• Emily Williams

  • Emily Williams is running for re-election to the Shoreline School Board in District 2 after joining the board last year. Williams is an educator, small business owner, racial equity advocate, and a parent. She previously directed Learning Center Seattle, a youth re-engagement program with Seattle Central College and Seattle Public Schools. Williams has also worked as an advisor to marginalized Lake Washington students, including those with disabilities, those from low-income backgrounds, and first-generation college students.

    Now, Williams is running a progressive campaign to continue making Shoreline schools as equitable as possible so that all students can reach their full potential. In her time on the board already, Williams has backed the implementation of ethnic studies in Shoreline schools and an anti-racism policy for the district. She joined the board in the worst of the pandemic and has been a strong voice for science-backed safety protocols to keep students, teachers, and staff safe.

    Tyann Nguyen, a special education paraeducator, is challenging Williams for the District 2 director seat. Nguyen has a background in education and youth services but lacks a detailed campaign platform and a website as of mid-October.

    Emily Williams is the best choice in this race because of her broad progressive support and her clear vision for the position.

    Emily Williams is running for re-election to the Shoreline School Board in District 2 after joining the board last year. Williams is an educator, small business owner, racial equity advocate, and a parent. She previously directed Learning Center Seattle, a youth re-engagement program with Seattle Central College and Seattle Public Schools. Williams has also worked as an advisor to marginalized Lake Washington students, including those with disabilities, those from low-income backgrounds, and first-generation college students.

    Now, Williams is running a progressive campaign to continue making Shoreline schools as equitable as possible so that all students can reach their full potential. In her time on the board already, Williams has backed the implementation of ethnic studies in Shoreline schools and an anti-racism policy for the district. She joined the board in the worst of the pandemic and has been a strong voice for science-backed safety protocols to keep students, teachers, and staff safe.

    Tyann Nguyen, a special education paraeducator, is challenging Williams for the District 2 director seat. Nguyen has a background in education and youth services but lacks a detailed campaign platform and a website as of mid-October.

    Emily Williams is the best choice in this race because of her broad progressive support and her clear vision for the position.

    Emily Williams

    Emily Williams is running for re-election to the Shoreline School Board in District 2 after joining the board last year. Williams is an educator, small business owner, racial equity advocate, and a parent.

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