Local Government Fellow

Carrie S. Cihak

King County, WA

Evidence and Impact Officer, King County, WA

As Evidence and Impact Officer for King County (the 12th most populous county in the United States), Carrie is responsible for developing partnerships that help county agencies evaluate the impact of their work, advance equity, and improve results for residents. She previously led learning and impact for King County Metro Transit and was Chief of Policy for King County Executive Dow Constantine, where she helped develop and launch innovative, cross-sectoral solutions that have been nationally recognized for helping advance equity and social justice. Prior to her work with King County, Carrie served as staff economist on international trade and finance for President Clinton’s Council of Economic Advisers. Carrie is a Research Affiliate at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University, a Local Government Fellow with Results for America, and a member of Results for America’s Federal Advisory Committee.