jerry hocutt engages humor + help + hope
As a Seattle speaker and author since 1992, I believe learning should
be fun, because the more fun you have the more you do. The more
you do, the quicker you learn. The quicker you learn, the better you
get. And you’re never discouraged when you’re having fun. Books
include The Wickedly Fun Dictionary of Business: Words That Escaped
Me Before My Brain Finished Downloading and Cold Calling for
Cowards®.
Yep. That’s me.

January 16, 2018: Paula Fitzgerald Boos, Professional Branding and Development

Paula Fitzgerald Boos has been coaching and teaching about professional presence and branding for 20+ years. She is an Executive Coach and Leadership facilitator who serves leaders and individuals in a wide range of businesses and functions. The businesses she runs with her husband include Fitsbow—focused on Purposeful Professional Connections, and Age is an Attitude—focused […]

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January 9, 2018: Judy Shafer, Seattle Nativity School

Our Mission: Seattle Nativity School is a Catholic, Jesuit-endorsed, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) middle school seeking to break the cycle of poverty through an education that nourishes souls and ignites leaders for love and service. Our Goals: Our goal is to use education as a means for students and their families to break […]

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December 19, 2017: Kevin Daniel, Coach of Slugger Beep Baseball Team (for the blind)

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December 12, 2017: Julie Stein, Burke Museum

Dr. Julie K. Stein has served as the Burke Museum’s executive director since 2005. Previously she served as the museum’s curator of archaeology. She also maintains a professor position in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Washington. Dr. Stein received MA and PhD degrees from the University of Minnesota. Her research expertise includes […]

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November 28, 2017: Dr. Ethan Rohde, a naturopathic doctor, Alternatives to Western Medicine

Check back later for more information about another great program.

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November 21, 2017: Seattle Mayor Tim Burgess

Tim Burgess became the 55th Mayor of Seattle on September 18, 2017 when his City Council colleagues chose him to fill the remaining term of Mayor Edward Murray who resigned on September 12, 2017. Mayor Burgess served as a Seattle City Councilmember from 2008 to 2017. He was first elected city-wide in 2007 and won […]

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