Candace Connor of Captured by Candace Photography has carved a pathway for Black representation in the wedding photography industry, snapping moments of tenderness and triumph through her own unique lens.
We spoke to CEO Ambika Singh about how Armoire is supporting women in redefining what it means to be a “boss lady” while making sustainable and fashionable clothing accessible.
Krista Linden is the Executive Director of Farm 12, a full-service restaurant and event center. Krista transformed the farm into a place that will strengthen family and community for generations to come.
Supporting Black-owned businesses and the USPS are both important. The owners of The Postman talk to us about the importance of community and how to stay connected during these turbulent times.
Shauna Causey started Weekdays after becoming frustrated with the lack of childcare options. We visit with Shauna about micro-schooling and other great programs that are available.
Meet Cameron Olds. Cameron's superpowers go beyond his talents as a landscaper and general laborer, his contagious laugh and bright demeanor leave a lasting impression on everyone who meets him.
Annie Cheng started The Table Less Traveled to give people travel experiences centered on local culture and cuisine. That all changed when COVID-19 hit.
Meet four women who are changing the face of traditionally male-dominated industries in Seattle. They tell us about their journeys and contributions to their communities.
Meet Kristen Cole of Madres Kitchen. Madres Kitchen is a women-owned, full-service caterer who specializes in creating local and seasonal event menus with the bounty of the Pacific Northwest.
Fresh Chalk talks to Erika Ramberg about her journey to becoming a yoga teacher and how she came to make a career leap into the tech world.
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