Annalisa Mueller-Eberstein

Class of

2020

Representing the City of

Kirkland

Sustainability Ambassador since

Fall 2016

Annalisa has a passion for working with the environment and her local community. As a dedicated change maker, she wants to ensure that our government will protect our environment. Serving on the executive council for her school’s Tech Crew, ASB, and Key Club has made Annalisa a natural leader and collaborator. She has competed at the state-level competition for  National History Day and the national competition for Future Business Leaders of America. In the future, Annalisa hopes to serve her community as a leader in local government, and she already has lots of experience as a Page to Representative Roger Goodman and as an intern for various political organizations and campaigns in Washington State. The Ambassadors program serves as a natural fit for her interests, due to its deep focus on policy analysis, and filling gaps in the King County community. She hopes to learn more about leadership, collaboration, and commitment as a Sustainability Ambassador. She has also used her staffing and secretariat experience in Model United Nations to help supplement her award-winning public speaking and research skills. Through her internships with Sustainability Ambassadors she has learned more about website design, time management, and event planning, and hopes to further her knowledge this summer by completing another internship with the Ambassadors. Annalisa enjoys reading, binge watching a show on Netflix, fangirling, and making horrible (wonderful) puns.

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