Meet the School Board

  • The Federal Way School Board Members are your official elected local representatives in matters of public education.

    Each board member resides in a specific director district.  School directors are elected to four-year terms by voters of the entire school district.

    The board establishes the district goals, policies and budget. The superintendent and school staff translate these policies and goals into action which results in quality education for students in the Federal Way Public Schools. 

 Geoffery McAnalloy, President and Legislative Representative

Phone: 253-945-2000

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Geoffery McAnalloy, President and Legislative Representative

District #1
First Elected or Appointed: December 2013
Current Term Expires: 2021

Geoffery McAnalloy was elected to the board in 2013. He has three sons who attend school in Federal Way Public Schools. Mr. McAnalloy has served as a vice president of the Adelaide Elementary School PTA and worked as a legislative liaison. He is dedicated to helping raise money for Federal Way schools, and his efforts helped raise more than $15,000 in donations to directly benefit schools.

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 Dr. Jennifer Jones

Phone: 253-945-2000

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Dr. Jennifer Jones

District #2
First Elected or Appointed: May 2019
Current Term Expires: 2019

Dr. Jennifer Jones was appointed to the Federal Way Public School Board in May of 2019.

Dr. Jennifer Jones’ daughter attended Star Lake Elementary, Sacajawea Middle School and Thomas Jefferson High School in Federal Way Public Schools. She is deeply committed to equity in education and has spent the past 20 years of her career as a full-time faculty member at Highline College as a professor of geography and global studies.

Her previous experiences include serving as a community development volunteer for the Peace Corps in the Dominican Republic where she worked with local leaders in the areas of agriculture, women’s health and youth outreach. She also was a social worker and communications coordinator for the Harriett Tubman Shelter in Chicago.

Dr. Jones has served as a parent volunteer in a variety of roles in FWPS. Also, she has been involved in her community including at the Hi-Liners Community Youth Theater, Kent Community Police Academy and as a guest lecturer at local retirement communities.

Dr. Jones received a PhD in geography from the University of California, Berkeley. She obtained a master’s in public policy from the University of Chicago and a bachelor’s in political science from Carleton College in Minnesota.

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 Luckisha Phillips, WSSDA Representative

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Luckisha Phillips, WSSDA Representative

District #3
First Elected or Appointed: October 2018
Current Term Expires: 2019

Luckisha Phillips was appointed to the Federal Way Public School Board in October of 2018. Luckisha is a native of Washington and has lived in the greater Federal Way area for 10 years with her husband and four children. Two of her sons attend Federal Way Public Schools while the other attends an independent learning school in Seattle. Luckisha’s youngest son is a budding FWPS student in an in-home daycare in Federal Way. 

Ms. Phillips has over 20 years of experience that centers on children and families. She is a working mom, currently teaching in our local community colleges. She has worked mostly in the nonprofit sector with direct service agencies like The Boys and Girls Club, YMCA Children’s Crisis Team, and YWCA Reentry and Reunification. She has also been a teacher in early childhood education classrooms, birth-to-three centers, and special needs classrooms. Her experience will help inform policy work to support children with special needs, children with adverse experiences, and all families trying to navigate the school system. 

Ms. Phillips is a very active volunteer and has sat on the Seattle Children's Tiny Footprint Guild, The King County Youth Diversion Committee, The Children of Incarcerated Parents Committee, and the South King County Homeless Coalition. Luckisha has a bachelor’s degree and a master’s in social work from the University of Washington. With a passion for addressing the intersectionality of race, class, gender, education, and environment, Mrs. Phillips looks forward to partnering with the community and combining efforts to move our schools forward.

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 Trudy Davis, Vice President and WIAA Representative

Phone: 253-945-2000

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Trudy Davis, Vice President and WIAA Representative

District #4
First Elected or Appointed:
 October 2018
Current Term Expires: 2019

Trudy Davis was appointed to the Federal Way Public School Board in October of 2018. Ms. Davis is the mother of two boys who currently attend Federal Way High School. She brings a breadth of experience from volunteering to careers in the public and private sectors. Currently, Ms. Davis is a member of the Parent Leadership Team with the Road Map Project and Community Café. She has been an active volunteer in FWPS, including PTSA member for the past nine years. Ms. Davis held a career in the military where she served in the US Army as a Personnel Management Specialist, and held various positions in banking and real estate. Ms. Davis has also been a pharmacy technician at St. Francis Hospital, an early childhood education teacher, family support specialist and worked in King County Public Health in the Healthcare for the Homeless Department.

Ms. Davis attended Howard University. She participated in an externship at St. Francis Hospital and volunteered as a licensed pharmacy technician.

Ms. Davis believes being appointed to the school board puts her in a position to work with people who have FWPS students’ best interest as a top priority. She looks forward to working on policies and goals to improve the education, communication, advocacy, inclusion, and equity for every child.

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 Hiroshi Eto

Phone: 253-945-2000

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Hiroshi Eto

District #5
First Elected or Appointed: June 2014
Current Term Expires: 2019

Hiroshi Eto (Eh-Toh) has served on the Federal Way Public School Board since June 2014. Hiroshi graduated with a degree in engineering from the University of California at Los Angeles, and received a master’s in Civil Engineering from California State University, Los Angeles. Hiroshi retired from a 34-year civil engineering career with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in 2012. He and his wife have owned a home in Federal Way since 1988, and their two children attended elementary school in Federal Way Public Schools.

Mr. Eto believes scholars need relevant choices in curriculum and academic paths to find their strengths and interests for their future success. He believes those choices span beyond science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) to Career & Technical Education (CTE) and trades to the arts. He also believes in the strength of our diverse community to enable scholars to be successful members of an international society.

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