Linda Lowry

AI, Hope for Heroes, Medical Excellence

AI, Hope for Heroes, Medical Excellence

Take a whirlwind trip through Seattle’s social scene

The questions swirling around artificial intelligence no longer involve “if.” They’re about “how.” That was the topic of a recent event produced by the Seattle chapter of WIT (Women in Tech) Network, a global nonprofit with a Seattle chapter. The chapter delved into AI with a panel discussion on “Diversity in Artificial Intelligence” at the historic Women’s University Club in downtown Seattle.

Most Influential, Business: Maritza Lopez

Most Influential, Business: Maritza Lopez

Entrepreneur uses her experience to aid others

Maritza Lopez is one of Seattle’s 25 most influential people reshaping our region. #mostinfluential   What began as a kind gesture to share her knowledge of cosmetology has blossomed into a flourishing business for Maritza Lopez. Along the way, Lopez has mentored dozens of young women in need of guidance and career opportunities in the midst…

‘Black Folks Do Camp’

‘Black Folks Do Camp’

Sonia Wooten-Gill launched a Facebook site to help dispel an enduring myth

Sonia Wooten-Gill was surprised when she learned that Oprah Winfrey had said that Black people dislike camping and don’t enjoy outdoor activities. So, she created a Facebook page to set the record straight. Wooten-Gill, a Seattle resident and former Boeing employee, launched “Black Folks Do Camp” to invite other Black RV’ers to share their camping…

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