New Leadership Delivering Results for Our Community
Lori Feagan moved to the area appropriately known as Opportunity in 1982, as a young mother and survivor of domestic violence. She raised her son in Central Valley and East Valley, then relocated to West Valley when she became an “empty nester.” She received her LPN and Associate’s Degrees through Spokane Community College, and her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees from Washington State University.
Lori has spent over 35 years in nursing; first as a certified nursing assistant, then as a licensed practical nurse at Eastern State Hospital, followed by 18 years working for Valley Hospital Medical Center as a Registered Nurse in the Intensive Care Unit. She continues to work in Spokane Valley as a Family Nurse Practitioner, specializing in Internal Medicine since 2009. Lori has always worked from a foundation of family and patient-centered care. She has touched thousands of lives; caring for folks unconditionally across the spectrums of age, ability, social and economic status, ethnicity, gender, and spiritual belief.
Lori has extensive volunteer experience in Eastern Washington, including her parent involvement in the Boy Scouts and East Valley HS Band Parents, and more recently with Volunteers of America and Hope House women’s shelter. Her professional experience has allowed her to travel around the world providing healthcare to unserved or underserved people, primarily refugees, orphans, and indigenous populations. Lori also volunteers for and supports the work of many organizations, unions, and local non-profits. She is on the founding Board of Emerge Washington.
Lori is a proud mother and grandmother, a caring healthcare professional, and an advocate for our community. As a long-term resident of the 4th Legislative District, she calls Eastern Washington home. Lori looks forward to serving as your voice of reason, compassion, and effectiveness, representing the needs and interests of everyone in our district.