The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation (MCSF) hosted a reception on July 30 at the
The Asian American Journalist Association (AAJA) will be hosting the AAJA Chefs’ Showcase benefit event at the Columbia Tower Club, on the 75th floor of Columbia Tower, 701 5th Ave., Aug 4.
Ng wins Leadership in Race and Social Justice Award
Charles Ng, manager of the Contracts Administration and Support Office in the Finance Division of the Seattle Parks and Recreation Department, was awarded the Leadership in Race and Social Justice Award by the Seattle Management Association’s Excellence in Management luncheon at the Columbia Tower Club on Dec. 5.
BLOG: Jay, you should change your jokes
By Assunta Ng Gov. Jay Inslee attended a Cinco de Mayo reception last Friday at the Columbia Tower Club, and he opened his speech with a joke. Everyone laughed.
BLOG: Mayor Mike McGinn could use some sound advice
By Assunta Ng Recently, I was dining with a group of friends, and the mayor’s name came up. Some of them went with Mayor Mike McGinn to Seattle’s sister city, Chongqing, in March.
Ticiang Diangson honored with Seattle Management Association award
Ticiang Diangson Ticiang Diangson, director of Seattle Public Utilities Environmental Justice and Service Equity (EJSE) Division of the Human Resources and Service Equity Branch, was awarded the 2011 Management in Race and Social Justice Award by the Seattle Management Association (SMA) on Dec. 8 at the Columbia Tower Club.
Feb. 25: AAEOY Awardees Reception Dinner
The Asian American Engineer of the Year (AAEOY) awards ceremony is a national event to honor Asian American corporate leaders, scientists,
Blog: Nobel Prize winner says work in Japan too constraining
“Across from you is the Nobel Prize winner,” said Jiin Chen, chair of the National Engineers Week Asian American Engineer of the Year (AAEOY) Award event at the Columbia Tower
December: Bruce Harrell honored with race and social justice award
The Seattle Management Association celebrated its 27th Annual Excellence in Management Awards with a banquet at the Columbia Tower Club in Seattle.
April 22: EWISP announces six finalists for scholarships
Executive Women International of Seattle’s scholarship program will award one $2,500 and two $1,500 scholarship grants to outstanding local high school juniors.