Mark's
Story

Mark Miloscia was first elected to the Senate in 2014, after serving as a State Representative for seven terms as a Democrat from 1999-2013. He is well known as a leader in the efforts to combat homelessness and drug addiction in the region. He currently serves as ranking member on the State Government, Tribal Relations & Elections Committee and is a member of both the Human Services & Corrections Committee and the Higher Education & Workforce Development Committee.

Mark Miloscia was born in Biloxi, MS and moved to New York City at six. He is a retired Air Force officer and was a B-52 pilot and contract manager in the service for 10 years. He has a BS in Engineering from the Air Force Academy, an MA in Clinical Psychology from Chapman University, and an MBA from the University of North Dakota.

He has worked for the state conference of Catholic Bishops, as a substitute school teacher in the Federal Way School District, and as a director for Goodwill Industries and Federal Way Youth and Family Services. He sits on the Board of the Federal Way Boys & Girls Club and currently works as a substitute teacher in the Auburn School District.

Mark also previously served as an elected commissioner for the Lakehaven Utility District. Mark has been married to his wife Meschell for 38 years and they have three children and eight grandchildren.

Mark Miloscia is focused on our community and making life better for the most vulnerable among us.