After serving as a Shoreline Councilmember, Cindy was elected Mayor in 2008, becoming the first female Korean-American mayor in the U.S. Cindy was president of the Shoreline Chamber of Commerce and helped create Shoreline’s Green Business Program.
Cindy is a strong advocate for the small business owner, public transportation, environmental protection, and public safety.
Cindy serves as vice chair of the Business and Financial Services Committee, and she is a member of the Transportation Committee, Rules Committee and the Community Development Housing and Tribal Affairs Committee. Additionally she serves on the Joint Transportation Cmte., Joint Oversight Cmte. on Trade Policy, and Working Families Caucus.
During her first term in office, Cindy prime-sponsored thirteen bills – measures that protected consumers, encouraged economic revitalization, insurance reform, allowing air rescue and evacuation services, and small business partnerships.
Cindy and her husband, Cody, have deep roots in their community. They’ve lived and worked in north King County and south Snohomish County since 1976.
Cindy holds a B.S. in microbiology and a MBA from the UW.
18560 First Ave. N.E., E-800
Shoreline, WA 98177
PO Box 40600
Olympia, WA 98504-0600
Business and Financial Services Committee (Vice Chair)
Joint Transportation Cmte.
Joint Legislative Oversight Cmte. on Trade Policy
Puget Sound Regional Council Transportation Policy Board
Agency Council on Coordinated Transportation
Working Families Caucus