Maud Daudon

Address:
141 Dorffel Drive E
Seattle, WA 98112
United States
Telephone: 2069548641
Temporary address during session:
United States
Maud Daudon
Lobbying since: 2019
Maud Daudon is the Executive Leader of Career Connect Washington, which successfully passed legislation and state funding in spring of 2019 to implement the 10-year strategic plan for building a statewide career-connected learning and apprenticeship system in Washington state. She is working with business leaders, national experts, labor leaders, educators, parents and students to utilize state and private resources to enable every Washington student an opportunity to have multiple pathways to college level learning and career including though work based learning experiences, such as apprenticeship. Daudon is under contract with the governor’s office, funded by seven philanthropic partners. Prior to this, Maud completed a six-year tenure as the President and CEO of the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce in February, 2018. During her leadership, Maud focused on the region’s global competitiveness helping to secure a statewide transportation package, passage of Sound Transit 3, the creation of a regional partnership focused on retaining, growing and connecting residents to the regions’ middle-income pathway jobs and the 100% Talent initiative focused on gender pay equity which included the creation of the statewide paid sick and family leave bill. Prior to this, Maud was the President and CEO of Seattle Northwest Securities, a regional investment banking firm serving clients in seven western states which followed four years of service in Seattle city government as Deputy Mayor. Maud earned a BA from Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts and an MBA from the Yale School of Organization and Management. She serves on the executive committee of the Nature Conservancy, as trustee and past chair of the Bullitt Foundation, as a member of the Virginia Mason systems health care board and the United Way of King County Board of Directors.

This lobbyist certified completion of required code of conduct training on 10/18/2022.

Monthly lobbying reports

Lobbyists are required to file monthly reports for any period in which they are employed, even if there is no reportable activity. The list below includes all reports for 2016 and later. Reports for periods prior to January 2016 are available in the historical archive.

Report for month Date filed/amended
December 2022 13/01/23 - 4:15 pm
November 2022 09/01/23 - 9:09 am
October 2022 25/11/22 - 3:02 am
September 2022 18/10/22 - 12:54 pm
August 2022 19/09/22 - 3:06 pm
July 2022 19/09/22 - 3:07 pm
June 2022 14/07/22 - 9:29 pm
May 2022 12/07/22 - 11:27 pm
April 2022 12/07/22 - 11:15 pm
March 2022 12/07/22 - 9:55 am
February 2022 29/03/22 - 4:35 pm
January 2022 17/02/22 - 2:50 pm
December 2021 13/01/22 - 5:55 pm
November 2021 17/12/21 - 9:53 pm
October 2021 23/11/21 - 3:51 pm
September 2021 14/10/21 - 9:13 am
August 2021 15/09/21 - 5:17 pm
July 2021 12/08/21 - 3:31 pm
June 2021 14/07/21 - 11:39 am
May 2021 15/06/21 - 5:29 pm
April 2021 24/05/21 - 5:18 pm
March 2021 14/04/21 - 7:42 pm
February 2021 12/03/21 - 1:59 pm
January 2021 17/02/21 - 10:29 am
December 2020 15/01/21 - 12:33 pm
November 2020 16/12/20 - 10:49 am
October 2020 16/11/20 - 12:45 pm
September 2020 14/10/20 - 12:01 pm
August 2020 14/09/20 - 4:27 pm
July 2020 17/08/20 - 4:26 pm
June 2020 17/07/20 - 7:21 pm
May 2020 15/06/20 - 11:10 pm
April 2020 15/05/20 - 3:34 pm
March 2020 13/05/20 - 2:16 pm
February 2020 15/03/20 - 5:52 pm
January 2020 14/02/20 - 11:02 pm
December 2019 09/01/20 - 8:48 pm
November 2019 09/01/20 - 8:47 pm
September 2019 09/01/20 - 8:47 pm
July 2019 09/01/20 - 8:46 pm
May 2019 09/01/20 - 8:31 pm
April 2019 15/05/19 - 4:44 pm
March 2019 15/04/19 - 10:38 am
February 2019 15/03/19 - 12:56 pm
January 2019 15/03/19 - 12:50 pm

Lobbyist employers

The list below includes all employers for 2016 and later. Employers for periods prior to January 2016 are available in the historical archive.

Employer Employment Registration Years Employed
PARTNERSHIP FOR LEARNING View report 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024
Seattle Foundation View report 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022