Commission on African American Affairs
Appointed October 3, 2011
Serves at the Governor's Pleasure
Ed Prince brings a strong background in public service to the Commission. He has held various roles in government and in the non-profit sector. In addition to serving the Commission Ed is also a member of the Renton City Council. In that capacity Ed has worked on local and regional issues and delivered results for residents in South King County. This is Ed’s third term of service with the Commission. In the early 2000’s he served as the Executive Assistant, Legislative & Community Liaison and as the Acting Director.
When Ed left the Commission he took on several roles in non-profit management. Immediately prior to his appointment to the Commission, Ed served as a Program Coordinator with the Seattle Neighborhood Group. In previous roles he has served as the Director of Client Services for the Central Area Motivation Program (CAMP) and as the Director of Civic Engagement and Philanthropic programs for Seattle Works.
Ed is a former chair of the City of Renton Planning Commission, past chair of the Renton Schools Bond and Levy Campaign and a founding director of the Renton Community Foundation's "The Next Curve". He also is Chair of the City of Renton Planning & Development Committee and Vice Chair of the City of Renton Community Services Committee.
210 11th Ave. SW