Governor Evans and Governor Gregoire

A conversation with

Governor Evans &
Governor Gregoire

An intimate discussion on how our society can build the common good in divided times.

January 13th, 2022 · 3:00 - 3:45 PM PT

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About the Event

Is it possible to find common ground in such polarized times? Two former Washington state Governors, one a Republican, the other a Democrat, join Tim Gaydos, CEO of Together Washington, for an intimate discussion and share roadmaps, and valuable insights how our society can build the common good in divided times.

Join former Governors Christine Gregoire (D) and Dan Evans (R), who collectively led the state of Washington for 20 years between them.

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Tim Gaydos

Our Host

Tim Gaydos

A native of the Pacific Northwest, Tim Gaydos is passionate about serving the city of Seattle, and the state of Washington, and building meaningful relationships with people in this great city and state.

Through his collaborations and networking with governmental, faith and civic institutions, as well as local businesses and nonprofit organizations, Tim is a well-known and recognized leader who strives to create open conversations to bring purposeful change.

Christine Gregoire

Our Guest

Christine Gregoire

Christine Gregoire served as Washington’s 22nd Governor from 2004 to 2013 and was a tireless champion for the people of the state, their livelihoods and the communities in which they reside. Within her first 100 days in office, Governor Gregoire laid out ambitious plans to overhaul the state’s education system to help students build a better future. The Governor led the push for funding for all-day kindergarten, starting in districts with the greatest concentration of low-income students.

Daniel Jackson Evans

Our Guest

Daniel Jackson Evans

Daniel J. Evans ranks as one of the most distinguished leaders in the history of the State of Washington. Perhaps best known as governor from 1965–1977, he has demonstrated a lifelong commitment to public service. He became governor of the State of Washington in 1965, ultimately serving an unprecedented three consecutive terms. He was recognized as “One of the Ten Outstanding Governors in the 20th Century” (University of Michigan study, 1981).

About Our Mission

Together Washington is a movement of diverse people who seek to strengthen the common good in the state of Washington by working to build connective tissue between its diverse stakeholders (primarily between leaders in Government, Business, Faith and Non-Profit communities), establishing community efficacy, and reduce barriers between people to create a region/state where everyone can achieve their full potential without fear of exclusion - all of which is necessary not only to create a place where freedom, justice, respect for others, and strong community is celebrated, but to reach solutions on critical issues that impact all of us.