Ali Hawkinson – Ferndale City Council Pos. 2


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Ali Hawkinson. Photo courtesy of Ali Hawkinson.

Candidate’s submitted biography (unedited):

Elected Experience – First time candidate

Other Professional Experience – Certified Employment Service Professional & Employment Specialist with Work Opportunities of Whatcom County; Executive Recruiter for Management Recruiters International; Support Staff Administrator at North Bay Christ the King Church; Co-Owner of Blue Cab, LLC; Office Manager, Northwest Business Monthly Magazine.

Education – Whatcom Community College

Community Service – Vice President of the Board of Directors, Birch Bay Music Festival; Voting member, North County Poverty Task Force.

Ferndale is facing some big challenges as we grow and to meet those challenges, we need capable leaders on council. With years of professional work experience in community outreach, I have honed my skills of actively listening, advocating to support people and being a strong and persistent voice to accomplishing constructive goals through concise planning.

Good ideas are bigger than partisanship and personality conflicts, and that’s why my commitment to listening and outreach has earned me endorsements from nearly every councilmember who served this year, though our individual politics and perspectives differ, our commitment to this city does not.

I hear the people of Ferndale pleading to be fairly and accurately represented. I will listen and fight for your wants and needs. I will hold myself, the council and the city accountable to extreme responsibility with your money, first exhausting options for grants and other resources before reaching into the pocket of tax payers for those hard-earned dollars. Ferndale can thrive. With transparency and team-work we can do this together. With your vote, I would be honored to represent your voice and serve as your city councilmember.

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Ferndale City Council Candidate Ali Hawkins is interviewed by My Ferndale News (July 17, 2019).

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