Port Commissioner Stephanie Bowman … Read More
I’m proud of the role I have played, but there is more work to be done. I would be honored to have your vote!
Commissioner Bowman was instrumental in getting the Port to provide land to establish a Tiny House Village at Interbay. She has a deep personal commitment to helping our city’s most vulnerable residents and works to find creative solutions to our region’s most pressing challenges. We need more leaders like Stephanie.
—Sharon Lee, Low Income Housing Institute (for identification purposes only)
“Stephanie has made job creation a priority at the Port, from protecting traditional marine and aerospace employment to thousands of new construction careers. Her focus on building partnerships to help prepare young people for the next generation of build and construction trade opportunities is even more critical now as we recover from the pandemic and create a stronger future for working people. The Seattle / King County Building Trades Union is proud to give her our early endorsement.”
—Monty Anderson, Executive Secretary, Seattle / King County Building Trades
“Commissioner Stephanie Bowman is an economic development professional and a strong partner for communities throughout King County, making sure Port investments in workers, transportation and trade benefit all of us. She is the kind of focused, accountable leader we need – now more than ever.”
—Nancy Backkus, Mayor of Auburn
“Expanding opportunity for minority and women-owned businesses has been a priority of Stephanie’s work on the Port Commission. This has been critical as we’ve fought to make it through the pandemic and keep our businesses open at the airport. Stephanie is a leader committed to small business, equity and inclusion. She deserves out vote.”
—David Fukuhara, Concourse Concessions
“Stephanie Bowman has been a fierce advocate for the immigrants and refugee Community particularly the Truckers who are critical to Port operations. Her efforts have led to new funding so trucker owner operators can upgrade their vehicles and reduce air emission, which is essential to the health of near -Port communities. We African Chamber of commerce members are grateful for her work protecting our workers, our community and environment. We ask you to join us in our effort to re-elect Stephanie Bowman, so she can continue to work with us as we continue to empower both the trucking community and the Community at large.”
—Peter Gishuru, President, African Chamber of Commerce