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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Commission

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Commission
Vision & Mission

Mukilteo is a community where diversity is respected, valued, and celebrated.
The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Commission advocates for recognition, acceptance, and honoring of all people, and strives to be a voice for the underrepresented.


Meeting Schedule and Location

Regular meetings occur on the Fourth Wednesday of each month beginning at 5:30 p.m., in the City Council Chambers, 11930 Cyrus Way. For those who wish to participate remotely, live streaming of the meeting is available via Zoom.

2022 Meeting Dates
September 28, October 26, November 23, and December 28.

Upcoming Meeting
To listen to the DEI meeting via telephone, call 1-253-215-8782. To watch online, click the meeting link and enter Meeting ID 851 8250 9735.

DEI Resources

Colorful Pages – Multicultural Books and Lessons for Every Student
Equity Books – Google Sheets

Meeting Materials

The DEI Commission meeting materials, video recordings, and minutes are available here.

2022: August 24; July 27, June 22; May 25; April 27; March 23; February 16; and January 26.

2021: December 15; November 7 (Cancelled); October 27; September 22; August 25; July 28; June 23; May 26; April 28; and March 24.

2020: December 14

MMC Chapter 2.48 of Ordinance 1444 was passed by City Council on December 14, 2020, which established a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Commission. This commission provides information, education, and communication that facilitates understanding of diversity and celebrates and respects individual differences. The commission will make recommendations to the Mayor and City Council regarding diversity opportunities to promote programs and provide guidance to assure an accessible, safe, welcoming and inclusive government and community. The commission will also recommend effective strategies for public engagement, removing barriers, and increasing access to city services for our city’s diverse population, as well as support, challenge, and guide government and the community to eliminate and prevent all forms of discrimination and racism.

It will meet quarterly at a minimum, and advise the City Council, Mayor and staff on related issues. The Commission consists of seven (7) members to be appointed by the Mayor, subject to confirmation by the city council according to the confirmation process established by council resolution, from residents of the city. The term of office of the seven members shall be three years, except for initial appointments. Initial appointees shall serve for terms as follows:

NameTitleTerm BeginsTerm Ends
Sandra HolzerPosition No. 14/19/202212/31/2024
Michael DixonPosition No. 24/19/202212/31/2024
Gauri SanghviPosition No. 34/19/202212/31/2022
Vice Chair Monica ShallowPosition No. 42/17/202112/31/2022
Commissioner Simon BaiPosition No. 52/17/202112/31/2022
Chair Eva StoeserPosition No. 62/17/202112/31/2023
Commissioner Jaie JonesPosition No. 72/17/202112/31/2023
Louis HarrisCouncilmember
Jason MoonCouncilmember
Steve Powers, City AdministratorStaff Liaison
Lindsey Arrington, Executive AssistantSecretary

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