We are so lucky to have a wonderful team working on this campaign! These passionate people are giving their time and energy to make a difference in their community and get Angie elected.
I'm Angie's daughter, and so proud to be co-managing her campaign. I have long had a front-row seat to the incredible, positive change Angie has enacted in our community through her skill, compassion, and persistence. I've just finished my PhD in oceanography, and my passions are climate education and helping people understand their connections to the environment and community around them. I know Angie will fight tirelessly for all of us in Olympia and I am thrilled to part of the team helping get her there!
I am so excited to be working alongside an incredible, empathetic, and knowledgeable candidate who is fighting for a more just and equitable state. Before this campaign, I served as the vice president of the student government at Occidental College, campus outreach director for an LA City Council campaign, a congressional intern to Rep. Adam Schiff, and a researcher for the Mayor’s Office. As a lifelong Snohomish County resident, I am ready to be back home fighting for the communities and environment that I love.
Dean, Cabinet Member
I'm a retired mechanical engineer and software developer, and I've lived on and been involved in local politics in Whidbey Island for 30 years. I've worked especially on bringing a growth management plan to Island County and preserving our cherished rural character through activism and working with local government. I'm passionate about climate action, affordable housing, smart growth, and building a strong and diverse community with good bicycling. I've known Angie for 12 years and I know for sure she shares my values. Her ethics are impeccable, her bandwidth incredible, and her tenacity unbeatable, and I have no doubt her skills and passion will get legislation passed.
India, Communications Intern
I’m a 19-year-old sophomore studying Political Science and Women & Gender Studies at St. Olaf College. I love choir, handbells, and 19th century novels. I am really passionate about criminal justice reform, environmental policy, and local politics in general. I’m so excited to be volunteering for Angie because I think her experience and commitment will make her the best representative for our community!
Lena, Communications Intern
I’m a 19-year-old studying Diplomacy and World Affairs at Occidental College. When not at school, I love backpacking and kayaking in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. I am very passionate about politics in general, but a big focus of mine is on environmental protection and justice. That’s a big part of why I’m volunteering for Angie—her care and passion for the environment make me confident that she will keep Washington healthy and beautiful!
Chirasmita, Research Intern
I’m a 20-year-old studying Mechanical Engineering at Boston University, where I am involved in a STEM education initiative and participate in neuroscience research. I am passionate about raising the basic standard of living for people of all ages and backgrounds, specifically through creating educational and vocational opportunities. I’m excited to be volunteering for Angie because her commitment to the people and environment is so genuine and powerful!
Max, Visuals Intern
I’m 18 years old and freshly graduated from high school. In the fall I will be attending UC Berkeley as a political science major, where I hope to help in the fight for our environment. My passion for the environment has always been a big factor in my life, and I’ve done a lot of volunteering at the Seattle Aquarium. Angie's desire to help the environment is a major reason why I am so excited to be volunteering on this campaign!
Olivia, Communications Intern
I’m a 20-year-old studying Politics at Occidental College. I am also pursuing a minor in Critical Theory and Social Justice, which has inspired my passion for collective action as a means of fighting racial inequities. One issue I am passionate about it is access to education and combating systemic issues in the educational system. The fact that Angie believes equitable education is a key element in a healthy and sustainable society is one of the reasons I am thrilled to be volunteering for Angie!
Camille, Field Intern
I just graduated from Eastern Washington University with a Bachelors of Science degree in Dental Hygiene. I love doing research and educating others about the connections between oral and general health. I am extremely passionate about public health and making healthcare and dental care accessible to as many Washingtonians as possible. I believe that Angie truly has her head and heart in the right place, and it is refreshing to have such an approachable candidate to be genuinely excited about.
Zaina, Visuals Intern
I'm a freshman at the University of Washington studying Economics and International Relations. I'm extremely passionate about youth activism and involvement in local politics and organization, and am so inspired by Angie's policies and the drive she has to shape our state with positive change.
MacQuaid, Visuals Intern
I'm a 17-year-old rising senior and ASB President at La Conner High School. I'm involved in theatre acting and I'm also the captain of my school's Knowledge Bowl team. I'm very passionate about immigration reform and making America a more welcoming country, where anybody can find a home. I am volunteering for Angie because she supports many of the same policies I do, but more importantly, I believe she will be an honest, just leader, who will do everything she can to make Washington an even better place.
Ruby, Visuals Intern
I am a rising senior in high school. I’ve become incredibly passionate around the topic of mental health, and I have faith that Angie will do wonders for that cause. I believe that Angie genuinely shares my values and will work hard to improve the most essential parts of our community.
Kayleigh, Data Intern
I am a 19 year old studying Criminal Justice at Seattle Pacific University. Outside of school, I am really involved in karate as well as musical theatre. One of the issues I am most passionate about is criminal justice reform, and creating a safer system entirely. The reason why I decided to volunteer for this campaign is because I believe that this is a critical time to advocate for leaders that will carry out the beliefs of the community.
Carlie, Field Intern
I am a 16 year old rising senior in high school. I play volleyball year round and love to hike and backpack all throughout the summer. I’m very passionate about equal access to essentials such as health care, education and food and water, particularly at a young age. I believe that Angie shares this priority with me and her compassion will drive her to make a difference and I am so excited to be helping out a candidate I truly believe will create a lasting positive impact.
Ricky, Research Intern
I am a 21 year-old at Occidental College studying Politics. I’m passionate about issues such as environmental justice and housing rights. I am volunteering for Angie because I believe that she is the best candidate to put progressive policy into action!
Dagny, Research Intern
I’m a 17-year-old International Baccalaureate high school student. At school, I play on the varsity girls basketball team. I am super passionate about access to healthcare, particularly pediatric specialties. I am super excited to volunteer for Angie because of her compassion and determination for this campaign and the causes she supports!
Marcus, Visuals Intern
I'm a sophomore Urban and Environmental Policy major at Occidental College in LA. I play football at Oxy and am a leader of the Barbell Club on campus. I am passionate about creating bold change in environmental policy to work towards sustainability. I'm really excited about and grateful for the chance to work with a major environmental activist and policy maker like Angie.
Aditi, Data Intern
I’m a 16 year old rising senior in high school, where I play badminton as well as participate in band, the Technology Student Association, and Model UN. I’m passionate about giving everyone a platform for their voices to be heard and a system where everyone is given equal importance and support. I’m so excited to work for Angie’s campaign because I believe she embodies everything - respect, commitment, kindness, compassion - necessary to make a positive change in Washington!
Queenie, Field Intern
I just graduated from high school, and next year I’m going to be a freshman at Occidental College studying Critical Theory and Social Justice. In high school I was co-President of Human Rights Club. I was born in Saigon and am a first generation American.
Riley, Field Intern
I’m currently attending the University of Washington, studying Law and Social Justice. I’m really passionate about social justice, specifically looking at racial and climate justice in our country! I am super excited to be volunteering for Angie, because she is going to really listen to the community and I think that District 10 deserves that in a leader!
Mercer, Visuals Intern
I’m going to be a senior this upcoming year in high school, and I enjoy playing football and track while fishing in my free time and working on the weekends. I am passionate about supporting public schools and bettering the beautiful community I am glad to be a part of. I am volunteering for Angie because I am immensely interested in politics and love to work with a team towards an important common goal. I can’t wait to see where this campaign goes!