Sarah Reyneveld is a Managing Assistant Attorney General with the Environmental Protection Division of the Washington State Attorney General’s Office (AGO) in Seattle. In that capacity Sarah works to protect Washingtonians and our environment by bringing affirmative civil litigation on behalf of the people of Washington State. Prior to serving in the Environmental Protection Division, Sarah served for nine years as an Assistant Attorney General in the Labor and Industries Division of the AGO. She previously served as a research assistant in the Office of Governor Chris Gregoire, a Legislative Assistant in the Washington State Senate, and a Deputy Finance Director on the 2004 Chris Gregoire for Governor campaign. Sarah was previously a member of the Washington Conservation Voters’ Statewide Endorsement Advisory Committee and former King County Conservation Voters’ Board. In addition to the WCV board, Sarah currently serves on the King County Women’s Advisory Board, the Advisory Committee of the King County Conservation District, and as the Chair of the 36th District Democrats. Sarah is also active and a proud member of her union of Assistant Attorney General’s AWAAG-AFSME 28 Local 5297 Executive Board. Sarah earned a J.D. from the University of Washington Law School, a MPA from the Evans School of Public Policy and Governance, and a BA from Smith College. While in law school, Sarah was also a founding student member and Associate Editor-in-Chief for Articles of the Washington Journal for Environmental Law & Policy. In 2016, Sarah received the inaugural Evans School Young Alumni Award for her distinguished community service. Sarah lives in Ballard with her husband Joel and two young children.