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Corrin Hamburg is a well-qualified candidate with pertinent water management experience who is deeply rooted in the community. As a 5th generation Skagitonian and a 3rd generation civil servant, she longs to give back to her community and serve as their PUD Commissioner.


Growing up, Corrin spent much of her time along the Skagit River at her family's farm. She spent her youth salmon fishing, flood fighting and volunteering. Corrin's love for the Skagit River, paired with her love for science, led her on an academic and professional journey to get her to where she is today.

In 2012 Corrin graduated from Skagit Valley College (SVC) as a Running Start student with a 4.0 GPA. While at SVC her passion for chemistry and water resource management flourished, and she was awarded the Chemistry Department Award, the President's Award, as well as the prestigious McIntyre Scholarship.

She continued her education at Washington State University (WSU), where she performed undergraduate research in watershed management. Later she interned as a chemistry lab technician. Corrin earned her BS in Environmental Science with a 4.0 GPA and was presented with the School of Environment's Senior of the Year award.

Corrin began her professional career as Laboratory Manager for the Skagit Valley College Environmental Conservation program. In this position she transformed the laboratory into a state accredited lab and worked with local agencies to develop student research projects in watershed studies. She teamed up with other departments within the college to develop interdisciplinary research opportunities for all the students.

In 2018 she went to work as Laboratory Supervisor for the City of Anacortes Wastewater Treatment Plant. Currently she oversees the laboratory, supervises operators, interprets laboratory results for process control and permit compliance, and produces reports for regulatory agencies. Some of her additional responsibilities include keeping the lab current on regulatory changes, maintaining consistent data quality and implementing fiscal savings.  In December 2021 Corrin received the Mayor’s Award of Merit for her exemplary work and commitment to her department.

Throughout her life, Corrin has been dedicated to serving her community through her volunteer work at the Sedro-Woolley Eagles’ Club, Dike District 17 and her stepson’s Dog 4-H club. Through COVID, Corrin cooked meals for the Eagles’ club and donated meals to local First Responders and Emergency Room staff. She has also spent much of her life flood fighting alongside her family. During the devastating flood of 2021, Corrin spent time sandbagging and sleepless nights on patrol. 

When not working or volunteering, Corrin can be found enjoying the beauty of Skagit Valley while hiking and camping; she especially enjoys her time fishing the Skagit River with her family. 


Corrin’s ability to engage in critical thinking, creative problem solving, and her never-ending desire to learn, paired with her experiences in water resource management, will enable her to effectively serve her community as the District 3 Public Utility District Commissioner for Skagit PUD.

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2014 Washington State University – Bachelors of Science Environmental Science

2012 Skagit Valley College – Associates Transfer Degree


2018-Current Wastewater Treatment Laboratory Supervisor – City of Anacortes

2014-2018 Environmental Conservation Laboratory Manager – Skagit Valley College


2013-2014 Watershed Management Undergraduate Researcher - WSU

2013-2014 Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory Technician – Edge Analytical



2021 Mayor's Award of Merit

2015 SWAN Scholarship 

2014 School of the Environment Senior of the Year

2012 McIntyre Scholarship

2012 SVC Chemistry Department Award 

2012 SVC President's Award 


2019-current Sedro-Woolley Eagles Volunteer

2019-currnet 4-H Parent Volunteer

2010-current Dike Dist 17 Volunteer 

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