Angelica Alvarez represents District 2 on the Highline School Board. She was originally elected in November of 2009. Angelica lives in Burien and is a strong advocate for all children.
Born and raised in San Luis, Arizona to migrant field workers, Angelica has traveled and worked in the fields alongside her family most of her life. Following high school graduation, Angelica began working in social services and education. She dedicated ten years to the Merced County Office of Education before moving to Burien to start a bilingual church with her husband. In addition to working with her congregation, Angelica has served as a referral resource for people in the community who seek social services.
Angelica currently works for the Puget Sound Educational Service District as their PK-3 System Coach. Prior to that, she worked for an agency dedicated to promoting equity for children, building community stability, and encouraging school readiness. She also worked for nonprofit Childcare Resources in Seattle. Angelica has been a trained Community Response Team member since 2006, serving SeaTac, Burien, and Normandy Park.
Term Expires 12/2017
Originally Elected: 11/2009