Julieta Altamirano-Crosby

City Council Vice President at City of Lynwood, WA

Dr. Julieta Altamirano-Crosby, a native of Guerrero, Mexico, is a tireless advocate for education and community empowerment. Co-founder of the WAGRO Foundation in Lynnwood, Washington, she has championed human rights and cultural awareness since immigrating to the United States. Engaged in her community, Julieta contributes to organizations like the League of Women Voters in Snohomish County and the Center for Washington Cultural Tradition Advisory Board.

Her impactful contributions have earned her roles as Commissioner on the Washington State Commission on Hispanic Affairs and as a Trustee for Humanities Washington. Recognized as an “unsung hero” by SPIRIT 105.3, she has received prestigious awards and the Seattle Pacific University Medallion Award. Julieta’s leadership extends roles with various organizations such as the National Resource Center for Refugees, Immigrants, and Migrants and the Association of Washington Cities.

With a Ph.D. in Social Communications and an M.Ed. in Educational Leadership from Seattle Pacific University, Julieta remains committed to lifelong learning and being a cultural mentor. Acknowledged through awards like the Snohomish County Human Rights Award, Julieta’s work exemplifies a dedication to community building, education, and cultural understanding, enriching the fabric of society.


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