Angela Tinker launched her career in 1996 working at the Washington Supreme Court for Justice Charles Johnson during her third year of law school. Thereafter, City Attorney Mark Sidran hired her to join the Seattle City Attorney’s Office. She started as a line attorney in the Criminal Division, handling all aspects of criminal trial work, and after a few years was focusing on criminal appellate work. Angela thereafter was selected to transfer to the Civil Division, Contracts Section, where she began practicing municipal law, advising clients such as the Seattle Aquarium, Seattle Center, Fleets and Facilities, Parks, and others. She has also served as a Guardian ad Litem for the Kitsap County Superior Court. Angela is experienced advising in right-of-way matters, including issues surrounding franchises, telecommunications, and small wireless facilities.
Angela has been a member of the Rotary Club of Bainbridge Island where she held the position of Community Grants Committee Chair. The committee annually awards approximately $150,000 in grants to local tax-exempt organizations for purchases and projects supporting the community. Its budget comes from proceeds of the Rotary Club of Bainbridge Island Auction & Rummage Sale which annually grosses in the neighborhood of $600,000. In 2017, recognizing her work with the Community Grants Committee, the club awarded Angela with the Rotary Club of Bainbridge Island Distinguished Community Service Award.
- Seattle University, J.D., cum laude, 1996
- University of California, Santa Barbara, B.A. 1992
Admitted to Practice
- Washington, 1996
- Washington State Association of Municipal Attorneys
- Washington State Bar Association
- Kitsap County Bar Association