September 26, 2017: Shelly Gray – Links between some medicines and dementia

Dr. Gray has been a faculty member in the UW Department of Pharmacy since 1995. In 2016, she was named the Shirley & Herb Bridge Endowed Professor, Department of Pharmacy, and Director of the Plein Center for Geriatric Pharmacy Research, Education and Outreach. She is an investigator on numerous federally funded research grants and is author […]

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September 19, 2017: James Huber, ASD

Check back soon for more information on another great program at ECR!

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September 12, 2017: Cletus Coffey, Building Athletes for Life After Sports

Cletus Coffey is a former professional and world champion athlete, who now works with sports and corporate teams to infuse into their culture and philosophy, the development and preparation of athletes for success in life after sports. In addition to consulting, training, and speaking with athletic departments, teams, and coaches, Cletus also works with former […]

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September 5, 2017: Randy Otto as Winston Churchill

Winston Churchill’s great grandson Jonathan Sandys perhaps says it best of all:     “I have heard many people attempt to play the role of my great-grandfather, but without hesitation, Randy Otto takes the role to a whole new level. Randy does not attempt to be Winston Churchill, Randy Otto IS Winston Churchill.” You will be able […]

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August 29, 2017: David Patton, YMCA of Greater Seattle

David Patton – Dave joined the YMCA of Greater Seattle team in 2014 as Senior Director of Philanthropy to help plan and lead the comprehensive campaign that will expand and enhance the Y’s impact in our community.  Dave has 15 years of strategic management experience building mature and sustainable fundraising programs.  He has developed skills […]

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August 22, 2017: Linda Spain, Seattle Neighborhood Group

Linda Spain Executive Director Seattle Neighborhood Group Born and raised in Seattle, Ms. Spain has also lived in Cleveland and New York City. She is a proud alumna of the University of Washington. In addition to her administrative duties as executive director for Seattle Neighborhood Group, she community organizes, designs crime prevention education curriculum and […]

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August 15, 2017: Jo Tono, Housing Affordability and Livability

Jo Tono is currently working at the non-profit, Futurewise, where he is performing summer outreach on housing affordability issues. He is a recent graduate of the University of Washington, where he majored in International Studies and Biochemistry. Jo’s interest in affordable housing stems from having a close friend that was a beneficiary of affordable housing, […]

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August 8, 2017: Scott Stoutenburg; Destiny Rescue

Scott Stoutenburg will speak about Destiny Rescue. Destiny Rescue exists to Rescue, Restore, Protect, Empower and be a Voice for the Voiceless. Its vision is to see the sexual exploitation and trafficking of children end in our lifetime.

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August 1, 2017: District Governor Alexander Hopkins

Alex was born in New York, grew up in Iowa, lived in Chicago and transferred out here to the Pacific Northwest 20 years ago. He graduated from Williston Northampton Academy and Knox College with a BA in Philosophy with an emphasis in Law. Giving back to the community has been very important as he has […]

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July 25, 2017: Dr. Joe Lott; UW Brotherhood Initiative

Talk Title: The UW’s Brotherhood Initiative  Summary: Professor Lott will give a talk about the Brotherhood Initiative, and the current state of Black and Brown male students in higher education. The Brother Initiative is a collaborative partnership focused on empowering undergraduate males of color to thrive on campus and graduate prepared for a lifetime of […]

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