A brighter future
Why I am ready to work for Snohomish County
The Time is now, for great change
We are in a great challenge presently and need leaders and vision to be able to rebuild our region in a new light. I’m running for office because I want to make sure my representation is experienced in the challenges of Snohomish County and can bring about impact and much needed change.
Raising my two daughters MJ (14) and Freyja (10) has been my most important job in life for the past fifteen years. I have a lifetime of community building and activism, non-profit management, federal and state program management, grants and budgetary experience in a a variety of sectors from early and higher education, healthcare, construction and commercial fishing. I joined the workforce at a very early age and also became politically active. I know first hand how policies and programs impact our communities and citizens. We spend our free time volunteering in political caucus and groups and at the roller derby track, Stevens Pass and enjoying the beautiful activities in the Pacific NW.
Healthcare is a Human Right
Having a healthcare system that is functional, serves our community.
Affordable Housing and Utilities
Affordable housing, tenants advocacy, and public utilities including broadband internet.
Equitable and Funded Education
Our children deserve the best start in life and a fully funded education, childcare, and to have responsive districts that are equitable and just.
Green Economy and Local Food
Supporting local family farms, small business opportunities, shortening supply chains and creating a vibrant community that is self sufficient.
Amber is not accepting any Corporate PAC funds and is running a grassroots campaign. It’s going to take a little bit from all of us to truly see the changes that we wish to have in our elected officials. Most importantly during this crisis she asks that you only donate what you can truly afford.