Most Influential: Our Selection Panel
By Seattle Mag
December 31, 1969
We couldn’t have identified the region’s most influential people without the assistance of our 2010
We are grateful to:
Nancy Auer, M.D., board of trustees chair, Swedish Medical Center; John Carlson, KVI-AM commentator; Bob Frause, CEO, the Frause Group; Daisley Gordon, executive chef, Campagne and Cafe Campagne; Stacy Graven, executive director, Meydenbauer Center; Linda Hartzell, artistic director, Seattle Children’s Theatre; Leslie D. Helm, editor, Seattle Business; Alvin Alexander Henry, director of marketing and communications, Seattle Opera; Naomi Ishisaka, freelance writer and communications director, SEIU Healthcare NW Training Partnership; Sally James, medical editor and writer; Ed Lazowska, Bill & Melinda Gates chair in computer science and engineering, University of Washington; Sandy Montgomery, marketing consultant; Vivian Phillips, arts and communications professional; Susan Phinney, retired journalist; Ann Simpson, managing partner, More Turns LLC; Virginia Smyth,
editor, Northwest Health magazine at Group Health Cooperative; Karen West, freelance writer.
Seattle magazine panelists:
Rachel Hart, editorial director; John Levesque, managing editor; Brangien Davis, arts and culture editor; Karen Johnson, Seattlemag.com managing editor; Knute Berger, editor at large; Kate Calamusa, assistant editor; Allison Austin Scheff, food and dining editor; Shannon O’Leary, contributing editor; Elizabeth M. Economou, contributing health editor.
Check out the November issue of Seattle Business to find out about innovators and entrepreneurs who are affecting Seattle’s economic present and future.
Published November 2010
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