Meet Carlos Jimenez



Carlos is a Community and social justice advocate with experience in promoting workers and family rights, organizing public policy changes as well as promoting the vote for the un- and under represented. 

Carlos is a Community Development Representative who has been involved in Non-profits, social services, government and education programs designed to promote organization and service to the community through various forms of media. 

Carlos is an artist and musician who develops his work at Los Pajaros Studio Gallery.


  • Public policy background
  • Community development
  • Media relations
  • Analytical thinker
  • Exceptional organizational skills
  • Project management
  • Local government background
  • Public speaking
  • Inter-governmental and legislative relations


  • Executive Director and Founder Centro Cultural Mexicano
  • Director Redmond Cinco de Mayo Fiesta 
  • Chair and Founder Latino Legislative Day in Olympia
  • Professor of Community Relations, University of  Guadalajara
  • Member of the executive board Martin Luther King Jr. County labor council
  • Vice Chair for diversity committee for Martin Luther King Jr. County labor council
  • Chair labor council for the Latin America Advancement Washington chapter
  • Chair of the Latino Legislative Day
  • Chair of the L.U.L.A.C. Seattle Chapter
  • Elected to North Highline Unincorporated area council at large position
  • Member of Immigrant Workers Freedom Ride
  • Board member of Comite Pro Amnistia General y Justicia Social
  • Director of Fiestas Patrias and 5 de Mayo celebration at Seattle Center
  • Chair of Campana Quetzal children's education program
  • Educational program at Chief Sealth High School
  • Small Business Owner

Education and Training

Bachelor of Arts 

University of  Guadalajara  School of Fine Arts 

Attended the Organizing Leadership Training