Representative Mia Gregerson has served three terms in the State House of Representatives. As a state legislator, Mia has diligently worked towards increasing voter participation, reducing hunger and helping local food entrepreneurs, fighting for worker’s rights and tackling Washington’s homelessness and housing affordability crisis. She is chair of the House Committee on State Government and Tribal Relations.
Mia earned her Associates Degree from Highline College in Business, and obtained her Bachelors of Arts Degree in History from the University of Washington. Mia was adopted from Taiwan by her American parents when she was very young, and has grew up in Washington. She is proud of her asian heritage and is the first person-of-color elected to the 33rd Legislative District.
Previously, Mia served on the SeaTac City Council and as SeaTac Mayor. She also has 20 years of experience as a mid-level care provider and a business manager in the dental field.
Mia spends much of her time visiting constituents, community based groups and business partners to learn about regional and local issues.