It was a night that included delicious food, great company, and a room filled with influential community leaders.
“Take a look at the workforce of the future. In 2012, 75 percent of the workforce will be people of color and women,” said Starr Macdonald
His friends call him an idea generator, a go-getter, and even a machine. His name is Ted Yamamura, and he was the visionary for the Executive Development Institute (EDI).
The Executive Development Institute (EDI), an agency that trains Asian and Hispanic American professional leaders, held its graduation dinner for 270 guests at the Bellevue Hilton’s
Approximately 350 people came to Executive Development Institute’s 2010 Leadership Community Picnic held at Lake Boren Park in Newcastle.
Executive Development Institute (EDI) held its 2010 benefit dinner and auction, Inclusion Fusion, at SODO Park. The featured chefs included Diego Castroviejo
Bellevue-based Executive Development Institute (EDI) elected four new members to its board of directors.
Last week, my challenge was not only to address Asian American professionals, but Hispanics, too. I was a speaker at the Executive Development Institute’s (EDI) kick-off leadership program at the SeaTac Airport Double Tree Inn.
On Jan. 11, the Atsuhiko and Ina Goodwin Tateuchi Foundation provided a grant to the Executive Development Institute (EDI). As a result, a $3,500 scholarship will be offered to candidates who attend the EDI Leadership Discovery Program. Applications are due Feb. 15, and the final selection will be made by March 1.
The Executive Development Institute (EDI) held a dinner honoring 35 graduates at the Hilton Hotel in Bellevue. Graduates represented emerging leaders and managers from leading Pacific Northwest companies.