Scott Bader - At Large
Scott Bader was elected to Everett City Council in Nov. 2023. Councilmember Bader is an almost lifelong resident of Everett, a graduate of St. Mary Magdalen grade school, Cascade High School, the University of Washington, and University of Puget Sound/Seattle University School of Law. He has served on many different civic committees and board, most notably the Transportation Advisory Committee for well over a decade including multiple times as its chair, and also active in his neighborhood organizations. Councilmember Bader is also active in community organizations including scouting and his church, Our Lady of Hope. He practiced law for six years before going to work for the Catholic Archdiocese of Seattle, now working as director of parish financial services. He served on the Everett City Council from 2012 through 2021, and after not running for a district position in 2021 was elected to an at-large seat in 2023. Scott and his wife Jeanette have three adult children and live in the Riverside neighborhood.
- AWC Legislative Committee
- Library Board – 3rd Tuesday 6:00 p.m.
- PSRC Executive Board, Alternate – 4th Thursday 10:00 a.m.
- PSRC Growth Management Board – 1st Thursday 10:00 a.m.
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