About Corina

Dear Neighbors,
Following a highly sucessful first term Corina is Running for Re-Election!
"There is so much to love about our Kenmore from our family friendly neigborhoods, to our safe connected sidewalks, bike & trail ways, parks and natural environment. All beautifully situated in our award-winning Northshore School District." 
"I am committed to ensuring businesses can continue to grow and thrive sustainably. I will continue to fight for our community to connect real obtainable affordable housing. I will continue to work to increase our connectivity with safe connected routes, so you can walk, bike or roll, to where you need to go! Safe connected routs to our schools, parks, connected to our downtown and metro transportation.
Public health, saftey and well-being is important for our community, and thats why I will continue to work hard for you, to maintain safe, reliable community services and resourses. All in a safe, welcoming and affirming community for All. Working together to protecting and preserving our parks, natural environment and habitat for the enjoyment of future generations to come.   
I am honored to ask for your Vote!"   - Corina Pfeil, Councilmember Incumbent

Corina Pfeil holds a Behavioral & Social Health Services, Associate of Applied Science Degree and Certification in Behavioral and Social Health Services; and Pre-Public Health Bachelor of Applied Science Degree, focused in Community Health and Epidemiology from Lake Washington Institute of Technology. Corina is a well-known community leader, award winning Legislative Advocate, and former PTA Leader, with nearly 18 years of experience in the dental/medical field with quality patient coordinated care, patient management and fortune 500 team management training. She is a tireless community champion committed to working for the people on the issues that concern us All.
Corina is Proven. Dedicated and solution-oriented. She has a strong track record of success as a trusted leader by leading organizations and elected leaders for working collaboratively on public policy, key issues, and legislation, with a thoughtful growth mindset for providing smart, reliable innovative results with real workable solutions time and again – locally, regionally, at the state level, and beyond.
For over thirty-four years, Corina has called Kenmore home, and proudly raised her family here. She is the proud mother of two kids who grew up here in Kenmore, attending public school in our local Kenmore schools pathway of Northshore School District. Prior to being elected, Corina served on many non-profit boards as an executive board member and/or board member; in addition to serving on behalf of orginizations on committees and boards.
Corina is well known for delivering effetive results on policies, governance, grassroots advocacy and diversity & equity work. Her life work experience has been dedicated to public health, safety, and well-being, imporving life outcomes for many.

About Corinas Family:

Corina is a proud mother of two children, both attended school public schools here in our Kenmore pathway of our fine Northshore School District. Her oldest (Fey) Jonathan is an adult disabled child with autism. They are working on job skills training and preparing for independent living. After graduating from Inglemoor High School, later attended LWTech. Corina’s youngest, Skyler is a Funeral Services Director, now working on a Dual Bachelor's Degree. He graduated from the duel-enrollment high school & college program earning his High School Diploma and Associate of Science Degree in Funeral Services.

Sucessess and Deliverable Achievements!
Delivered on Affordable Housing: 100 New Units of Affordable Housing for Seniors, Veterans, and Persons with Disabilities; Adopted an ADU Ordnance; and Housing and Human Services with the Climate Action Plan; and Rental Tenate Protections.
Delivered on Safe Connected Routes: Pedestrian and Bike Improvements! Over 6 Miles of *New sidewalks and bikelanes connecting neighborhoods to downtown parks and transportation. So you can walk, bike or roll to where you need to go!  One - New School Zone on Simonds Road; Many New Flashing Crosswalks; Speed reuction to improve survivablity outcomes.  Completion of the New Bridge and on time, during the pandemic!
Delivered on the Environment: Protected our Tree Canopy with *New Updated Tree Ordinance's and Policies to protect, preserve and restore our tree canopy, and protect our great extrodanary trees; Protected wetlands, sensitive areas, and habitat from encroachment. *New Climate Action Plan with Housing & Human Services; Opened New Park's, and the *Newly Renovated Log Boom Park! Supported shoreline and habitat restoration projects and secured millions in funding for the enviroment.
Delivered on Public Health Safety, Wellness, and Well-being: *New Crisis Care Center!  *Expanded the RADAR Program now called RCR with a co-responders. Farmers Market with SNAP; Free Gun Lock Program; Gun Buy Back Program; Free Home Pharmacy Bock box/Bag Program; Safe Place Ordnance and Program; Life Preserver Ordnance to reduce accidental drownings and the *New Community Court.

Delivered on Diversity Equity and Inclusion:  Adopted a New DEIA Policy, DEIA Resolution and 5 Year Strategic Plan; and made a stronger commitment to arts, culture and community engagment. 


 Experienced Leadership!

Kenmore Councilmember. City of Kenmore.

Term: January 1, 2020 - December 31, 2023

December 29, 2019. Sworn-in by Supreme Court Justice Mary Yu

Committee & Board Work Experience:  Policy and governance; legislative; program development and project management; communication & outreach development; resolutions and legislative issues; policy/issue research analysis; government relations; community education and outreach; diversity, equity and inclusion; human civil rights; census, non-profit boards and executive boards,  partnership and stakeholder work.

