Sheree Wen

For Medina  City Council  

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the 84th Ave NE, Medina, on July 9, 2019.
Sheree has worked hard advocated for a beautiful, safe and healthy road, now is enjoyed by bikers, drivers, walkers, elders, children and disabled. Her work also expanded state funding to $1 million for this project.


" Most people bring problems, Sheree brings Solutions."   

 -US Senator  Maria Cantwell.

“Sheree’s extensive knowledge and experience in socioeconomics at the state, national, and global level will be a great asset to our city.”       

“Yes, I would be happy to endorse your candidacy. You would make an excellent member of the council.”      

" Sheree has a big heart and a lot of energy."     

"We are excited for Sheree to continue as a member of the Medina City Council.  We are impressed with her passion, humility and energy.  She's a well-credentialed leader with a genuine interest in consensus building and preserving the rights of individual property owners without compromising our idyllic little town.  We strongly encourage you to cast your vote for Sheree.  She's the change agent we need!"     

         -Randy and Gina Harris 

"I know Sheree. I have worked with her on a few projects. She is passionate about helping people and is always open to new ideas about how to help people. I put my project under her umbrella and my trust grew. Sheree is on a number of boards serving as president on many. She is intelligent, capable and committed. I will vote for her and would urge you to do the same. She will put people first."      

        Vandana Nandan

Sheree has put Medina residents first.

Sheree is devoted to beautifying Medina Parks and make it enjoyable and safe for walking, jogging, playing, relaxing and gatherings. In addition to advocating for sensible tree codes, Sheree spoke up numerous times at Medina City Council meetings and public hearings and wrote many letters asking the city to refrain from putting a gigantic cell tower in the park.

Sheree tirelessly advocated safe roads to include bike facilities and ADA compliant sidewalks. She successfully sought and expanded the Washington state funding for the 84th Avenue NE construction.

Sheree presented and worked diligently with the Washington State and King County Emergency Management division to applying cutting edge new technologies and methodologies to the preparedness of the Megathrustrst earthquake. She also advised Washington State on safer new technology deployment to protect citizens privacy, cybersecurity and well-being.

Sheree has more work to do to serve Medina residents

If re-elected, Sheree will continuously work collaboratively with City Residents and City Council members. She will intelligently address the needed changes for our community and shape Medina's future to be safer, healthier, and a good environment to live.

Sheree has been working hard with Medina Residents to address the 520 expansion noise challenges. Sheree will work with the City, WSDOT, University of Washington, and the WA State elected officials to seek innovative ways and accelerate the effort to find funding and meet the challenges.

Beautifying and Enriching MedinaSheree has innovative ideas and will seek resources to accomplish them.

Sheree will seek potential Washington State grants and other resources to bury underground the risky power lines. That will eliminate power outages during the storm and transforming the street into beautiful, safe, green, and healthy spaces for walking, jogging and for wheelchairs and mothers with strollers.

She will tap into the non-profit organizations to hold fun and inspirational community activities so neighbors can gather and enjoy each other's company.

Enacting Sensible Ordinances and Codes -

Sheree will continuously advocate simplifying code and rules to be resident friendly and to permit homeowners to manage their property's safety and needs.

She will urge the City of Medina to send out public notices, prudently, to all residents instead of only publishing small announcements in the classified section of Seattle Times. The Medina residents have the right to know the objectives and the content of the proposed new codes before the public hearings that are mandated by Washington State law. Medina Residents need to have time to understand the implications that they have to live by for the next decades and make desirable input to the new zoning codes.

Enhancing Public Safety - Sheree’s global endeavor will be an asset in seeking additional resources.

Located in King County, an earthquake-prone zone, our city needs to examine how and where to improve protection for residents from impacts by falling trees and collapsed buildings during natural disasters.

Sheree Chaired and organized the Global Humanitarian Technology Conference, attended by hundreds of scientists and engineers from around the world. Part of the discussion focused on disaster relief by using cutting edge tools for preparedness, including instant power and communication during disasters plus innovative prevention and rescue tools.

Sheree also serves as US National Commissioner to UNESCO. UNESCO's has a critical science mandate, including in the fields of freshwater resources management, tsunami warning system, disaster risk reduction, preparedness and sustainable development. Sheree has been introducing worthwhile collaborative technologies and services to Washington State. She will share these advantages to the residents of Medina.

Sheree will strive for a more open, responsive, inclusive, and effective city government.

Residents can rest assured that if elected, Sheree will make a very effective council member and will help bring positive results. She will make a notable difference to our community!

You can reach out to her directly via email ( or by phone (206.419.1459).


Little duckies play with waves at Medina Park

Please Join Sheree to make Medina ever more Neighborly......

Seattle Times: 520 bridge expansion-joint noise drives hundreds of complaints
Originally published May 18, 2016 at 8:45 pm Updated May 19, 2016 at 9:17 pm


 Over head power cable caused  fire wipe out the entire Paradise, CA. 

Proudly Endorsed

US Senator

   Maria Cantwell


    Derik Kilmer

County Executive

    Dow Constantine

State Senator

    Patty Kuderer

    Lisa Wellman

State Representative

     Joan McBride

      Amy Whalen 

Medina City Council Members

     Jennifer Garone

      David Lee

Medina Residents

Chuck and Susan Armstrong

Delphine and Charles Stevens

Peter and Celia Heathcote

James and Caroline Giradot

Richard and Alyce Rogers

Randy and Gina Harris

Rush and Susan Reise

Fred and Mary Pneuman

Robbins and Diane Harpers

Imad and Stephanie Haque

Aman and Purvi Kapoor

Jamie and Barbara Quinn

Steve Fisher

Fred and Steve Burnstead

Gretchen Stengel

Colin Radford

Gillian Fernandes

Bridget Quinn

Linda Anderson

Vikram Nagaraj

Vadana Nandan 

Janet Ashley

Margaret Maxwell

Skip Voorhees

John Broback

Denise Lane

Valerie Cordell

Arlene Peterson

Lisa Web

Jane and Yatin Aras