Kristina Logsdon is a second generation Japanese American who fell in love with the Pacific Northwest’s activism and mountain views when she moved here in 2001. She has nearly two decades of experience working for and serving on boards of various non-profits, most with a focus on empowering underrepresented communities. After working on elections, initiative campaigns, and efforts to change electoral systems, Kristina is now working to effect policy change on a wide number of issues.
Elizabeth Evans Webb
Senior Legislative Aide & Director of Communications
Elizabeth Evans Webb is a proud 4th generation University of Washington Husky, who resides in Tacoma with her husband and their two young daughters. Elizabeth joined Councilmember Dembowski’s staff in 2013, having previously worked for KING 5. Elizabeth has also served as a campaign manager and staffer on a number of legislative and federal races in Washington and Oregon. Elizabeth supports Councilmember Dembowski’s work on a number of committees. Additionally, she is responsible for communications, scheduling, and constituent relations.
Garrett Holbrook is a native of Washington State who is committed to ensuring that future generations can enjoy and benefit from the natural environment and economic success of our region, as he has. Prior to joining Councilmember Dembowski’s staff in 2013, he worked in the political arena for several years, as a campaign staffer on a number of federal and statewide races, and as an intern for a member of Congress and the Governor of Washington. He is an avid fisherman, gardener, and University of Idaho Vandal. Garrett supports Councilmember Dembowski’s work on the Mobility and Environment, Government Accountability and Oversight, Regional Policy, and Regional Water Quality Committees.
Christina Fogg has been in the Pacific Northwest since a charmed May 2007 visit back to her dad’s hometown of Seattle convinced her to stay forever. Christina is the mother of two rambunctious boys and a lawyer with over 15 years of experience, most recently as the Civil Rights Program Coordinator for the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Washington. In that role she worked to address the pernicious effects of discrimination in our community. Today, Christina continues to focus on civil and human rights in her policy work for Councilmember Dembowski, including in the arenas of homelessness, criminal legal system, and youth services.