The Neighborhoods & Demographic Diversity Commission is an advisory body whose duties shall be to monitor demographic trends of the City of Lynnwood and identify and recommend to the Mayor and City Council ways to encourage mutual understanding among citizens about the increasing demographic diversity of Lynnwood by:
Connecting and partnering with neighborhood, community, educational, business and social service groups and organizations.
Sponsoring city wide, neighborhood and community events, which would include opportunities for heritage and cultural events.
Supporting programs for engaging citizens and community leaders in a holistic approach including dialogue, education, and training about diversity issues.
The Commission consists of seven members who are appointed to serve three-year terms.
Position # Member Term Expires
Position #1 Gloria Sepulveda 12/31/2014
Position #2 Pining Reyes 12/31/2015
Position #3 Angel Shimelish 12/31/2014
Position #4 Glenda Powell-Freeman, Vice Chair 12/31/2016
Position #5 Rosamaria Graziani 12/31/2016
Position #6 Shirley Sutton, Chair 12/31/2014
Position #7 Marilyn Calbert 12/31/2015
Council Liaison M. Christopher Boyer
Meeting Agendas and Minutes
The Diversity Commission meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7pm at Lynnwood City Hall, 19100 44th Ave W. The Diversity Commission’s next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, December 10 at 7pm.
Agendas and Minutes
If you would like more information on the Neighborhoods & Demographic Diversity Commission please contact staff liaison Julie Moore at 425-670-5023 or by email at [email protected].
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