“Selling fish runs in the family,” says the assistant director of operations at Pure Food Fish. Her great-grandpa started the business in 1911.
It’s been a successful day in the “office” if she can take one thing off her passenger’s list of worries, Allred says.
Abraham also directs “Ibsen in Chicago,” which opens Feb. 2 in Seattle.
Whether he’s up in a helicopter or down in a transit tunnel, Zera especially likes that every job is a big puzzle to solve.
What began as a stage crew job at Village Theatre in Issaquah blossomed into a freelance career.
Washington Trails Association crew leader graduated with a bachelor’s degree and a dream of working outside.
Her job at Town Hall Seattle is a perfect fit because “they wanted someone to produce podcasts and videos and I wanted to make them!”
Working as a run concierge at the Westin Seattle merges Smith’s passions for fitness and travel.
Ma studies the germ that causes tuberculosis to understand how it reacts to different drugs.
Plant pathologist at the Bainbridge Island preserve is in charge of one of the largest public moss gardens in North America.
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