Conrad Reynoldson first founded Washington Civil & Disability Advocate (WACDA) in 2016. WACDA became 501(c)(3) nonprofit in 2017. WACDA is committed to providing low or no cost legal services to individuals in need of protection of their civil rights with a particular passion for helping clients be a part of significantly increasing accessibility in the state of Washington.Conrad was born in Tacoma and is a lifelong Washingtonian. Conrad attended college at Seattle Pacific University and graduated Summa Cum Laude with a double major in History and Political Science in 2009.Conrad has interned in Washington, DC three different times with the American Association of People with Disabilities Congressional Internship, the Heritage Foundation's Young Leaders Program, and Alliance Defending Freedom respectively. He received the DO-IT Trailblazer award in 2012 and the Blackstone Legal Fellowship in 2013.Conrad graduated from law school at the University of Washington School of Law in 2014. He is admitted to practice in Washington State - both the Western and Eastern Districts.Conrad currently serves as chair of the Governor's Award Subcommittee and is a member of the Coordinating Committee for the Washington State Governor¹s Committee on Disability Issues and Employment, is the President of the Washington Attorneys with Disabilities Association, and is a Commissioner on the Seattle Commission for People with Disabilities.