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Council Position No. 5

James Lovell

James Lovell

4458 S 175TH ST

SEATAC, WA 98188

(206) 349-5576

Education: Bachelors Degree in International Studies, University of Washington
Occupation: Chief Community Development Officer, Chief Seattle Club

My wife and I have proudly called SeaTac home since 2011. Our three kids attend Madrona Elementary, where I've served as PTA president. I've served on many regional & county boards, including King County's Children & Youth Advisory Board. As a Native person (Turtle Mountain Chippewa) bilingual in Vietnamese, I value diversity and accessibility in our community. 


SeaTac needs partners at all levels - public, private, and nonprofit. My skills & experience will support SeaTac's growth with affordable housing, small businesses, and community engagement. I will promote walkability and safety, especially near schools and the airport. I will balance compassion and safety serving unsheltered people, and will thoughtfully and proactively address these issues. 


Endorsed by: Councilmember Upthegrove, Mayor Simpson, Deputy Mayor Negusse, Councilmember Mohamed Egal, Washington Democrats Native American Caucus, King County Democrats, Washington/Highline Education Association PAC, KC Young Democrats, Teamsters Local 117, OneAmerica Votes, Working Families Party & more.

Brian Millican

Brian Millican

4802 S 168TH ST

SEATAC, WA 98188

(206) 793-8723

Education: Computer Science & Business Administration, Bellevue College; Diversity Equity Inclusion Training; Lean Leadership Practice
Occupation: Insurance Underwriting Operations Manager; Community Organizer; Waste Reduction Specialist; Volunteer

My wife and family are proud to call SeaTac our home, now for three generations. Including extended family we have deep roots in SeaTac, so I’m invested in seeing everyone thrive. Professionally, I’m in the business of understanding and reducing risk. I’ll bring these skills and experiences to reducing crime in SeaTac.


Our city with an airport serves the entire Northwest region, but while serving this wider community we can’t forget the needs of our own people. Keeping our families, neighbors, and loved ones safe is top priority for me.  For nearly two decades my career and volunteer work has given me the skills to assess risk and protect our community while increasing affordability and accessibility to make SeaTac welcoming for all.


I’m proud to be endorsed by Peter Kwon and look forward to working with him to keep our city safe, strong, and welcoming. I’m asking for your vote.

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