Aaron Lindstrom’s job is one that most have only dreamt about having; he is the chocolate education and outreach manager for Theo Chocolate, a Seattle company he joined seven years ago. Theo Chocolate is currently hosting a pop-up shop at Periodic in South Lake Union, through May 13.
Rick Chesmore is a celebrated architect and partner at Chesmore/Buck Architecture. The Bellevue design firm was established in 1993, with clients ranging from residential to commercial projects.
Lane Williams is the founding principal of Lane Williams Architects, a Seattle-based studio of five with a focus on designing only custom homes. On April 24, Williams will take part in the 2021 Seattle Modern Home Tour, a virtual event combining 3D virtual walkthroughs of the curated homes, in-depth discussions and Q&As.
Molly Tyler is the general manager of Robbins Brothers in Bellevue, spending her days making engagement ring dreams come true for couples in love. “We help celebrate all milestones throughout life by adding sparkle or shine.”
Elaina Herber is the president and CEO of Ascend Hospitality Group, a Black-owned, female-run independent restaurant group based in Bellevue. It has a collection of concepts ranging from the fine-dining flagship of Ascend Prime Steak & Sushi in Bellevue to fast-casual with seven locations of Famous Dave’s BBQ.
Devin Kellogg is the executive chef of Blaine-based Semiahmoo Resort Golf & Spa, where menus focus on locally sourced products crafted into approachable Northwest-inspired dishes. Learn about Chef Devin Kellogg…
Adam J. Stevenson is the executive chef at Cedarbrook Lodge’s Copperleaf Restaurant in Seattle, offering local and regional dining that celebrates the bounty and artisanship of the Pacific Northwest. Get to know Chef Adam J. Stevenson…
Manny Arce is the executive chef of Poquitos, a traditional–and not-so-traditional–Mexican restaurant with locations in Bothell and Capitol Hill. Learn about Manny Arce…
EMMY winner Klair Ethridge is the executive director of Tacoma Urban Performing Arts Center (T.U.P.A.C.), which teaches high-quality classical ballet and related dance disciplines to BIPOC and marginalized children in the Greater Tacoma Area. Ethridge is also the writer/director of Harriet, a dance film based on the life of Harriet Tubman.
Elizabeth Shepherd is the director of Children’s Film Festival Seattle, a festival presented by Northwest Film Forum, a renowned film arts organization in the area. The 2021 fest takes place Feb. 18 to Feb. 28.