From the Executive Staff:
TED Talks – Ideas Worth Spreading
I’ve been a fan of the TED Talk series for a long time. It is a way to learn about the world through the perspectives of amazing and interesting people. I was honored to be invited to give a local TEDx presentation at TEDxBellevue. Below is the presentation.
On Wednesday, April 10, I’ll be presenting a free workshop on how to be a better boss.
I have three elementary school age daughters. I know this is a first world problem, but they get invited to an overwhelming number of birthday parties.
Last month I had the privilege of presenting at TEDxBellevue It was an amazing opportunity. I met so many incredible people and heard several thought-provoking new ideas.
What started out as a simple gathering to acknowledge the graduation of two of our employees from Seattle University’s MBA program, blossomed into a full blown celebration as the list of celebration-worthy events kept growing.
Seven months ago, I wrote a happy blog post about Josh Dickerson and his apparent victory over cancer
Since my husband works in the film industry, I’ve been able to attend the Sundance Film Festival in Park City Utah for the past two years.
Looking back through some blog archives – I came across this post I published in January of 2006. It was titled “My 2006 Resolution – To Be A Unicyclist”
I saw this floating around on the internet a few weeks back. I couldn’t track down the author. While some of the points might be a bit questionable, overall, the list made me chuckle. I hope you enjoy.
When a long time employee learned that her son had cancer, everyone at the credit union rallied around her and her family. We watched with our breath held as he went through months of chemo and radiation.
Since the idea of Bank Transfer Day took hold, we’ve welcomed over 350 new members to Verity Credit Union and to the credit union movement.
If you are like many Americans, you probably have, or are about to, upgrade to Apple’s new operating system for your iPhone or iPad.
This weekend I ate at Arnies in Edmonds. They are a Passport restaurant so one of my entrees was free. It was such good food and such a pretty view.
Last night, I had the privilege of sharing the stage with Nancy Woodland, executive director of WestSide Baby We were both presenters at a charity event hosted by Equinox Law Group I was so impressed with the work that Nancy and her organization are doing, that I wanted to share it with you.