Keith is committed to building community — whether that’s helping remove invasive weeds from Shoreline’s parks, regularly attending community meetings, or just staying involved with his neighbors.
That commitment extends to the City Council. The Council should first and foremost be about listening to the needs of the community, not trying to impose some outside vision.
Keith’s public service record:
- City of Shoreline Planning Commission (Member, 2012-present, Chair, 2014-present)
- King County Conservation Voters (Board Member, 2007-present)
- University of Washington and Seattle University Law Schools (Mentor, Moot Court Judge, and guest lecturer, 2000-present)
- Pro bono legal work for environmental groups and the ACLU (ongoing)
- Democratic Party Precinct Committee Officer (1998-present, with some gaps)
- Lowell School Parent-Teacher Association (President, 2009-2011)
- Habitat for Humanity (Family Selection Committee member, 1999-2001)