Eleven committee members represent the geographic, ethnic and economic diversity of King County’s unincorporated areas and Sheriff's Office contract cities and seeks to represent all nine King County Council districts. They are appointed by the county executive.
If you are interested in joining the CAC, please review the position description, fill out an application, and return it to OLEO per the application instructions. Those who apply will also need to complete a King County Boards & Commissions Application Form and a Financial Disclosure Form.
The following individuals are members of OLEO’s Community Advisory Committee:
David Baker, PhD
Position 1 - Contract City
Mayor Baker has served on the Kenmore City Council for over ten years. David received a Registered Nurse degree in 1974 from Iowa Western Community College. He then attended the University of Nebraska where he earned both a Bachelor of Science degree and a Master’s of Science degree, and he has also received a Ph.D. from Iowa State University. Mr. Baker owns Vision Systems Engineering, has lived and worked in Kenmore since 1995, and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Association of Washington Cities and the National League of Cities.
Sili Savusa, Chair
Position 4 - Unincorporated King County
Ms. Savusa is the Executive Director of the White Center Community Development Association. Sili is a Trustee at Highline College, Governor’s Commission on Closing the Achievement Gap, API Advisory at South Seattle College and the Washington State Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs Committee (CAPAA).
Position 6 - Unincorporated King County
Joe is the son of immigrant parents, born and raised in South Seattle. He is committed to serving the marginalized in our community and as President of Wellspring Family Services’ Associate Board, works to assist families experiencing adversity; such as housing stability, domestic abuse, and adverse childhood experiences. As a senior manager at Microsoft with a strong technology background, Joe leverages his experiences to support organizations in the community.
Position 7 - Unincorporated King County
Ms. Moss has been a Human Resources professional for the last ten years and regularly volunteers as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for children. In this volunteer role, Tamika advocates for children involved in the juvenile court system to break the cycle of child abuse. Her mother has served as a police officer for more than 20 years. As a child, Tamika saw her work in various positions while serving her community, building relationships, and making a difference.
Mia Su-Ling Gregerson
Position 8 - At-Large
Ms. Gregerson, former SeaTac Mayor, served on the SeaTac City Council between 2008 and 2015 and is the current Representative of the 33rd District in the state legislature. A graduate of Highline Community College with an Associate of Arts Degree in Math and Science and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in European History from the University of Washington, Mia is active in the Sound Cities Association, the National Association of Cities, and the National Women’s Political Caucus. She is a surgical assistant and business manager and has lived in SeaTac for over 38 years.
Position 9 - At-Large
Mr. Pacheco was raised near Venice Beach, CA in a biracial home. Abel is a graduate of the University of Washington’s Evans School of Public Affairs and currently serves as the Assistant Director for External Relations at the University of Washington. He also serves as a member of the Wallingford Community Council, United Way’s Emerging Leaders, and the young professionals’ group of Plymouth Housing Group.
Reverend Kenneth Ransfer
Position 10 - At-Large
Born in Los Angeles, CA, Reverend Kenneth Ransfer is the pastor of the Greater Mt. Baker Baptist Church of Seattle, WA. He is a teacher of a wide variety of Bible classes, most notably Blacks in the Bible. In addition to his pastoral ministry, Pastor Ransfer is actively involved in civil rights, policing reform, and other advocacy efforts. He is currently an Associate Chaplain for the Seattle Police Department, Past President of the United Black Christian Clergy of Washington State and is currently finishing his Doctor of Ministry Degree at Bakke Graduate University.
Liz A. Campbell
Position 11 - At-Large
Ms. Campbell has been a voice for social justice since volunteering as a six year old on the George McGovern campaign. Liz moved to the Belltown neighborhood of Seattle almost 12 years ago and resides there today. She has been involved with various parts of drug policy reform and Law Enforcement and Diversion (LEAD) programs for nearly 6 years and has seen first-hand what improvements can be made through thoughtful increase in communication between law enforcement and residential communities.