Rep. Davina Duerr has spent her life in service to her community. A longtime Bothell resident, Davina has worked on preserving open space and addressing affordable housing and transportation needs, with a particular focus on environmental sustainability. Rep. Duerr also currently serves as a councilmember in the city of Bothell, where she works with cities across the region to meet the needs of her community.   

Before taking office, Rep. Duerr served as Vice President of the Northshore Schools Foundation and was a co-founder and co-chair of the Foundations’ M.I.L.K. Money campaign, which helps to raise money for students experiencing homelessness. She also had over 10 years of service on the Bothell Landmark Preservation Board, including 8 years as Chair.  

Rep. Duerr was inspired to seek appointment to the legislature after working to secure funding for I-405 capacity increases in the state budget last year. A daughter of a Taiwanese immigrant, Davina was raised in upstate New York, and then attended Syracuse University, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in architecture. She currently works as a senior interior architect at a local architecture firm and is raising two active teenagers.   

Davina serves as Vice Chair of the Environment & Energy Committee, Vice Chair of the Local Government Committee, and is a member of the Transportation Committee. 

Rep. Davina Duerr, 1st Legislative District