The Nature Conservancy stewardship manager for Washington got her start in an AmeriCorps program.
In a fairly new specialty, the clinical informaticist at Virginia Mason combines clinical care and tech to improve patient care.
A stop in the consulate five years ago to obtain an ID card led to a new line of work.
Globetrotting Seattle resident is an adventure guide with Adventures by Disney and an assistant expedition leader with TCS World Travel.
Punk musician finds a home — and has a blast — working to provide classical music education to Seattle-area kids.
His work ranges from drafting player contracts or endorsement deals to advising major sports teams and owners, brands and investors.
Open Arms Perinatal Services doula loves making a difference in King County’s indigenous community.
The program reaches more than 2,500 K-12 students in South Seattle and South King County each year.
“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.
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