June Robinson, MPH, Lecturer
June Robinson, MPH has deep experience in community healthcare, public health and healthcare policy. She has a Master’s in Public Health degree from the University of Michigan. She has focused on improving access to quality healthcare for marginalized people including migrant farmworkers in the Midwest United States. She worked for Community Health Center of Snohomish County, a Federally Qualified Health Center, as a medical clinic manager and director of planning and programs. She managed large research projects at Public Health Seattle/King County that evaluated the effects of Community Health Worker home visits for people with poorly controlled asthma and diabetes. In 2013, June was appointed to the Washington State House of Representatives from the 38th Legislative District. She served in the House until 2020 when she was appointed and elected to a seat in the State Senate. She serves on the Health & Long Term Care Committee and is the Chair of the Ways & Means Committee. She has worked to improve transparency for prescription drug prices, establish safe staffing standards for nurses, improve funding for local public health and ensure that all workers in Washington have access to paid family & medical leave.