Shannon Reynolds won election to the Fircrest City Council in November of 2013 and is the youngest currently-serving lawmaker in Washington State. She holds dual bachelor’s degrees from Pacific Lutheran University in economics and biology, with a track in pre-professional health sciences. Shannon currently attends Seattle University’s Albers School of Business & Economics, where she is pursuing a master’s degree in business administration.
She is a 2015 graduate from the Women’s Campaign School at Yale University. Shannon originally hails from Wahiawa, Hawaii and moved to Washington with her family after her father was stationed at Joint Base Lewis McCord. She attended Stadium High School and is a proud Tiger. Her hobbies include swimming and baking, and spending time with her family and her husband, Corbin, and their three cats and one dog.