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Lily Rehrmann, Legislative Aide

Seattle natives are a rare and unique species, and Lily Rehrmann is a prime example of our city's finest. Born and raised on Capitol Hill, Lily has a fondness for the Emerald City. But, to be sure, Lily tried her hand at being a Midwesterner, not once, but twice: First for her undergraduate degree, and most recently for law school at Creighton University. Fortunately, both times the bland food and cold winters prompted Lily to return to her NW roots.

Prior to attending law school, Lily received her masters in multitasking from none other than Starbucks. She comes well-equipped to pull shots, counsel constituents, and listen to a committee meeting while typing an email and taking a phone call at the same time. Clerking Committee for the Councilmember is just one of the many duties that falls on Lily's plate in her role as Legislative Assistant. She also provides analysis on issues using the insights from those hard earned letters that now follow her name.


Alberta Bleck, Legislative Aide

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Alberta Bleck is joining the Bagshaw office fresh from Reed College in Portland, Oregon. As a History major, she spent an inordinate amount of time researching Seattle of bygone days. She wrote her senior thesis about Discovery Park, Daybreak Star Cultural Center, and the emergence of the urban Indian movement in the late 1960s. When not immersed in Seattle history, Alberta takes great pleasure in organizing anything from meeting minutes to office supplies, and there is nothing that pleases her more than writing a hefty constituent letter.

In her spare time, Alberta enjoys the outdoors on foot, bike, and the four-door vehicle that shall not be named, often to the soundtrack of her much beloved public radio. She greatly looks forward to channeling her passion for Seattle and its citizens into her work for the Council.


Abigail Doerr, Legislative Aide

Alberta Beck

Abigail Doerr, Legislative Aid to Sally Bagshaw, is hot off the heels of managing two successful city wide campaigns; first running the successful Seattle Park District campaign, then the Yes for Seattle Transit campaign, which adds much needed bus service to the City of Seattle. Abigail cut her teeth in politics doing youth civic engagement at the Washington Bus where she worked to empower young folks around Washington State by registering them to and engaging them in local politics and local government. Abigail is a graduate of Willamette University with a BA in Politics and Spanish and is a proud Spokanite.

You can catch her sewing, biking around town, and honing her skills as an amateur small container urban gardener. Abigail's issue areas in the office are Transportation, Human Services, Housing Affordability, Seattle Public Utilities, Neighborhoods, Energy and the Waterfront.

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