Alicia Crank

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Alicia Crank

City Council Member - Canidate

City Council Position 1

425) 202-5131

[email protected]

Languages

English



Biography

Elected Experience

Has not held public office.

Other Professional Experience

Chief Development Officer, AtWork! (2020-Present); Corporate Relations Officer, YWCA Seattle | King | Snohomish; Philanthropy Officer, City Year Seattle/King County; Director of Development & Strategic Partnerships, Washington Business Week; Executive Director, Leadership Mountain View; Senior Trust Analyst, Comerica Bank

Education
Central Michigan University

Community Service

Edmonds Planning Board (2016-Present), Snohomish County (Paine Field) Airport Commission (2018-Present), Hazel Miller Foundation Board (2021-Present); Project Girl Board (2021-Present), Alliance for Eastside Agencies Board (2020-Present); Snohomish County Tomorrow Steering Committee (2020-Present); Edmonds Rotary Club Board Member, Edmonds Senior Center Board, Edmonds Chamber of Commerce Board, Edmonds Sister City Commission, Emerge Washington.

Website:  https://www.alicia4edmonds.com/

 

With over 20 years in the business and nonprofit sectors, I will put my passion for collaboration to work on the Edmonds City Council. Let's strengthen relationships between public, community, and corporate partners to find innovative and actionable solutions. My top priority is to proactively engage all residents about City Council decisions to increase transparency. Especially now, we cannot allow community voices to go unheard. My job is to show up and listen, and to represent our neighbors to the best of my abilities.

Our thriving downtown district is truly special. Let’s take that same energy we give the downtown corridor and extend it to other neighborhoods that are ripe for growth like Perrinville, Firdale Village, and Westgate.

Edmonds needs to be a place where renters and homeowners can thrive. On the Council, I will make policy decisions that put people first. We must diversify housing to include the “missing middle” and revitalize the Highway 99 corridor. We can invest in smart growth that utilizes green building practices. Let’s work together for a better, more representative Edmonds. I’m honored to be endorsed by a cross section of Edmonds community and business members. You can view the growing list at www.alicia4edmonds.com

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