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State Rep. Noel Frame is a long-standing supporter of children, education, and mental health awareness. As a progressive organizer, communications specialist, and public speaker, she has been an outspoken advocate for improved facilities and conditions for Washington students. A former foster parent, she has been a vocal supporter of increased awareness of mental health issues and the need for increased funding for our state’s social safety net.
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 and as a legislative correspondent for U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell. After serving in Senator Cantwell’s D.C. office, Noel went on to consult and advise business and non-profit clients in communication, outreach, strategy, and marketing on issues ranging from education and youth to equal rights and healthcare.
For five years Noel was the Director of Progressive Majority Washington, where her organizing and presentation skills were put to good use as 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.
Noel grew up in a Battle Ground farmhouse, that is now 100 years old, set on 10 acres of land. Today, Greenwood is home and she is proud to serve her local community.
Who: State Sen. Reuven Carlyle, State Rep. Gael Tarleton, and State Rep. Noel Frame (36th Legislative District) What: Town hall meeting When: 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Saturday, January 6 Where: Coe Elementary School, 2424 7th Ave W, Seattle, WA 98119 Why: To meet with constituents to discuss issues and...
Breaking down barriers Washington leads the way in many ways, but one of the most important is by standing up for equality and against discrimination. While there is always more we can do to protect and support ALL Washingtonians, we...
Expanding access to opportunity Creating a better future for Washington means fighting for working families and building a Washington that works for everyone, not just the wealthy few. This session we made progress in providing that support for Washington’s families...
Funding education & fixing the tax code The state has not met its obligation to fully fund public schools for nearly 40 years. Part of the problem is a lack of necessary funding, so raising new revenue was imperative this session....
Neighbors, The 2017 Legislative session was historic: Additional investment of $7.3 billion over four years in new state funding in K-12 education, continuing steady progress since 2012 for the state to correct decades of the state underfunding our schools and...
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