I chair the Education, Equity and Governance Committee. My office is committed to developing cutting edge solutions to many of the challenges we have; not simple criticisms without solutions. High performance begins with a commitment to be a learning organization; a City that acknowledges where it can improve its conduct and willing to put in place the right systems to measure and improve its performance. I want Seattle to be respected for its level of customer service and accountability to its public.
We must be inclusive and forward thinking in all of our transportation solutions, public safety investments, housing strategies, environmental initiatives and educational priorities. I want to hear from you and I encourage you to call me or speak with a member of my staff, all of whom are committed to making Seattle a great, livable community. Please take care.
Bruce A. Harrell
Bruce Harrell and his family have been committed to community service in this region for over three decades. As an attorney and community volunteer, Bruce is known for his ability to create high performing teams and for resolving conflict. He has extensive experience in technology, strategic thinking and conflict management. Bruce began his public service in 1979 working for the Seattle City Council under Council President Paul Kraabel.