Doug Wheeler is the owner of Doug Wheeler Therapy and a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in private practice for 36 years, with the majority of his career spent in Woodinville.
Merrisa Claridge is the president of Heritage 1904, a fifth-generation family business specializing in sourdough cookery, craft cocktails and Northwest spirits.
Seattle’s Miriam Landis is an author, ballet teacher with the Pacific Northwest Ballet School and publisher with Rhododendron Press. Landis recently authored a new middle-grade book, Lauren in the Limelight.
Gabi Cociuba is a photographer and program manager for the American Romanian Cultural Society, organizer of the Romanian Film Festival Seattle. The film festival celebrates its 10th edition, playing Nov. 4 to Nov. 12 at SIFF Cinema Uptown, Northwest Film Forum and online.
Bailey Turner is the director of Sales and Catering for Victory Hall and The Boxyard, a one-of-a-kind event location in Seattle’s SoDo neighborhood.
Vocalist, songwriter and indie recording artist Tiffany Wilson has joined Teatro ZinZanni’s newest show at Lotte Hotel Seattle, performing with the theatrical cirque experience for the very first time.
Kimberly Carney is the founder and CEO of Seattle’s own FashWire and GlossWire, B2B2C global shopping marketplace platforms connecting brands and consumers through data-driven technology.
Olympia’s own Ruth Hayes is an independent animator and artist. “I’ve been producing animation in a variety of ways since the 1970’s including precinema formats like flipbooks and zoetropes and analog film as well as digital video.”
On Oct. 12, Teatro ZinZanni opens its newest show, taking place at Lotte Hotel Seattle’s grand ballroom in The Sanctuary. One of its stars, Elena Gatilova, has performed in more than 2,500 shows with Cirque du Soleil.
Clyde Petersen is an transgender Northwest-based artist working in film, animation, music, large-scale installation and fabulous spectacle.