Alyssa Lisle is the chef at Harry’s Fine Foods, a neighborhood restaurant located in Seattle’s Capitol Hill. “Harry’s specializes in connecting our guests with the bounty of the Pacific Northwest’s many incredible growers, purveyors and makers.”
Linsey Nancarrow is the creative director of Sustainable Innovation at Indigo Slate in Seattle, where she is leading a new effort to work with clients on sustainable business initiatives
Erin Adams is the executive director of Seattle Good Business Network. “We’re an entrepreneurial nonprofit working at the intersection of the economy, equity and the environment.”
Washington-born Teresa Spellman Gamble is the co-owner of Tinte Cellars, a family-owned winery that unites its passion for local wine with a commitment to strengthening the communities that make it. Since opening in 2018, the award-winning business has supported over 100 nonprofits.
Anna Saito is the director of Restaurant Operations at Pike Brewing in Seattle. The brewery is the longest-running craft brewery in Washington State.
Jackie Socha is the general manager of Kirkland Urban, a mixed-use development set on 11 acres of land in the heart of Downtown Kirkland.
Meeka Quan DiLorenzo is the Associate Principal Cello of The Seattle Symphony orchestra. “We perform weekly, downtown, at Benaroya Hall. Our programs range from classical, contemporary, popular culture and, sometimes, we even screen movies and play the live soundtrack.”
Seattle’s Heather Snavely is the CEO and president of AAA Washington. She is the first female CEO in the clubs’ history and has expanded its leadership team, which is mostly female.
As the founder of a specialty jam company and the former cookbook editor at Amazon (when the department started in 1996), Rebecca Staffel brings her love of food to her work as the director of marketing for Picnic Works in Seattle.
Otilia Baraboi is the executive director at Alliance Française de Seattle and co-founder of The Romanian Film Festival Seattle. The film festival is hosting its ninth-annual event now through Nov. 27 with a variety of in-person and streaming opportunities.