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State Rep. Noel Frame joined the legislature in January 2016, driven by a desire to fully fund schools through a more equitable and sustainable tax code – a passion that stretches back more than two decades to her own time as a public-school student in Washington state. Many of her priorities in the legislature are rooted in lived experience, including serving as a foster parent to members of her own family – the unfortunate aftermath of inter-generational poverty, mental illness, addiction and incarceration. Noel works to give a voice to those who are often forgotten in policy conversations, relying heavily on her nearly two decades of experience as an organizer to successfully navigate political systems.
Noel is a member of the House Early Learning & Human Services and Labor & Workplace Standards Committees, and serves as Vice Chair of the Finance Committee. She also serves as the House appointee to the Washington State Partnership Council for Juvenile Justice.
With a passion for politics at a young age, Noel moved to Washington, D.C. to pursue undergraduate and graduate degrees at The George Washington University in Media and Public Affairs and Public Policy and Politics with a focus in Education Policy. From there she continued her advocacy in Washington state, serving as a political organizer and as a legislative correspondent for U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell.
For five years Noel was the Director of Progressive Majority Washington (now Amplify), where she partnered with groups representing communities of color, youth, women, and the LGBTQ community to increase the number of people from those communities running for office. She recruited, trained, and advised candidates for political office, from local government all the way to the state legislature.
Today Noel is a community development and planning consultant, working for a small business located in the Belltown neighborhood of Seattle, within the 36th District. As Senior Associate/Operations Manager, she partners with local municipalities and non-profits to translate authentic community engagement into lasting institutional change, as well as helps to run the business.
Noel grew up in Battle Ground in Southwest Washington. Today, the Greenwood neighborhood of Seattle is home and she is proud to serve her local community.
Click here to read the 36th Legislative District delegation’s end of session newsletter for the 2018 legislative session.
Click here to read Rep. Noel Frame’s end of session newsletter for the 2018 legislative session.
Join us for the 36th District Drop-In! This coming Sunday, May 6, Sen. Carlyle, Rep. Tarleton, and I will be at the Peddler Brewing Company in Ballard (1514 NW Leary Way) between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. Please feel free to stop by, have a...
On Sunday, May 6, Sen. Carlyle, Rep. Tarleton, and I will be at the Peddler Brewing Company in Ballard (1514 NW Leary Way) between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. Please feel free to stop by, have a drink, and sit down to talk with us...
OLYMPIA –Earlier today, the Washington State Senate passed House Bill 1561 on a unanimous vote of 49-0. The legislation, sponsored by Rep. Noel Frame, D-Seattle, would expand the development of open educational resources in public four-year institutions and the state’s...
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