Director, Washington State Governor's Office of Regulatory Assistance
Faith L. Lumsden's career in public service includes working in land use planning, environmental permitting, and organizational development, as well as current work on a technology initiative to integrate municipal and state licensing, permitting, and tax collection systems.
Prior to accepting her
position in the Governor's Office, Ms. Lumsden
managed a private consulting practice that focused on land use planning, development permitting, and regulatory compliance.
Faith has a BSc in Agricultural Economics and Business Management from the University of California in Davis.
She earned her JD from the University of Washington and is a member of the Washington State Bar.
As director of the Governor's Office of Regulatory Assistance, Ms. Lumsden leads a wide range of collaborative efforts between state, federal, and local agencies to improve and simplify processes, and assist those who must interact with the State regulatory system.