Mollie West Duffy, an organizational designer, will discuss her book about emotions in the workplace at a Town Hall Seattle talk.
To Dr. Carrie Horwitch, laughter improves health — and it's fun, free physical exercise.
The career path of the scientific director at Brotman Baty Institute for Precision Medicine and UW professor began with a genetics class.
Jennifer Brantley's hand-built generator provides portable, off-grid energy for things like weddings, concerts and festivals.
Eric Olinsky leads groups through the market, choosing ingredients along the way to teach a three-course meal.
Jesse Angelo is the mobile bike fixer (and co-owner) of MBR Bike Shop.
Meet Stephanie King, who manages the palliative care program at Kline Galland in Seattle.
Meet Jana Krinsky, who is in charge of the 350-person creative team at the Seattle-based online retailer.
Arne Hall, who is managing the Avenue Bellevue project, also worked on the Bravern, Microsoft's headquarters and Crystal Mountain.
"Talking with relative strangers about housing instability, homelessness or hunger, and how these issues are effects of systemic racism isn’t exactly the easiest of conversations."
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