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Rex Hohlbein

Rex Hohlbein is a practicing architect in Seattle Washington, working as the Principal of Rex Hohlbein Architects since 1987. His ‘Homeless In Seattle’ project site currently has over 12,000 followers, representing forty-five countries.

Karrie Kohlhaas

Founder of Suspended Fruit, encouraging thoughts, conversation and action regarding one’s own death.

Wendy Johnson

Physician, UW professor, global health activist

John Marzluff

Avian researcher John Marzluff showcases a few amazing, problem solving (and sometimes vindictive) feats accomplished by crows in order to break down common misconceptions about avian intelligence.

Xolie Morra

Xolie Morra Cogley is an active representative of the Autism community, speaking personally about her life with Asperger’s Syndrome.

Tom Skerritt

Emmy Award winning actor, writer, and director Tom Skerritt is a much loved resident of Washington State. While an English major in Wayne State University, his interest in filmmaking led him to UCLA to study film directing.

Maura O’Neill

Maura O’Neill places innovation at the center of her work, study, and attitude. Through her work in the public, private, and academic sectors, she has created entrepreneurial and public policy solutions for some of the toughest domestic and global problems.

David Schmader

David Schmader is a multi-talented writer, playwright, newspaper columnist, and performance artist.

Gifford Pinchot III

Gifford has been an organic dairy farmer, a blacksmith, an author, an innovation consultant, software CEO, an angel investor and currently president of Bainbridge Graduate Institute (BGI).

Rick Williams

Rick Williams, presenting with Andrea Brenneke, is a seventh generation Nitinaht master carver from Vancouver Island, as was his brother, John T. Williams who was killed in a shooting by a Seattle police officer in August 2010. Rick Williams called for justice and a peaceful response that would honor his brother and his First Nation […]