This is a list of the 2005 State of Washington Governor employees and their job title and salaries. (2011, 78 multiple job employees (includes 5 duplicates) (2009, 69 employees) (2007, 81 employees) (2005, 73 employees) (2003, 79 employees) (2001, 80 employees) (1999, 76 employees) (1997, 69 employees) (1995, 43 employees)

The Office of the Governor engages in eight separate activities. Executive Operations for the Governorís Office The Governor is the chief executive officer of the state, responsible for the overall administration of the affairs of the state of Washington. The Office of the Governor includes staff members who assist the Governor with administrative support, communicating with the public, and representing the Governorís policy recommendations to the Legislature. Economic Development The Governor, with the recommendation of the Director of Community, Trade and Economic Development and the Economic Development Commission uses the Economic Development Strategic Reserve to invest in public infrastructure or technical assistance to prevent business closure or relocation outside the state, or to recruit business to the state. Education Ombudsman The Education Ombudsman was created to provide information and investigative services to parents, students, and others regarding their rights and responsibilities with respect to the stateís public elementary and secondary education system, and advocating on behalf of elementary and secondary students. Maintenance of the Governorís Mansion The Executive Mansion is provided by the state for the Governorís residential use and to fulfill ceremonial responsibilities. The Governorís personal expenses are the responsibility of the Governor and are not included in the mansion budget. Office of the Family and Childrenís Ombudsman The Office of the Family and Childrenís Ombudsman is responsible for investigating complaints against state agencies involving the protection of the children from abuse and neglect, and/or the provision of child welfare services. The Office researches issues facing child protective/welfare system and recommends changes for improvements. Oil Spill Advisory Council The Oil Spill Advisory Council was created for the purpose of maintaining the Stateís vigilance in oil spill prevention and improving preparedness and response. Puget Sound Water Quality Action Team The Puget Sound Water Quality Action Team coordinates the activities of state and local agencies to protect and restore the biological heath and diversity of Puget Sound for the enjoyment of, and use by, Washington citizens. The Team establishes two-year work plans and budgets that delineate state and local actions, coordinates monitoring and research programs, identifies and resolves policy or rule conflicts, provides technical assistance to local governments, promotes extensive public participation, disseminates information about Puget Sound and assesses and reports on the successes and opportunities for improvements of each two-year work plan. Salmon Recovery Office The Governorís Salmon Recovery Office was established by the Legislature through the Salmon Recovery Planning Act. The Salmon Officeís role is to coordinate and produce a statewide salmon strategy, assist in the development of regional salmon recovery plans, secure current and future funding for local, regional and state recovery efforts and provide the biennial State of Salmon report to the Legislature. The Governorís headquarters is in Olympia. The Governor also has offices in Seattle, Vancouver, Spokane and Washington D.C. During 2006, the Agency had 77 employees. The appropriation for the Agency was approximately $12.6 million for the biennium.
The above information is from the State Auditors (Audit Report Search) webpage

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2005 State of Washington Governor List of Employees, Job Title and Salary

(Christine Gregoire is not listed as governor because this information came out in late december, before she officially became governor.)

