Senator Mark Miloscia to Head FPIW

State Senator Mark Miloscia to Be Family Policy Institute of

Washington’s Next Executive Director

“Family Policy Institute of Washington is thrilled to announce that State Senator Mark Miloscia has agreed to lead the organization into the next decade,” stated Family Policy Institute of Washington’s founder and board chairman Larry Sundquist.

Sen. Mark Miloscia, R-30

“I am honored to be joining this effort and organization.  FPIW has long been recognized as one of our state’s leading organizations in developing public policy, building grassroots support, and advocating in our State Capitol for the critical issues that affect family, life, religious liberties, and parental rights,” said Senator Mark Miloscia. 

December 17, 2018 (Lynnwood, WA):  Today the Board of Family Policy Institute of Washington (FPIW) announced the hiring of State Senator Mark Miloscia to be FPIW’s next Executive Director.  Miloscia, who has served 18 years as a legislator in both the House and Senate, will end his term as State Senator in January. He will now lead FPIW in its second decade of strengthening families in Washington State by equipping and educating concerned citizens, leaders, government officials, and community institutions on the issues that impact the family.

“The Family Policy Institute of Washington is thrilled to announce that State Senator Mark Miloscia has agreed to lead the organization into the next decade.  Mark brings a passion for the sanctity of life from conception to natural death and the well-being of the family as the foundation of our state,” said Family Policy Institute of Washington’s founder and board chairman, Larry Sundquist.  “We are confident Mark is the person who will bring FPIW to a higher level and continue our reputation as the state’s leader in bringing the voice and values of social conservatives to the public square.”

“I am honored to be joining this effort and organization.  FPIW has long been recognized as one of our state’s leading organizations in developing public policy, building grassroots support, and advocating in our State Capitol for the critical issues that affect family, life, religious liberties, and parental rights,” said Senator Mark Miloscia.

“It is clear to all that our state and nation are facing both a political and spiritual crisis.  People everywhere are looking for stronger and more effective leadership and informed policy answers on the critical issues that directly affect their families.  FPIW is a leader in this area,” concluded Miloscia. 

Miloscia will officially step into the role on January 2nd, in time to help shape FPIW’s legislative strategy for 2019 and its landmark Olympia 301 training day on January 10th.

Watch FPIW’s Welcome interview with Senator Miloscia right here.

 

0 replies

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.