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Wallace “Wally” Webster II

Wallace "Wally" Webster IITitle: Retired Finance Executive

Location: Lynnwood, Washington, United States


  • Benton-Franklin Counties Community Action Committee (past executive director)
  • Central Washington University (director of Affirmative Action)
  • Columbia Basin Community College
  • St. Elmo High School, St. Elmo, AL
  • United States Air Force (airman first class, 1965-1969 Vietnam era)
  • University of Washington Executive Management Program

Current Community Organizations:

  • Edmonds College (chair, board of trustees)
  • Garden Shepherd Senior Housing Advisory Board (chair)
  • Lynnwood Public Facilities District (past former chair, board of directors)
  • Lynnwood Sister Cities Association (treasurer, board member)
  • Lynwood City Chief of Police Advisory Committee
  • Pacific Northwest Bankers Association, Seattle, WA (president, board of directors)
  • Snohomish County Multiple Agency Response Team (SMART) (member)

Past Community Organizations:

  • City of Lynnwood Neighborhood & Demographics Diversity Advisory Commission (past chair, commissioner)
  • Congress of Racial Equality, Tri-Cities Chapter (founder, past president)
  • Legal Foundation of Seattle Washington (former board of trustees)
  • United Way Snohomish County (former board of directors)


  • Honoree, Distinguished Worldwide Humanitarian Award (2021)
  • Featured Member, Marquis Millennium Magazine, Marquis Who’s Who (2021)
  • Recipient, Six Sigma Black Belt (2005)
  • Recipient, LEND – Leadership, Excellence, and Neighborhood Development Award, Bank of America (2001)
  • Honoree, Branch Manager of the Year, Bank of America (1990)
  • Honoree, Community Leaders of America (1971)
  • Recipient, Award of Appreciation in Recognition of Community Involvement and Participation in Community Affairs, East Pasco Neighborhood Council (1971)
  • Awarded Special Office of Economic Opportunity grant, which was used to pay the salary of the first African American police trainee who was later hired and sworn in as the police officer of color in the history of the City of Pasco
  • Hosted a Voter Registration Drive in Pasco, WA, registering more than 400 new voters
  • Lead the movement to close Whitter Elementary School, a segregated school in East Pasco, WA
  • Recipient, Black Belt, Taekwondo
  • Spearheaded the collaborative planning, development and funding of the East Pasco Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Center

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