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Carmen Green

A candidate for Mead School Board, District 5, Mead School District in the 2021 Washington General Election, Nov. 2

Age: 59

City: Colbert, Washington

Education: Graduated from Port Angeles High School in 1981. Received a bachelor's degree in communications with in emphasis on public relations from Washington State University in 1989.

Political experience: Appointed to Mead School Board in 2014 and elected to board in 2017.

Work experience: Currently works part time as a practice coach at Providence Medical Group, working with primary caregivers and clinic caregivers to make changes in delivering care to patients. Worked as the director of revenue cycle and director of support services at Providence Medical Health Care.

Family: Married to Todd Green. Has three grown children.

Campaign funding: Raised $17,800 as of Oct. 21. Contributors include herself ($1,550), developer Lanzce Douglass ($1,000), former Mead Superintendent Tom Rockefeller ($125) and former Spokane Mayor Dennis Hession ($100).

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Race Results

Candidate Votes Pct
BrieAnne Gray 8,915 52.62%
Carmen Green 8,028 47.38%

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