“I love wine, so I’m always working to make a product that fascinates me.”
Electrical engineer currently leads a team that’s developing the Autoscope, an automated microscope that uses machine-learning algorithms to diagnose malaria.
“It’s so much more than books,” Nowlin says.
“I manage the finances, but everything comes down to feeding hungry people.”
A fortuitous tap on the shoulder at a Mariners game leads to a career.
Content architect blends background in software with passion for working with kids.
Sports lover supports and recruits new schools for the Unified program — those with and without disabilities playing together.
One of a handful of female legal bike messengers in the city, Kirgoz loves being out in the elements every day.
Hardware/software engineer co-owns Motion Workshop, maker of the Shadow full-body motion-capture system.
Former counselor’s favorite part of managing Theorem in Kenmore? Helping people find wellness.