Diana White
Community Leader

Diana is a community leader serving in a variety of roles with an emphasis in Education, Equity and Social Justice. As an enrolled member of Prairie Band Potawatomi Tribe, Diana is passionate about policy and issues affecting the Native American community and is working to bring Coast Salish art, food and culture to South Snohomish […]

Ed Taylor
Vice Provost and Dean of Undergraduate Academic Affairs, University of Washington

Dr. Edward Taylor is vice provost and dean of Undergraduate Academic Affairs at the University of Washington where he oversees educational opportunities that deepen and enrich the undergraduate experience. Taylor is a professor in the UW’s College of Education and he has co-authored several publications including the book Transformative Conversations: A Guide to Mentoring Communities Among Colleagues in […]

Debra Somberg
Founder, NewView

Debra Somberg has focused her 25-year career working with growth companies seeking to transform their marketplace. She is the managing partner of Sovern Group, bringing personalized solutions for health and wellness through technological innovations. Previously, she spent nearly a decade co-managing Maveron LLC, a venture capital firm focused on the intersection of technology and consumers. […]

Donna Moodie
EVP of Community Development and Executive Director, Capitol Hill EcoDistrict at Community Roots Housing

Born in Jamaica, raised in Chicago, and now a resident of Seattle for over 20 years, Donna Moodie is well acquainted with the interconnectedness of social justice, community building, and neighborhood activism. Her passion for service and bringing communities together presents itself in both her work with Community Roots Housing and Marjorie Restaurant. Moodie opened […]

Janet Levinger
Social Impact Leader

Janet Levinger is a Social Impact Leader in the Seattle area. Her vision is to create opportunity through engagement, advocacy, and philanthropy. Her focus areas include education and reproductive rights. She believes strongly in speaking up for those who cannot speak for themselves: children don’t vote; someone has to speak for the children. Janet was […]

Kelley Hall, Chief Financial Officer for REI

Kelley Hall is Chief Financial Officer at REI. Prior to REI, she served as Senior Vice President, Chief Accounting Officer and Treasurer for Nordstrom, Inc. Kelley also spent nine years at NIKE, Inc. and held various senior finance leadership positions, including as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for NIKE, Inc.’s Enterprise Operations. Prior to […]

Larry Estrada
Vice President of Private Wealth Management, Goldman Sachs

As a native Washingtonian and having grown up in Bellingham, Larry has strong ties to the Pacific Northwest. Larry provides financial advice, education and investment management expertise to high net worth family groups, foundations, endowments, and Native American tribes across the U.S. Prior to joining Goldman Sachs, Larry established and managed a global government relations […]

Colleen Echohawk
CEO, Eighth Generation

Colleen Echohawk is a born organizer, change-maker, and leader with over twenty years’ experience championing Seattle’s Native and at-risk populations. Her experiences as an Indigenous woman, small business owner, community organizer, and executive leader inform her efforts in building a community of justice and reconciliation. An enrolled member of the Kithehaki Band of the Pawnee […]

Trish Millines Dziko
Co-Founder, Technology Access Foundation (TAF)

Trish Millines Dziko cofounded Technology Access Foundation (TAF) in 1996 after spending 17 years in the tech industry. Through Trish’s leadership, TAF transitioned from out of school programs to become a statewide leader in public education, co-managing two public schools (TAF @ Saghalie in Federal Way and Washington Middle School in Seattle), partnering with public […]