“I only had a one-day honeymoon,” said Phyllis Wise, interim president of the University of Washington. Wise has actually had a few great days.
“Regardless of how good of a doctor you are, a lot of other elements are involved in patient care,” said Dr. Anthony Chen.
Roberto Maestas, founder of the El Centro de la Raza, died last week. If anyone would ask me to name one Hispanic leader, Maestas would be the first to come to mind
Dr. Chang Shin has a basic philosophy that drives his dedication to serving others. “After age 50, you have learned something from society and you should try to return it.”
Karen Matsuda is a passionate nurse, an advocate for underrepresented communities and women’s health, and a deputy regional health administrator.
Lakshmi Gaur grew up in Jeypore, in Orissa, India, during the 1950s. Her personality developed during a childhood surrounded by family — aunts, uncles, a grandma, her father, and a sister.
Wendy Paul always knew that she wanted to work in a children’s hospital. “When I walk in, there is something about a children’s hospital that’s just different from an adult hospital,” she said.
Breaking the mould for Asian American youth What do you do with high-achieving students who are bad leaders? I am not blaming parents. We, as parents, lack awareness of the importance of leadership because of how we were raised — not to lead, but to be great students so that […]
The Seattle Police Department sure can’t catch a break. A month after the incident where an officer was caught on tape using racially charged remarks and stomping
What do Susan Amini, Sharon Sakamoto, and Sheryl Willert have in common? They, along with the rest of the Women of Color Empowered (WoCE) honorees, are powerhouses in law. Some are lawyers championing …