This is a list of the Jan. 2003 State of Washington Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs employees and their job title and salaries. (2011, 3 multiple job employees (includes 0 duplicates) (2007, 1 employees) (2005, 2 employees) (2003, 3 employees) (2001, 3 employees) (1999, 4 employees) (1997, 3 employees)

In January 1972, Governor Evans created The Governor's Asian Advisory Council by executive order. On February 26, 1974, the 43rd Washington State Legislature formally created The State of Washington Commission on Asian American Affairs as a state agency. On April 17, 1995, Governor Mike Lowry signed a bill to change the Commission's name to The State of Washington Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs to include Pacific Islanders. The Commissionís 28 year history marks a legacy of advocacy, community education and outreach, as well as interagency and community collaborations to improve the well-being of the Asian Pacific American communities. The Commission has an Advisory Board made up of 12 Governor-appointed Commissioners representing the state's rich Asian Pacific American diversity. The Commissioners advise the Governor and state and local public officials about issues that concern the Asian Pacific American community. Each Commissioner serves a three-year term and may serve for two consecutive terms. The Commissionís headquarters is in Olympia and has no other offices. The Commission has one paid Executive Director and one paid Executive Assistant. The Commissionís operating budget in the 2005-07 budget period was approximately $520,000. The Commission also receives gifts, grants and endowments from public or private sources for the use or benefit of the Commission and to expend, without appropriation, the same or any income from the gifts, grants or endowments according to their terms.
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2003 State of Washington Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs List of Employees, Job Title and Salary

January 25, 2005 Personnel Detail
Comm on Asian Pacific Amer Affairs (2003, 3 employees)

March 31, 2004 note: I have replaced the first letter of first name of each person, with a *.

Name              Job Title         Salary(monthly or hourly
MINATO, *YAN JASON	Not Provided	2765	

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