Executive Development Institute (EDI) raised over $95,000 at its annual dinner and auction, Inclusion Fusion, Sept. 17. John Chen, CEO Geoteaming, an EDI graduate, donated $20,000. The event was held at The Foundry in Seattle, where over 200 guests attended and participated in the wine toss, mystery room, silent and live auctions, and voting for their favorite […]
A reception was held to honor Marci Nakano as Executive Development Institute’s (EDI) new Executive Director, April 21. Over 100 were in attendance at the Four Seas restaurant. EDI is the only Pacific Northwest non-profit organization that focuses on leadership training for multiethnic professionals. Nakano transitioned to Executive Director on March 1, 2015. EDI’s current […]
The Executive Development Institute (EDI) offers the Atsuhiko Tateuchi Memorial Scholarship to potential participants applying to EDI’s leadership programs. Interested candidates should be an Asian Pacific Islander leader, currently working for a community nonprofit organization. The scholarship of $3,850 covers the full tuition of EDI’s Leadership Discovery program, but can also be used to cover […]
The Bellevue-based Executive Development Institute (EDI) presented its 20th annual Puget Sound graduation celebration on Nov. 14 at the Hilton Bellevue, with a reception, dinner, and ceremony.
Maria Bea Querido, a current Leadership Discovery participant with the Executive Development Institute and a Boeing employee, was one of 10 young Filipinos from the United State to take part in the second annual Filipino American Youth Leadership Program. The program, hosted by the Embassy of the Philippines, took place in July of 2013 in […]
Maria Bea Querido, a current Leadership Discovery participant with the Executive Development Institute (EDI), has been selected for the 2013 Filipino American Youth Leadership Program. She is one of 10 participants chosen from the United States and Guam.
“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