It was a night that included delicious food, great company, and a room filled with influential community leaders.
Why does the Northwest Asian Weekly Foundation organize the Top Contributors to the Asian Community gala?
“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
She was a nurse in Korea. She has worked in real estate for a few years. Now, Susan Lee is helping the Korean American community in
In January 2006, Christine Umayam made a life-changing visit to the Philippines. The trip was her first and the children living in poverty shocked her.
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).
Homelessness is prevalent on the streets of Seattle and Bellevue. When Chang Rae Lee immigrated to Washington state years ago, he knew that
He loves Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninov. He is also an unassuming retiree who likes to mentor young people.
“You should not honor this person,” one person said. “She is overexposed.” Just because others have honored her before is not a valid reason
Whether serving the Pike Place Market Foundation in caring for the Pike Place neighborhood in Seattle or on the board of Bates Technical College