They often grew up in small towns where if they were not happy their parents often pulled them out of school and sent them to the big city.
Barbara Remboley, an organizer at Metrotown Metropolitan District.
Ramona Saad, a regional manager for the Metroparks District
Martha Goldfarb, deputy city editor of the New York Times
Sharon Levy, director of the office of external relations at the Minnesota Historical Society
Buck Shaw, contributing editor of The White House Chronicle and author of Times Building
James Weigand, publisher of South Florida Custom Publications
James Cresimano, chief executive of Impact World Foundation
Lorraine Kimbel, operations director of the San Jose Museum of Art
Ruth Sherman, director of fundraising at the National Trust for Historic Preservation
Malika Rockwood, senior political editor of The Huffington Post
Caryl Brooks, a retired professor of social anthropology
Catherine Lee-Chin, Executive Director of Groundworks Seattle
Tony R. Wagner, president of the Fritz Fehrenbacher Foundation
David Salter, president of the Fresh Air Fund
Rick Paul, executive director of Greyhound Bus Lines, New York and New Jersey
Helen Cleveland, president of Friends of Presbytere Inc.
Doug Cumming, owner of Crown Publishing Co. and author of Re-Indentification
Lois Adams, volunteer for Earth Day Seattle
Matthew Fishkind, publisher of the Seattle United Story Tellers’ Book Festival
Karla Schroeder, contributing editor of The Stranger
Seung-Wook Kim, president of the SoHi Korean Center in Seattle
Laura Bock, a retired teacher and member of the American Friends Service Committee.
Ann H. Cozad, co-leader of the Jewish Community Relations Council of Seattle, and retired director of the Bureau of Ethnic Affairs for the King County Parks and Recreation Department
Theresa Castlerigg, a Phoenix artist and Native American activist