King County Office of Labor Relations
The Office of Labor Relations negotiates, implements and administers over 80 labor agreements covering the terms of employment for the County's approximately 12,500 represented employees.
We accomplish this by negotiating agreements that contribute to realizing Executive Constantine's goals of service, excellence, financial stewardship, public engagement, and quality workforce.
Our leadership team
Before joining King County, Megan was an associate with Seattle law firm Williams Kastner where she specialized in representing management in labor and employment law matters. She is a graduate of the University of Washington Law School. As OLR Director, Megan leads the County’s work in strengthening our new total compensation methodology and works with our labor partners to ensure we are an equitable, innovative and fiscally-responsible government for our employees and the people of King County. Megan enjoys exploring Seattle’s bounty of arts, music and culinary delights as well as running half marathons in the Sonoma/Napa area.
Angela began her transition to labor relations in 2006 when serving as union steward at KIRO-TV in her former television career. She went on to represent workers at IBEW Local 46 for a decade prior to joining the King County Office of Labor Relations team. She served as a delegate to the King County Labor Council, Vice President of the Washington State Labor Council, and has negotiated several Collective Bargaining Agreements in broadcast, railroad, non-profit, construction, and public sector industries. She loves spending time laughing with her husband and two young boys, going on road trips, and knitting.
Sasha was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. A Seattle University law graduate and former prosecutor, he joined the Office of Labor Relations in 2009. Away from work, Sasha enjoys cooking, brewing, outdoor activities and spending time in West Seattle.
Diana is originally from Connecticut, but has spent most of her life in the Seattle area and is a graduate of Western Washington University. She has over 25 years of service with King County, including seven years in project management and ten years in operations management for the Sheriff’s Office. Her experience and interest in labor issues, policy development, and problem solving led her to the Office of Labor Relations, where she has worked as a negotiator since 2019. Diana’s initial area of focus has been on labor issues related to adult and juvenile detention, but she has enjoyed opportunities to support the various departments and wide ranging services of the County. In her spare time, she enjoys attempting recipes above her skill level, binge-watching the recommendations of her friends, and sailing with her husband near their home in Browns Point.
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