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Tani Lindquist, Council President and WEA Board 425-332-4761

My career in education started in high school with my first job supervising the local elementary school’s crossing guards. Some would say my career in education began in the womb as I’m the 18th person in the greater Lindquist clan to become an educator. I’ve worked as a paraeducator, a third grade teacher, a local union president, and am now an elementary PE teacher in addition to my role as council president. I became involved in our union because I passionately believe public schools are the corner stone of our democracy. To have strong public schools the professionals who work most closely with the students need a seat at the table. The union reserves us that seat.

David Abby

David Aaby, Council Vice President

I have lived all my life in the great state of Washington! I live in Enumclaw with my wife and three children.  I am an elementary school Dean of Students for the Tahoma School District as well as the Tahoma Education Association President.  When not working at school of for our members, I enjoy reading, camping, dirt biking, and watching sports (Go Hawks!)  

Mark Morrow Mark Morrow, Council Treasurer and WEA Board
Missy Harvold

Missy Harvold, Council Secretary

Mrs. Mellissa "Missy" Harvold is a career learner who loves reading, swimming, fantasy football, video games and music of every variety. She is an eastern Washington girl, living in a western Washington world with her husband and young adult children in the beautiful Snoqualmie Valley.  In the past 16 years, Missy has taught equal parts 4-12 Social Science and K-12 Library Media.  Currently, she is a K-5 Teacher-Librarian in the Riverview School District .  At her core, Missy loves to help people and make meaningful differences that better peoples lives. That is why she is proud to be an active part of both the Riverview Education Association and Sammamish UniServ Council.