|Date||November 22, 2014|
Chris Lewicki is the president and chief engineer of asteroid-exploration-research organization, Planetary Resources.
Dr. Boersma holds the Wadsworth Endowed Chair in Conservation Science at the University of Washington and is the founder and executive editor of Conservation magazine.
Dorothy Metcalf-Lindenburger first became a high-school science teacher where a classroom question led her to the NASA website and their program for teachers to become astronauts.
Ed Viesturs is a professional mountaineer and also works as a design consultant for outdoor equipment manufacturer Eddie Bauer/First Ascent and is a Rolex Ambassador.
Gifford has been an organic dairy farmer, a blacksmith, an author, an innovation consultant, software CEO, an angel investor and currently president of Bainbridge Graduate Institute (BGI).
Hadi Partovi is an entrepreneur, investor and co-founder of Code.org, an education non-profit dedicated to growing computer science education.
Dr. Jonathan Bricker is an internationally recognized scientific leader in a bold approach called acceptance and commitment therapy.
Since 1992, Paul’s lab has focused primarily on development of microfluidic devices and systems; the long-range goal has always been to use microfluidic devices and systems for the analysis of biological fluids for use in low-cost point-of-care biomedical diagnostics.
Founder + Creative Director at Facing Homelessness / Principal at BLOCK Architects / Co-founder of the BLOCK Project
Robert W. Davidson is the President and CEO of the newly nonprofit Seattle Aquarium.
Sarah worked in the field of art before founding the Pollinator Pathway, a long-term systems project that uses a multidisciplinary approach in design, art, planning and ecology.
Tonya Lockyer is the Executive/Artistic Director of Velocity, Seattle’s award-winning dance center, and Ezra Dickinson is a multi disciplinary artist who began dancing at the age of four.
Architects Rex Hohlbein and Jenn LaFrenier ask us to consider “Yes in my backyard” as an answer to homelessness. This father-daughter duo has an idea: let’s reimagine our personal space by inviting homeless residents to move into beautifully designed, off-grid, homes built in residential backyards. Called “The Block Project” these tiny homes — built with […]