Name                                 Job Title               Salary(monthly or hourly)
ACK, BRADLEY L			CHAIR			6833	   
ALKIRE, WILLIAM A			LEGISLATIVE DIR			8833	   
ANDERSON, KEVIN A			WMS BAND 2			4539	   
AVERILL, DANIEL K			ENVIRON SCIENTST			4000	   
BEALE, HARRIET G			O&I PROGRAM MGR			5110	   
BIERY, NANCY R			DIR EXT AFFAIRS			7750	   
BRACE, SARAH T			SCIENCE LIAISON			4250	   
BRETT, KENNETH F			SR CORRESP ANYLS			3245	   
CAMBALIK, JOHN J			LOCAL LIAISON			4305	   
CAMPBELL, KAREN T			EXEC APPT ANLYST			3749	   
CHARLES, MARY			MANSION COORD			5202	   
CHRISTIAN, TERESA			ADMIN ASSISTANT			2900	   
CLARK, DENNIS B			EXEC POL ADV			4230	   
CLARK, KELLI A			EXEC SCHEDULER			4407	   
CRISS, ANNE L			ENV ED CONTR ADM			3650	   
CULVERWELL, HILARY S			LOCAL LIAISON			4165	   
DANLEY, BERTHA MICHE			PUB LIAS OFFICER			3673	   
DEMEYER, SCOTT M			INF TCH SYS SP 3			2217	   
DOHRMANN, JOHN D			POLICY DIRECTOR			6416	   
DOWD, PATRICK K			OMBUDSMAN			5784	   
DROSCHER, TONI W			GRAPHIC DESIGNER			3273	   
FAGERGREN, DUANE C			DEPUTY DIRECTOR			6353	   
FARLEY, L MARY			CORRESP EDITOR			3757	   
FITZSIMMONS, TOM			CHIEF OF STAFF			10889	   
FRANK, LESLIE A			ADM SVCS MGR			4541	   
FULWILER, KYLE D			MANSION COOK			28.33	   
GETCHELL, MARY A			COMMUN MANAGER			4626	   
GLASOE, STUART D			WMS BAND 2			4751	   
GOODY, BARBARA J			CONF. SECRETARY			4308	   
GRAYS, DAISY			CORRESP ANALYST			2997	   
GREEN-SISTRUNK, CARO			CORRESPOND ANAL			1499	   
HEINEMANN, BRENT A			ADMINISTRATOR			6676	   
HUGHES, SANDRA D			CORRESP ANALYST			3542	   
HULL, TERRY			LEGISLATIVE LIAS			4811	   
HULTMAN, SHELBY L			LEGL AFFAIRS AST			4059	   
HUYNH, THI A			LEGAL INTERN			3000	   
ISAKI, PAUL			SPEC AST GOV-BUS			8500	   
JOLY, JENNIFER A			GENERAL COUNSEL			8542	   
KENDRICK, BARBARA J			CONST SVCS MGR			4914	   
KENDRICK, KIRSTEN M			DPTY COMM DIR			6181	   
KIM, ANNA			COMMUN SPEC			4313	   
KNACKSTEDT, MARY L			ENVIRON EDU SPEC			4358	   
KUPER, GLENN G			CORRESP EDITOR			4934	   
LANDINO, ELLEN M			EXEC ASST TO GOV			5202	   
LIDREN, STEPHANIE A			DIR ADMIN SERV			4473	   
LOCKE, GARY F			GOVERNOR			12094	   
LONG, JACQUELINE C			EXEC RECEPTIONST			2852	   
LYSHALL, LINDA			LOCAL LIASON			2730	   
MARSH III, ALFONSO M			PUB LIAS OFFICER			3906	   
MASON WILGIS, LINDA			OMBUDSMAN			5250	   
MC CURDY, MARY ANN			PUB LIAS OFFICER			3935	   
MCNALLY, RAE ANNE			SR GRAPHIC DESIN			3000	   
MEINIG, MARY B			ACT DIRECTOR OMB			6845	   
MYERS, DOUG R			WETLANDS HAB SPC			4559	   
OECHSNER, SARAH J			INFO SPC/OFF ADM			2916	   
PERKINS, GARY M			CORRESP EDITOR			3757	   
PFUNDT, BARRY W			CORRESP EDITOR			3614	   
PHILLIPS, PAMELA J			CORRESP EDITOR			3989	   
PRIGGE, DIANE L			SPEC ASST B&C			4120	   
REDMAN, SCOTT B			DIR OF PROGRAMS			5923	   
ROBERTSON, JULIE SKI			CONSTNT REL MGR			2141	   
RYAN, KYM M			EXEC ASST TO COS			5105	   
SCHAEFER, TRACIE M			EXECUTIVE RECEPT			15.38	   
SCHIEWE, KASEY A			EXC AST EXT AFRS			4113	   
STRICKLER, TIMOTHY A			GIS SPECIALIST			3500	   
SUAN, STACEY L			EXECUTIVE ASSIST			4034	   
TAYLOR, KATHERINE L			LOCAL LIASON			4457	   
WALLACE, SHARON A			COMM DIRECTOR			7083	   
WICKER, KELLY A			SPEC AST COM REL			5184	   
WILLIAMS, ADALGISA			ADMIN ASST			2874	   
WOLFSON, STEVEN N			OMBUDSMAN			4833	   
WOODS, JULIE B			CORRESP ANLYST			2517	   
WULKAN, BRUCE T			WMS BAND 2			4751	 
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