A surprising part of the job? The calculated, flying leap marine pilots take from the pilot boat onto a rope ladder hanging off the side...
Creative arts therapist Jael Weinberg oversees the social, cognitive and emotional care of memory-care residents.
Besides being a professional photographer whose subjects have included the Obamas, Bill and Melinda Gates, Oprah and Elton John, Paul Dudley is also an auctioneer,...
Ben Wilson, “the man behind the curtain,” makes medical simulation more realistic by programming lifelike dummies to behave like real patients.
Slalom's Anne Marie Ou left chemical engineering, learned Python and joined the red-hot field of data science.
Meet Ron Harmon, who works at Daniel Smith, a Seattle-based manufacturer of watercolors and oils for artists.
Nice-guy tattoo artist on the best part of the job: helping people feel better about themselves.
Meet Angie Kamel, who runs a Seattle Rep program that makes the community the creators, not just spectators.
Longtime recycling and yard waste hauler loves the pride of leaving Federal Way better than it was when she drove the shiny, green truck in...
"I’m constantly astounded by what a student is capable of when given access to the right mentors and the right technology," the biologist says.
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