Live in Ravenna, and work on Queen Anne. Juggling: publishing a book, running a small business (brand strategy consulting), taking care of aging parents, and momming for a teen, a tween, and a very fat cat.
I am an interior designer & organizer with a passion for helping busy families reclaim style and space in their homes on any budget. I deliver creative design, home organizing, and color consultation services which are family-focused, affordable and fun. I help you fall in love with your home!
I live in West Seattle with a passion for travel, a busy family life, volunteering evangelism and oh yeah, I help startups grow as my get paid job. I'm looking for a better way to get quality people to do projects around my house, to provide sound medical care for my family and for experiences to help me unwind and relax...because I need it!
I've lived in Capitol Hill, Issaquah, and now Columbia City. The Light Rail is my lifeline. So, if anything requires going over a bridge, I'm not going unless it's really good. Oh, and now I have Bernese Mountain Dog who gains 3 lbs a week, so my life includes weekly trips to the pet store, vet, and dog trainer.
Empty nester and Fremont home & rental property owner. Lots and projects that I need help with! When I'm not working on the to-do list at home I'm a business builder & change agent focusing on financial matters. Recovering Chocolatour (not! - must be my Swiss heritage). Hoping to connect with others and learn about really great local pros.
Father of two amazing little humans... Director of Kindle reading at Amazon... Passionate "student of strength" and Team Leader in the StrongFirst system of strength... Lifelong martial artist, currently getting choked out as a blue belt in Gracie Jiu-Jitsu... Insanely curious about the intersection of Ancestral Health and Biohacking...
Proud 15+ year U-District Neighbor | originally a PNW island dweller | currently balancing life as a start-up entrepreneur and mom to one elder canine and two young primates | native language = Spanglish
Ada Developers Academy is a tuition-free, year-long, software development training program for women & gender diverse folks. On this page you'll find resources and referrals that have provided needed support to past students. We'll be actively updating this page, please send us any and all suggestions for additional resources. Welcome, Cohort 12!
People always ask what kind of real estate we specialize in, and we simply like to answer with: "The people kind!" As managing brokers at Windermere Wedgwood, our specialty, and home, is Northeast Seattle. Serving both buyers and seller, our mission is to make the process both educational and fun!
Raised in Seattle. Dad, husband, entrepreneur and small-time comedian. Living in Normandy Park, which allows me to enjoy Seattle in bite-size pieces while still close enough for my commentary to be heard :-)
I just moved back from the desert oasis of Las Vegas to the green lush of the Pacific Northwest. Follow my adventure as I re-discover this little corner of the United States. From my travels to the “yasss” in my styling ventures; all these qualities have defined my journey. I want to help you find your own journey through meaningful experiences!
Every client is unique. I am passionate about helping women find their personal style so they can go out in the world and be their best self. I love to use my 20 plus years of experience in the industry to help you feel inspired and excited to get dressed every morning by reinventing, recycling and refreshing your wardrobe.
Hello. I'm Erika. I'm a Seattle native back in my hometown after a good time abroad. Rediscovering a different city from the one I grew up in and excited to be back home (and on Fresh Chalk) to share and learn about all Seattle has to offer. As a yoga teacher my main interests are in health and wellness, but expand to include art, media, and more!
Founded in 2012, Pepper’s Personal Assistants is anchored in the mission (and joy!) of helping discerning Seattle professionals recapture their personal time. Over the past 7 years we've had the privilege of working with many businesses in the area, you'll find our favorites on this page.
I was born in Somalia and grew up in the United States. I am the mother of two beautiful boys. For the last 15 years I have been working with women in a variety of capacities in healthcare and advocacy. I am a graduated from Midwives College of Utah. I am also a Washington State Licensed Midwife and a Certified Professional Midwife.
Mom of three, general contractor, engineer and laborer restoring my 1924 home one project at a time. Gifted at seeing the potential in most anything and enthusiastic fan of reinventing...it's my business and my passion!
I have lived in Seattle for 11 years. If I'm recommending something across the pond, it's worth the trip. I have worked in healthcare for 11 years, so I've had the benefit of hearing a lot of recommendations from many patients.
I am one half the SeattleResults.com team (aka Dynamic Duo) serving Buyers and Sellers in Greater Seattle. Ron Waxman and I love what we do, providing "The Results You Need" while making the process of buying or selling a home informative, fun and successful! Our goal is always to make you feel like our "only" client.
PIP - Person in Progress. Passionate about personal, professional development and caring for my furry side kick - Finn. Excited to find this new resource to share my feedback and receive helpful options. D.C. to L.A. to Seattle with a few layovers in Holland and France.
Innovative, proactive business and tax advisor to small and mid-sized businesses in the Pacific Northwest. I stay active hiking, backpacking and Nordic skiing in the PNW and enjoy combining my interests in gardening and cooking by creating “Zero Mile Meals” from my front-yard urban farm.
I have deep roots back in Kenya . This allows me to understand both the Kenyan birth experience and how vastly different the American birth experience can be. I can help bridge the gap between the two and provide profound comfort to new and expectant mothers.
Balazs entered upon his career in elementary education as a middle school language arts and social studies teacher at Quest Academy, a school for gifted children in Palatine, IL. He brought his love for world literature and history to his students in a highly differentiated, project-based learning environment that included many hands-on experiences in real-world settings. After growing into an administrative role as Director of Teaching and Learning at Quest, Balazs moved to the Ancona School in Hyde Park, where he held a similar position for six years. At Ancona, Balazs oversaw the work of teachers from Pre-K to 8th grade, including curriculum revision, professional development, teacher evaluation, new teacher induction and the nuts and bolts of the day-to-day functioning of that small, progressive independent school. Balazs returned to Seattle to join KapKa Cooperative School in the Fremont/Phinney neighborhood as the Director of Learning.