Pacific Northwest Study Mission: Reenergizing an Inclusive Economy

Pacific Northwest Study Mission: Reenergizing an Inclusive Economy

  • Date(s): Thu, Feb 11, 2021
  • Time(s): 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Location: via Zoom webinar
  • Members: Free, registration required
  • Non-Members: $10
  • Additional Information: Online registration for this event is now closed. If you pre-registered for this event, you should have received a reminder email with log in details. If you don't see it, please check your spam/junk.
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  • Questions: Contact Leigh Jacobson at 206-389-7311


Introducing the Pacific Northwest Study Mission. During this virtual, 5-week event series, we will hear from experts from up and down the I-5 corridor as they share their insights and remind us of our collective responsibility in creating a successful regional community.

In the beginning of the pandemic, businesses of all sizes had to assess and adapt their business models. Now, as we enter a new stage of recovery, we're reminder that this process is anything but linear.

At our first session, we'll be joined by business and organization leaders who will discuss strategy, setbacks and successes in recovery and reenergizing an inclusive regional economy.

Speakers Include:

  • Colleen Echohawk
    Executive Director
    Chief Seattle Club
    Seattle, WA
  • Jesse Franklin
    Jesse Franklin (moderator)
    Manager, Small Business Banking
    Bank of America
    Seattle, WA

  • Quincy Henry
    Co-Owner & Chief Experience Officer
    Campfire Coffee Co.
    Tacoma, WA

  • Mari Watanabe
    Executive Director
    Partners in Diversity
    Portland, OR
About the Program:
The Pacific Northwest Study mission serves as an opportunity for leaders to connect other parts of our region, exploring innovation and economic development.

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Membership starts at $500 and is open to any business or organization interested in increasing their presence in Seattle metropolitan region.

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