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Liz Loomis' Biography
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BA, George Washington University, 1992
Board Member, Lodging Tax Advisory Board, Snohomish County, 2000-present
Council Member, City of Snohomish, 1997-present
Candidate, Washington House of Representatives, District 44 Position 2, 2008
Candidate, Washington State House of Representatives, District 39 Position 2, District 39 Position 2, 2000
Planning Commissioner, City of Snohomish, 1995-1997
Board Member, Snohomish Drug and Alcohol Committee, 1997-present
Member, Advisory Board, Snohomish County Elections, 1997-1999
Communications Consultant, Liz Loomis Public Affairs, 1995-present
Administrator, National Association of Secondary School Principals, 1994-1995
Special Assistant, Office of Congressman Robert Torricelli, 1992-1994
Researcher, BatesNeimand, 1991-1992
Fundraising Assistant, FraioliJost, 1990-1991
Office Assistant, US Department of Commerce, 1989-1990
Religious, Civic, and other Memberships
Board Member, East county Senior Center, 2000-present
Business and Professional Women, 2000-present
Member, Snohomish Kiwanis, 1999-present
Member, Zonta International of Everett, 1998-present
Board Member, Snohomish Valley Activities Council, 1997-present
Member, Snohomish Chamber of Commerce, 1996-present
Member, 39th Legislative District Democrats, 1995-present
Member, Snohomish County Democrats, 1995-present
Chairwoman, Snohomish County Young Democrats, 1996-1999
Board Member, Teen Services, Snohomish County Young Men's Christian Association, 1997-1999
Advisory Board Member, Institute for a Democratic Future, 1996-1998
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