Teresa Mosqueda

Teresa Mosqueda is a third-generation Mexican-American, and comes to Seattle City Council following a long career effectively advocating for working families. Her calling for public service began as a child, where she learned first-hand what it means to stand up for the most vulnerable, and to fight for transformational change from her parents.
The Urbanist has been an essential outlet in our city, deconstructing policy ideas in an intersectional way. Recognizing that “the market” alone will never be enough, and that building housing in a vacuum without infrastructure and community assets leads to poor outcomes, The Urbanist’s work to weave social justice...