Become a WASA Member

“It is my honor to serve as the 2022–23 President of the Washington Association of School Administrators. I believe in WASA’s commitment to quality education through Leadership, Trust, and Advocacy. These are urgent times filled with the opportunity to build on the collective insight and wisdom we have gained over the last two years. 


Through WASA’s collective and collaborative approach, our nearly 2,000 members have access to support from each other. This kind of professional networking and support is more important now than it has ever been. WASA recently launched an Educational Equity Statement that centers cultural competency, diversity, equity, and inclusion to "create systems and equitable learning environments where each and every student can learn and achieve their educational goals and aspirations." I encourage you to lean on the WASA team and your colleagues across the state as we continue to meet the needs of the dynamic and evolving landscape of public education in Washington State.

Thank you for your selfless leadership and passionate dedication. My belief is that a listening ear, an open mind, and a strong voice will serve us well as we repair and restore the spirit of administrators across the state who have been the heroes of this moment. I look forward to serving you as we unify, recover, and achieve in the new world that waits for us post COVID-19."



                                                                                                           —Michelle Whitney, Superintendent, Pasco School District; President, WASA 

Member Types

WASA offers four membership types:
  • Active
  • Associate
  • Student/Intern
  • Retired/Life
View membership details and access the membership application via the member type tabs. 

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"WASA is an amazing opportunity for Washington’s school administrators. Our organization is a turnkey wealth of resources and support for administrators in every stage of their careers. When you are a member of WASA, you part of a network of leaders focused on equity, leadership, and advocacy for the schools that ultimately serve our students. It is like having a full-time back office that truly cares about the success of your school systems. I sincerely believe in WASA and those that make up its memberships! We look forward to welcoming you to this great network of leaders.”

                             —Dr. Joey Castilleja, Superintendent, Mabton School District; WASA Membership Committee Chair