State Senator, District 36
Reuven Michael Carlyle (born August 10, 1965) is an entrepreneur and American politician serving as a Democratic member of the Washington State Senate representing the Washington's 36th legislative district since 2009. The district spans the Seattle neighborhoods of South Lake Union, Belltown, Queen Anne, Magnolia, Greenwood, Ballard, Crown Hill, Blue Ridge. It is home of the Space Needle in the Seattle Center, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and PATH as well as global companies including Amazon, Expedia and more. Professionally, Carlyle is a technology entrepreneur and sustainability and climate consultant. He has served in business development, public policy, sales, marketing, corporate development, board of director and/or strategic consulting roles with a number of early- and mid-stage technology companies including McCaw Cellular Communications (Acquired by AT&T Wireless Services), Xypoint Corp. (Acquired by TCS, Inc.), Twisted Pair Solutions (Acquired by Motorola) and others. He continues to provide sustainability, business development and strategic consulting services to leading companies and organizations.
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