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Councilmember Martin A. Moore

   

Dear Neighbors, and Friends,

​I'm grateful for the second term you've given me, and I'm delighted I get to continue serving my community - our community - as your Federal Way City Councilmember. 

I love this city, and I couldn't be more excited about what it's become and the path we're on toward making a stronger, healthier community for our families and residents.

Solutions. Together. It's the theme I ran on and it's what my second term will be all about. I believe we're at our strongest when we come together as a community; when we work together to oversome any challenges we may face.  I cannot do this job on my own. Coming together and working together is the only way we'll achieve solutions like building better parks, building a stronger economy, advocating for working families, protecting our open spaces, and approaching our issues at their roots. I'm confident we can continue to move Federal Way forward and ensure our residents have opportunities they can embrace and that they deserve, whether they're opportunities to work or play right here in the best city in the South Puget Sound region.

If there's anything I can do to be of service to you, don't hesitate call or email me.  Thank you again for the opportunity to serve you and to keep realizing my dreams of passionate public service.  

Sincerely,

 
Councilmember Martin A. Moore
Federal Way City Council, Pos. 6

 


Biography

Current Appointments and Regional Representation                                         

  • Chair, Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC)
  • Parks, Recreation, Human Services & Public Safety Committee (PRHSPSC)
  • Sound Cities Policy Issues Committee, Alternate

Former Regional Representation

  • MIDD - Mental Illness Drug Dependency Oversight Committee

Community Service

  • AmeriCorps Member with the Federal Way Public Schools 2009-2011
  • Parks and Recreation Commissioner 2007-2013
  • REACHOUT Volunteer
  • FUSION Volunteer
  • Monday Night Community Suppers
  • Saint Vincent DePaul Parish Volunteer

Employment  

  • Excecutive Director, Audiobook Ministries
  • Guest Teacher Federal Way Public Schools

Education  

  • Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, 2007
  • Graduate of  Decatur High School, 2003

Personal

Martin was adopted at the age of eight from Sofia, Bulgaria and arrived in Federal Way in 1992. His parents, both educators, instilled in him the importance of putting others before yourself and giving back to your community.

Martin attended Saint Theresa’s Catholic Church, where he was an Altar Server and now attends Saint Vincent DePaul Parish. He attended Federal Way public school before enrolling in Saint Martin’s University, where he obtained his bachelor’s degree in Political Science.

Following his college graduation, Martin returned to Federal Way and continued his community service as a Federal Way Parks and Recreation Commissioner since 2007. In addition, he served in the Federal Way Public Schools AmeriCorps program from 2009 to 2011, where he tutored, led after-school programs, and helped at-risk students towards the goal of attending college.

Martin is a very proud uncle to a three-year-old nephew, Milo, and a niece, Rowan. He wants to make Federal Way a place where dreams can come true for their generation, just as it was for a child from Bulgaria years ago.  

Martin is married to Sarah (August 2016) and is currently working on his master degree in school guidance counseling through City University of Seattle.

 

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Contact

Contact
Council Office Ph: 253.835.2401
Cell Phone: 253.653.3825
Council Fax: 253.835.2409
Email

Committee Assignments:

  • Chair - Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC)
  • Parks Recreation, Human Services & Public Safety Committee (PRHSPS), Member
  • Public Issues Committee (PIC) Sound Cities Assoc., Alternate

Facebook: www.Facebook.com/CouncilmemberMartinMoore 

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/CouncilmanMoore                 
                       
Terms in Office
November 2013: Elected to Council
November 2017: Re-Elected to Council

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