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Seferiana (Sera) Day moved to Seattle in 2005 and has since worked in youth development, as a labor and community organizer, and as Campaign Manager for Pramila Jayapal's successful State Senate campaign in the 37th district. She serves on the boards of the Washington Bus, Powerful Voices, and the South Seattle Emerald. Seferiana graduated from Seattle University 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 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.
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William has spent the past four years researching and writing about how federal and state fiscal policy affects low- and middle-income individuals and families at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities in Washington, DC and the California Budget & Policy Center in Sacramento. He has also worked on housing issues, including past stints at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and at InterIm CDA, a community development association in Seattle's International District.
William holds a master's degree in public policy from Georgetown University and a bachelor's degree in fine arts from Amherst College. In his spare time, he can be found reading, podcast listening, cooking, and getting into new athletic pursuits like running and climbing.