Connie Michener - IPMA Board Member (2013 - )
Connie Michener has over 25 years of executive state government and non-profit experience. Connie has been appointed by three governors to serve as a Commissioner on the Judicial Conduct Commission and is also employed as a Senior IT Management Consultant for the Washington State Chief Information Officer. Her extensive background in state government includes service with Governor Booth Gardner for seven years in a variety of positions, as an Executive Policy Advisor to the Director of the Department of Revenue, and as an Executive Director for Washington's K20 Education Network prior to pursuing a career in information technology.
Michener has also been active in the local community as a volunteer and leader with the South Sound YMCA Board of Directors, Adopt-a-Soldier Program, and Center for Women in Democracy. Along with her husband, she founded an economic development non-profit in Cambodia to assist rural villages.
Connie attended the John F. Kennedy School of Government for Senior Executives and earned her Masters of Public Administration degree from the University of Washington. She is also certified in Mediation, Project Management, Change Management and Quality Management.