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Naghmana Sherazi

A candidate for Spokane City Council District 1 (Northeast), City of Spokane in the 2021 Washington General Election, Nov. 2

Age: 61

City: Spokane, Washington

Education: Earned bachelor's degree in economics and political science and master's degree in English from University of Karachi in Pakistan. Earned diploma in customer service from Manchester University in England. Earned associate degree in biotechnology from San Jacinto (Texas) Community College. Earned bachelor's degree in cytogenetic technology from the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, School of Health Professions. Currently working on Certificate in Leadership from Gonzaga University.

Political experience: Ran for Spokane City Council in 2019.

Work experience: Former cytogenetic technologist at Signature Genomics Labs in Spokane; formerly worked at the Spokane Regional Health District in treatment services; former lab manager at WSU Elson S. Floyd College Sleep & Performance Research Center. Currently works as the communications coordinator at Gonzaga University Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion.

Family: Divorced; has one son.

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Race Results

Candidate Votes Pct
Jonathan Bingle 5,624 56.63%
Naghmana Sherazi 4,308 43.37%

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