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Julio Cortes, 34, brings ‘passion and fearlessness to uplift our community.’
Natosha Gobin is spreading her passion for Lushootseed to tribal and non-tribal students.
Edmonds activist and consultant Courtney Wooten advocates for children throughout Snohomish County.
Christine Stansfield is helping a south Everett neighborhood take charge of its library.
When Dustin DeKoekkoek’s second daughter was born with Down Syndrome, it opened his eyes to empathy.
Julio Cortes made a difference at Cocoon House and now works to promote the city and the region.
When Clothes For Kids needed a new heating system, Craig Olson donated one and had it installed.
Alexander Lark once built nest boxes for ducks. Now he raises money for Housing Hope and its families.
Through her tireless efforts, Nicole Amor connects people with needed programs and services.
Ambar Martinez also knows first hand the challenge of acclimation for people of diverse backgrounds.
Everett attorney Neil Weiss watches for situations that are “a perfect moment for an intervention.”
Chester Curtis helped raise money to open a center that serves veterans and their families.
WSU Everett spokesman Randy Bolerjack has a message for all students: Help your community thrive.