King County Council Update: Women's History Month

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King County Councilmember Reagan Dunn

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Dear Friends and Neighbors,

Since 1998, King County has observed March as Women’s History Month. This month is an opportunity to recognize the countless ways that women have bettered our society. They have strengthened our economy; enriched our arts; dedicated themselves to public service; and been pioneers in fields such as science, tech, and business.

As our communities celebrated International Women's Day this past Wednesday, I reflected on the lasting impact of my mother, the late former Congresswoman Jennifer Dunn, who broke glass ceilings multiple times during her career—even while being a single mother to my brother and me. I also felt a deep gratitude that, because of the work of so many women before her, my daughter will grow up in a world that gives her so much opportunity to thrive. 

Thank you to Councilmembers Kohl-Welles, Balducci, and Perry for leading the Council in recognizing Women's History Month in King County at this week's meeting. I was honored to join the celebration of women's many meaningful accomplishments in every sphere of life.

All my best,

Councilmember Reagan Dunn Signature

Reagan Dunn
King County Councilmember
District 9

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