Megan Turner got her theater start in elementary school, majored in theater technology, and now works for Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago.
“There is nothing so satisfying as hearing the pop of a sealed jar and catching the aroma and flavor of summer in the heart of...
Coffee and string cheese and a whole lot of communication: A day in the work life of Nicci Valiquette.
Whether fluffing boas at burlesque festivals or lacing up skates at RollerCon, Anica Enriquez has made her own role at Seattle’s Brown Paper Tickets.
Steve Haas’ engagement work for World Vision, a Christian humanitarian organization, has taken him to places as varied as Bakersfield, California, to Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley.
Noreen Sutton’s role at LifeNet Health in Renton suits her and her experience caring for people in their darkest days.
Ivy Fox manages operations for seven of Seattle’s farmers markets, including University District, West Seattle and Capitol Hill.
She was a frequent museum guest; now, she takes care of them (and takes the greeter for walks).
Volunteer who served in Zambia now helps others in the Seattle area begin their service journey.
First woman to serve as a general manager at Walsh has a passion for building affordable housing.
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