  • Advanced Certificate of Municipal Leadership. Association of Washington Cities, 2020

  • Certificate of Municipal Leadership. Association of Washington Cities, 2020

  • Human-Centered Leadership Professional Certificate. Key Executive Leadership Programs, American University, School of Public Affairs, 2021


Current Local, Regional and National Committees

Council Appointments:

Sound Cities Association Public Issues Committee (PIC). Kenmore Alternate. (2020 – Continuing)

Eastside Transportation Committee. Kenmore Alternate. (2020 – Continuing)

Northshore Parks and Recreation Board. Kenmore Alternate (2021 - Continuing)

External Boards and Committees:

Regional King County Hazardous Waste Program MCC Board. Vice Chair. Regional King County Hazardous Waste Committee. Serving on behalf Sound Cities Association. (2022 - Continuing)

KC-YMPEP (Youth Marijuana Prevention and Education Program) Regional Steering Committee Member. Public Health Seattle & King County and King County Department of Community and Human Services. ( 2021)

KC –YMPEP Regional King County Procurement Process Committee. Valued Consultant. Public Health Seattle & King County; and the King County Department of Community and Human Services. ( 2021)

Northshore School District. Capital Bond Task Force. Kenmore Representative. Committee Member (2020- Continuing)

Citizens for Northshore Schools. Committee Member. (2021 - Continuing)

Eastside Pride Committee. Kenmore Representative. (2021- Present)

Federal Committees:

National League of Cities (NLC). Federal Policy Committee on Human Development. Committee Member. (2021 – Continuing)

National League of Cities - LGBTQ-LO. Executive Board. Committee. (2021. Continuing)

Prior Board and Committee Experience 

Kenmore Census Committee. Northshore School District and Kenmore. Multi-Families Liaison (2019 -20)

Legislative Committee; Washington State PTA,  (Nancy Chamberlin Dir.). (2018-2019)

Legislative Chair; Inglemoor High School PTSA, Local Non-Profit 501 C3, (2016 - 2019)

  • Advocacy Mentor. Mentoring to a High School Senior - PTA Student Advocate on the legislative process; Development of educational materials & outreach campaign, and presented the issue before the WSPTA Legislative Assembly Adopted Leg. Priority- Raising the Age of Tobacco and Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems to 21

  • Legislative Testimony. Provided testimony on behalf of the WSPTA before the State Legislature in Olympia, (2018) *Bill passed in the State Legislature (2019)

WSPTA Adopted LGBTQ+ Inclusion Resolution. Drafted & Co-Submitted.  (2017)

Presented before WSPTA Legislative Assembly. developed the educational promotion and outreach materials. Mentored a High School Student PTA Advocate through the legislative process

Legislative Testimony on behalf of WSPTA & PFLAG - before  the State Legislature in Olympia, Collaborated with OSPI and WEA

Legislative Chair. Kenmore Middle School PTSA. Local Non-Profit Child Advocacy Org. (2018 - 2019)

  • Drafted & Submitted the WSPTA Adopted Legislative Priority – Raising the Age of Tobacco and Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems to 21 (2018) *Passed in the State Legislature (2019)

Vice President; Kenmore Community Garden, (2018 - 2019)

NSD Core Diversity and Equity Committee & Sub-Committee. Northshore School District, (2017-2019)

NSD Diversity & Equity - Policy Sub-Committee (2017 - 2018)

NSD Diversity & Equity - Family & Community Engagement Sub-committee (2018 - 2019)

Resolutions Committee. 46th District Democrats. (2017 – 2019), (2021)

Platform Committee. 46th District Democrats. (2017 – 2018)

NSD Nutrition & Fitness Advisory Committee. Northshore School District, (2017 - 2019)

Developed the NSD Diversity and Equity Toolkit. (Checklist designed to aid in the review of policy, procedure, protocols, and programs)

KCDCC LAC Committee. 46th District Democrats - KCDCC LAC Representative, (2017 - 2019)

Legislative Chair. Kenmore Middle School PTSA. Local Non-Profit 501(C3), Parent-Teacher Child Advocacy Org, (2017 - 2019)

Core Strategic Planning Committee. Northshore School District, (2016 - 2017)

Core Strategic Planning Committee - Diversity & Equity Sub-Committee, (2016 - 2017)

Class Appointed Student Advisory Committee Officer. LWTech, (1989 - 1991)

Prior Awards and Recognition

Camp Roots - Lorax Award, Environmental Stewardship, (2020)

National Women's Political Caucus  Shero Award, (2019). (2021)

Outstanding Advocate of the Year. Northshore Council PTSA, (2019)

Outstanding Advocate of the Year. Kenmore Middle School PTSA, (2019)

Outstanding Advocate of the Year. Inglemoor High School PTSA, (2017)

Endorsing Organization Logos: National Women's Political Caucus of WA; Progressive Change Campaign Committee, Emerge WA Candidate; WA State Progressive Caucus; Fair Vote Washington; OPEIU Local 8 Union, No Fossil Fuel Money Pledge, Fuse WA Candidate Distinction, MLK Labor Union, Transit Riders Union, Shoreline & Northshore Firefighters Local Union 1760, National Organization for Women,  Affordable Housing Council of King and Snohomish County; Whole Washington Candidate Distinction, Young Democrats of University of Washington, Sierra Club, CORE Lake Forest Park, Mom's Demand Action, Master Builders of Washington, WA Housing Alliance Action Fund; Planned Parenthood Alliance & Advocates  Planned Parenthood Votes WA PAC; LGBTQ+ Victory Fund; Washington State High School Democrats, Humane Voters of WA; Theorem; Corner of Wellness, Theorem