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Council Position 3

Tim Flood

Tim Flood

18903 SE 44th Ct

Issaquah, WA 98027

(425) 213-6957

Education: MBA, Technology Management, B.S. Business Administration, Graduate Certificate – Analytics, Board Service Certificate
Occupation: Microsoft Global Security Showcase Director, Program Manager

Issaquah deserves leaders focused on your priorities.


As your Councilmember, I will ensure we that our spending aligns with citizens’ preferences, namely addressing traffic.


My priorities are the same as yours: improving mobility for cars and people, ensuring development pays its fair share, protecting green spaces, and fostering a business community that creates opportunities, good paying jobs, and a diverse tax base. Serving on the Issaquah Traffic Task Force has given me an in-depth knowledge of our traffic challenges and realistic options to address them. I lead executive briefings for the world’s largest company to corporate and government leaders and serve as my HOA president. These experiences have given me the critical skills of managing a finite community budget and influencing leaders. As a father of two, I want the future of Issaquah to be as special as it is today. I look forward to serving and working with you.

Barbara de Michele

Barbara de Michele

580 Front Street South, Unit C-215

Issaquah, WA 98027

(206) 898-5210

Education: Washington State University (B.A. English/Education); Eastern Connecticut State University (M.S. English/Education)
Occupation: Communications professional, former King County Transportation Community Relations, "Garage" Co-founder

For 35 years Barbara de Michele has tackled Issaquah’s toughest issues. Growth: As a two-term school board member, Barb led Issaquah schools to be among the best in the region during a period of intense growth. Transportation: Barb successfully helped numerous Puget Sound neighborhoods and communities plan for transit and road improvements. Health: A former teacher, Barb's spent the last 10 years helping teens find healthy pathways to safe, satisfying futures, working on the frontlines of drug abuse prevention and promoting youth mental health. Barb co-founded one of Issaquah’s most innovative teen alternatives: “The Garage”, a Teen Café



Barb's priorities: more neighborhood “say” in safety, traffic and transit decisions; bold collaborations with business, faith-based and non-profit resources to increase affordable housing; support for our community's network of human services organizations -- "the heart and soul" of Issaquah; and securing and expanding Issaquah's green spaces, clean water and trees.


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