Staff

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Nate Van Duzer

Legislative Aide

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nate.vanduzer@seattle.gov

Nate Van Duzer worked in non-profit advocacy in Washington, D. C. on peace, environmental stewardship, and economic justice issues. He has also worked resettling refugees in the Seattle area and helping to launch The U.S.-Muslim Engagement Project. Nate is a graduate of Georgetown University where he majored in history and minored in Arabic and Muslim-Christian relations.

Sera Day

Legislative Aide

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Seferiana.Day@seattle.gov

Seferiana (Sera) Day moved to Seattle in 2005 and has since worked in youth development, as a labor and community organizer, and most recently as Campaign Manager for Pramila Jayapal's successful State Senate campaign in the 37th district. She volunteers as a yoga instructor with Yoga Behind Bars and serves on the board of the Washington Bus. In her free time, she enjoys training for half marathons, baking, and playing board games with friends. Seferiana graduated from Seattle University in with degrees in Sociology and Women Studies, and received a Masters in Social Work from the University of Washington.

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Debi Lundberg

Legislative Assistant

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debi.lundberg@seattle.gov

Debi Lundberg prior to working for Councilmember Burgess worked for the Downtown Seattle Association where she spent her time supporting the President and CEO (and a very large Board of Directors).  Her key role as legislative aide in the Burgess office is working closely with internal and external contacts managing the calendar and preparing agendas. She holds an Associate of Arts degree with a focus in Business Administration.  In her spare time she loves to quilt, travel to somewhere sunny and help with the elderly. She has three children and two grandchildren.