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Brady Piñero Walkinshaw

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Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

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Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

1432 Elliott Ave W

Seattle, Washington,98119

United States

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Guided by the belief that every life has equal value, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation works to help all people lead healthy, productive lives. In developing countries, it focuses on improving people's health with vaccines and other lifesaving tools and giv...more

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2016 Candidates - New Politics

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Brady Walkinshaw
AmeriCorps Alum Brady served in the Washington State Legislature since 2013. Walkinshaw was appointed to office in 2013 then won his election in 2014. Brady previously worked as a program officer at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. He is a graduate of the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University. Please visit Brady at http://www.bradywalkinshaw.com


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Brady Piñero Walkinshaw for Congress
Brady Piñero Walkinshaw Announces Campaign For Congress SEATTLE - State Representative Brady Piñero Walkinshaw (D-Seattle), a champion on mental health, housing and homelessness, and transit in Olympia and former Gates Foundation international aid officer, announced his candidacy for Congress today to represent Washington's 7th Congressional District. "I believe our region is at a pivotal moment," said Brady. "We are in the middle of an economic expansion that is creating incredible opportunity, but that opportunity is not shared by everyone," said Brady. "families struggle with affordability, we face unacceptable education gaps for lower income and communities of color, and women are still not earning the same as their male counterparts. We need new voices to push past the gridlock in Congress and make progress on these essential issues." Brady will bring a unique background and personal experience to Congress. His father's family settled in Seattle five generations ago. His mother's family immigrated to the United States from Cuba seeking a better life. Brady grew up in rural Whatcom County, where his mother teaches English Language Learners in the area's public schools where he graduated and his father works in agricultural education. "I have tremendous pride in the beauty and uniqueness of our region, and the growing diversity of our communities fueled by immigration, entrepreneurs, and new ideas," said Walkinshaw. "Together, these powerful trends have built a progressive, inclusive political culture, world-leading industries and a deep commitment to addressing environmental challenges. These values are engrained in my personal and political values, and why I am excited to represent this region in Congress." Brady attended Princeton University and went on to study as a Fulbright Scholar in Honduras. He worked on interfaith dialogue on environmental and social justice at Georgetown University and international development institutions. Brady was a program officer at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation working on food security in developing countries for several years before entering the State legislature in 2013. In Olympia, Brady has passed legislation to put these values into practice, championing policies to support economic opportunity for all, preserve our environment for the future, and invest in the education system we need for our kids to succeed from pre-K thru college. Groups from the Washington Alliance for Gun Responsibility to the Washington Low Income Housing Alliance have recognized Brady for his legislative leadership. Former Seattle City Council member and former Director of the State Department of Community, Trade and Economic Development, Martha Choe, endorsed Brady saying, "Brady is focused, effective, and collaborative. State Representative Jessyn Farrell, another early endorser, said, "I've had the honor of working with Brady on legislation the last few years in Olympia. He is someone who truly listens, he's a natural collaborator, he's effective, and his values are those we need in Washington, D.C. today. He'd bring a life experience and approach to Congress, that I believe we urgently need and that would make our region proud." Community leader, Estela Ortega, endorsed Brady, saying, "I've admired Brady's approach and thoughtfulness since he started in the Legislature. State Senator Marko Liias of Edmonds said, "Brady has been an incredible, compassionate colleague to work with in Olympia. I've known Brady for several years through our shared commitment to fighting for LGBTQ equality. As a champion for transportation in Olympia, I also know that Brady will fight for the urgent needs of our region's infrastructure and transit. I can't think of anyone who'd more effectively represent our values at a time when we need leadership from a new generation." Gerry Johnson, local attorney and former chief of staff to Senator Warren Magnuson, said "electing Brady to the seat would represent an investment in the future. Assuming demographics and redistricting eventually result in a Democratic majority in the House of Representatives, Brady will be there and ready to help lead it." Paid for by Friends of Brady Walkinshaw


Meet Our Candidates - New Politics

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Brady Walkinshaw
AmeriCorps Alum Brady served in the Washington State Legislature since 2013. Walkinshaw was appointed to office in 2013 then won his election in 2014. Brady previously worked as a program officer at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. He is a graduate of the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University. Please visit Brady at http://www.bradywalkinshaw.com


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As of press time, three other people had also declared their intent to run for the seat: Third-year State Representative Brady Walkinshaw, a Democrat who graduated from Princeton and who has also worked for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.


Meet Brady - Brady Walkinshaw, 43rd District

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Raised in a rural community in the Nooksack Valley in northeast Whatcom County, Brady grew up around many of the challenges and opportunities we face today.
Brady's mom, Vicky, teaches English Language Learners in Nooksack Valley Schools - the same schools where Brady graduated. She came to the United States from Cuba with her parents, who put their three kids through college working their way up from washing dishes to becoming successful restaurant owners. On his dad's side, Brady is a fifth generation Washingtonian. His dad, Charlie, is an agricultural educator and was born and raised in the 43rd Legislative District. After graduating high school, Brady attended Princeton University on a scholarship where he studied public policy. On graduating, he went on to study as a Fulbright Scholar in Honduras. In Honduras, Brady founded Proyecto Villa Nueva, a non-profit that works to foster youth leadership and prevent violence in urban slums. In 2011, the Organization of American States recognized the program for its contributions to building a culture of peace. IMG_0477.jpg Through his career, Brady has focused on promoting economic opportunity, environmental sustainability, and human rights. Brady worked as a Program Officer at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation supporting sustainable and productive food systems for the poor in developing countries. He spent time in Washington, D.C. working on interfaith dialogue for environmental and social justice with Georgetown University and the World Bank. IMG_0323.jpg At home, Brady serves as the Chair of the Trust for Public Land's Washington State Advisory Board and on the board of Intiman Theatre. As a legislator, Brady is committed to putting his values into practice through policies that support economic opportunity for all, preserve our environment for the future, and invest in the education system we need for our kids to succeed from pre-K thru college.


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