Members

In the Spring, the task force will make recommendations regarding programmatic investments. The task force, based on technical support, legal requirements of the City, and desired outcomes may consider a range of funding mechanisms and programmatic structures, including participatory budgeting, grants, RFPs and loans. The task force will not make funding recommendations for individual organizations. The task force, centered on community input, will also determine the research, data and technical advice they need in each of those areas in order to focus on how to accomplish desired and measurable outcomes in each area.

Pastor Carey Anderson,
First AME Church

Sean Bagsby,
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers 46 

Maggie Angel Cano,
Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition

Andrea Caupain,
Byrd Barr Place

LaNesha DeBardelaben, 
Northwest African American Museum

Trish Millines Dziko,
Technology Access Foundation

Mahnaz K. Eshetu,
Refugee Women's Alliance

Ollie Garrett,
Tabor 100

Chris Lampkin,
Service Employees International Union 1199NW

Dr. Sheila Edwards Lange,
Seattle Central College

Paulina Lopez,
Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition

Esther Lucero,
Seattle Indian Health Board

Ex officio - Debora Juarez
Seattle City Council, District 5

Michelle Merriweather,
Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle

Donna Moody,
Marjorie Restaurant

Estela Ortega,
El Centro de la Raza

Carolyn Riley-Payne,
Seattle King County NAACP 

Rizwan Rizwi,
Muslim Housing Services

Victoria Santos,
Young Women Empowered 

Steven Sawyer,
POCAAN

Michael Tulee,
United Indians of All Tribes

Ray Williams,
Black Farmers Collective

Sharon Williams,
CD Forum

Pastor Lawrence Willis,
United Black Clergy

Christina Wong,
NW Harvest

Beto Yarce,
Ventures