Mahogany Tucker

I graduated from Seattle University, class of 2019, with a Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership.

King County Office of Equity and Social Justice (June 2021–present)

King County Equity Cabinet

  • Provide ongoing analysis of the County’s policies, practices, and procedures to

  • ensure that decision-making supports the County’s intention to address the root

  • causes of disparities and distribute resources using equity and racial justice as

  • primary factors for defining objectives and measuring progress.

  • • Support evaluation of the County’s progress on the Equity and Social Justice

  • Strategic Plan and pro-equity policy agenda.

  • • Advise on enterprise-level work and partner to transform county-wide practices that

  • currently hinder equitable and racially just outcomes ( e.g. budgeting, contracting,

  • capital planning, hiring and promotion).

  • • Collaborate with all levels of County government to ensure effective engagement

  • and partnerships with Black, Indigenous, and communities of color.

Ada Developers Academy (May 2021–present)

Outreach Coordinator

  • Expand and manage our outreach goals, initiatives, and communication as we grow.

  • Developing, planning, and coordinating public outreach efforts.

  • Drive workflow improvements by streamlining and documenting processes.

  • Maintained open communication by presenting to prospective students, community partners, and internal staff

  • ((including executive leadership) about various programs.

  • Build relationships with internal and external stakeholders and devised strategies, initiatives, and events promoting our programs.

  • Oversee project logistics using industry expertise and independent judgment.

  • Formulate project plans and develop processes that include user interfaces, CRM, and reporting.

  • Fostered relationships with community partners and prospective students to promote positive community relationships.

  • Developed and initiated projects, managed costs, and monitored performance.

  • Built successful project plans covering objectives, resources and staffing to meet schedules.

4Culture (October 2018-March 2019)

Communications Intern

  • Create and organize meeting notes of all Communications team meetings with other departments and the Board.

  • Manage logistical planning for all organizational outreach meetings for the upcoming year.

  • Develop alt-text for the website.

South King County Discipline Coalition (August 2018-April 2021)

Lead Coordinator

  • Developed strategic direction, identified and implemented antiracist initiatives, and ensured progress towards goal attainment.

  • Provided guidance, information, and advice to partnering Community-Based Organizations and School District Directors, Superintendents, and Managers.

  • Collected data and apply analysis to develop reports, presentations, and training curriculum.

  • Engaged, built, and sustained relationships with diverse people and cultures.

  • Collaborated with human resources to build internal and external partnerships and agreements that help amplify under-represented and diverse perspectives.

  • Planned led and coordinated community-led solutions work, including the data collection, documentation, and reporting.

South King County Discipline Coalition (April 2016-August 2018)

Advisory Board Member

  • Collaborated to create the application to subgrant funds to grassroots organizations (August 2016)

  • Collaborating to develop Family Advocacy training curriculum for students and parents (Summer 2017)

Seattle Public Utilities (March 2015-May 2018)

Utilities Account Representative I

  • Nominated as Change Team Lead of a team collaborating with leadership to implement equitable policy reform.

  • Initiated dialogue with various workgroups to resolve and prevent issues with ratepayer billing and service.

  • Created and amended customer accounts within the utility billing system.

  • Reviewed customer consumption and billing history to address customer concerns.

SOAR Youth Advisory Council (December 2012-January 2017)

Council Member

  • Drafted grant applications and successfully budgeted the application of funding. (September 2016)

  • Arbitrated important factors to support the successful engagement and reintegration of opportunity youth into school programs and the workforce.

  • Hosted Community Conversation with a focus on Education and reported findings to Mayor. (April 2016)

Year Up Puget Sound (September 2012-January 2017)

Alumni Board Member

  • Facilitated board meetings to maintain collaboration on goals that impact alumni, students and interns

  • Created content (i.e. scope, scale and budget) for alumni events

  • Planned and hosted series of financial literacy classes (November 2016)

Aerotek (August 2012–October 2014)

On-Premise Administrator (promoted from Administrative Assistant)

  • Trained four new regional administrative team members; coordinated with other administrators and backup as needed.

  • Provided administrative support by facilitating pre-employment paperwork orientations and auditing documents for accuracy.

  • Was responsible for managing third-party vendor relationships and services to support 3,000+ contractors.

  • Managed office supply and marketing material logistics for 2 offices.

  • Managed multi-line phone service and lobby for 20+ visitors and callers per day.

  • Proactively collaborated with several teams to ensure, 15-50 weekly, new hires are 100% compliant with client-specific pre-employment clearances, including E-Verify.

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