the Association of Washington Business is Washington’s oldest and largest statewide business association, and includes more than 8,100 members representing 700,000 employees. AWB serves as both the state’s chamber of commerce and the manufacturing and technology association, and is one of two chambers in the country accredited with distinction by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
While its membership includes major employers like Boeing, Microsoft and Weyerhaeuser, 90 percent of AWB members employ fewer than 100 people. More than half of AWB’s members employ fewer than 10.