Paul Feldman was the Project Coordinator for The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway to be built at Cal Anderson Park and the Capitol Hill Link light rail station's transit-oriented development. Earlier, he served as information resources manager for Mission Investors Exchange, communications director for the former National Association of People with AIDS in Washington, D.C., a founding co-chair of the Seattle King County HIV/AIDS Planning Council, finance and policy director for Chicken Soup Brigade, now a division of Lifelong AIDS Alliance, and the producer of HIV-focused grassroots legislative training, advocacy, and lobbying events in Olympia, Washington, D.C. Elsewhere, Mr. Feldman also operated an accounting service for small businesses and nonprofit organizations.
Mr. Feldman volunteers as a Reading Partners tutor at Madrona School and with Country Doctor Community Health Clinic as it seeks to build a new dental clinic. He completed a term as board treasurer of Wider Horizons, a central Seattle nonprofit whose mission is to enable its older residents to participate in an intergenerational community that shares knowledge, experience, and services with each other, and served as a volunteer tax preparer for United Way King County for three tax seasons.
Mr. Feldman graduated cum laude with a B.S. in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School.
Paul Feldman has served as Strategic Advisor to the Finance Committee since 2015.
- 2019 Finance & Audit Committee
- 2018 Finance & Audit Committee
- 2017 Finance & Audit Committee
- 2016 Finance & Audit Committee
- 2015 Finance & Audit Committee