Shannon Braddock is a children’s advocate, senior member of County Executive Dow Constantine’s administration, and longtime resident of the 34th District.
At King County, Shannon has worked on coordinating and seeking reforms in the delivery of mental, health, addiction, and homelessness services, including working to pass the successful Veterans, Seniors, and Human Services levy renewal in 2017. She views Olympia as a needed partner in helping remove the burden on local taxpayers to address a statewide crisis.
Shannon is on the Board of Westside Baby, a volunteer-based organization that provides support to low-income mothers and their babies and she previously served on the Board of the West Seattle Food Bank. Working with Executive Constantine, Shannon helped ensure passage of the highly successful Best Starts for Kids programs—targeting resources to early learning, behavioral intervention, and other critical investments.
A mother of three Seattle Public School students, Shannon served as the Legislative Representative on the Lafayette Elementary PTA. She received her Masters in Public Administration from the Evans School at the University of Washington.