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Support for the Health Care Price Transparency Act. Cynthia Fisher.

Cynthia Fisher is a life sciences entrepreneur, independent investor, and corporate board director. Cynthia is also the founder and Chairman of PRA, Patient Rights Advocate.org...a non-profit, non-partisan organization that provides a voice for consumers --you and me, to have transparency in healthcare. A perfect conversation on Independence Day weekend, when we can consider contacting our…

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Books, bookshops, romance, a great summer read with Susan Wiggs

Susan Wiggs is a NY Times #1 best selling author, who we might feel is one of us--because her chosen home is here in the Puget Sound. Plus Susan is responsible in supplying us with great reading and escapes--a couple of the things we really value here in the northwest. Susan brings us her newest…

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An education on Social Justice, Dr. David Nurenberg

Dr. David Nuremnberg is a professor, educational consultant and writer in the Boston area who teaches courses at both the high school and graduate level. Dr. Nuremberg is the author of "WHAT DOES INJUSTICE HAVE TO DO WITH ME?: Engaging Privileged White Students with Social Justice". This book evolved over the past few years because…

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Carew Papritz, ‘The Legacy Letters’, a Father’s Day gift, and more

Carew Papritz is an award-winning author and education thought leader. The message that resonates through the pages of "The Legacy Letters" is timeless, and so critically important in our life and world today. So ideal for Father's Day, Carew talks about fatherhood, male role models, and experiences with students. Carew divides his time between Washington…

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Raven Magwood, 7 Practices of Prosperous Women

Raven Magwood an international speaker and achievement expert who graduated with honors from Clemson University at just 19! She was a national gymnastic champion at age 11 and was encouraged to write a book about her experiences. Raven now has her 4th book, and discusses with us the '7 Practices of Prosperous Women'. One of…

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A guide for dealing with compassion fatigue from Earl Johnson

Earl Johnson is one of the founders of the Spiritual Care Division of the American Red Cross. And he is the author of "Finding Comfort During Hard Times: A Guide to Healing After Disease, Violence, and Other Community Trauma". Beginning his work in the '80s during the AIDS epidemic, Earl has the experience of seeing…

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Learning & fun in a virtual theatre camp for kids this summer

Kati Nickerson is the Director of Youth Education and Community Outreach at Village Theatre in Issaquah and Everett. But in these current days Kati is with us all across the state, and even state borders--virtually. If you are wondering about what you could have your kids involved in this summer, Kati has some great opportunities…

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