Most Influential 2018

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Seattle’s Most Influential People of the Year 2018

We're raising a glass to those working to make this a better place— our 2018 Most Influential People of the Year

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Seattle’s Most Influential People 2018: Ones to Watch

Meet Seattle's rising stars

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Seattle’s Most Influential People 2018: Starbucks CEO, Kevin Johnson

Under his leadership, Starbucks has partnered with Mary’s Place, a shelter for homeless women, children and families, in the No Child Sleeps Outside campaign

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Seattle’s Most Influential People 2018: Women Entrepreneurs and Mentors

Amy Nelson, Megan McNally, Cynthia Tee and Leslie Feinzaig are making moves and taking fellow women along for the ride

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Seattle’s Most Influential People 2018: Gun Control Activists

Today’s teen organizers are tomorrow’s voters—and candidates

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Seattle’s Most Influential People 2018: The Next Generation

Nathan Vass, Monserrat Padilla, Jerrell Davis and Gordon Padelford are young leaders in their divergent arenas

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Seattle’s Most Influential People 2018: Forterra Founder, Gene Duvernoy

This year, Forterra announced a partnership with the nonprofit Africatown to redevelop a key block in the quickly gentrifying Central District

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Seattle’s Most Influential People 2018: The YIMBYs

The politically diverse movement has an active Seattle presence that is focused on saying yes to new density in urban neighborhoods

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Seattle’s Most Influential People 2018: Seattle Silence Breakers

Denise Krownbell and Gina Petry, leaders of Seattle Silence Breakers, are pushing our city to tackle sexual harassment, assault and gender-based discrimination