She helped found Totes for Kids, which provides backpacks of essentials at a traumatic time.
He tutors, volunteers at a summer camp and food bank, and was invited to join the Gospel Mission board.
His goal is elected office. Meantime, he works and volunteers — and if you meet him he might hug you.
She’s worked for the governor and now the county executive, helping constituents through tough times.
He attributes his success to family support and the fact he was determined, confident and ambitious.
She launched the local Girls on the Run esteem-building program. Already, hundreds have participated.
She is the director of impact and investments for United Way of Snohomish County.
When he’s not at Electroimpact, he’s riding a bike or leading Everett’s Transportation Advisory Committee.
She tried the Ivy League but returned to Tulalip to help spread the teaching of tribal history.
Outreach is key for this senior analyst with the Snohomish County executive’s office.
She started her Diedrich Espresso company seven years ago, when she was just 19.
The organization’s investor relations and events manager is also a very active volunteer.
We interviewed four professionals about climbing prices, rising interest rates and bubble fear.
With a convivial clientele and a bartender who’s always “on,” the tiny tavern is the place to be.
The Issaquah-based chain is doing due diligence on the property, which is mostly owned by the city.
The frozen-vegetables processor announced last year it was moving all operations to Pasco.
After two years of work, the popular Seattle chain is opening its second Snohomish County location.
Lynnwood and Everett are seeing a spurt of growth after changing city codes to allow for this development.
Scotsman Guide has long served lending professionals. Now it’s offering information to borrowers.
The attraction would be one of the biggest of its kind on the West Coast, a tribal leader says.