with Co-Host Hayward Evans:
*Dawn Hunter, the award winning Senior Manager Airport Dining and Retail at Seattle Tacoma International Airport will be joined by Khalia Moore, Senior Business Manager, Airport dining and Retail at Sea Tac talk about the progress minority and women owned businesses are making at Sea Tac. And they will invite you to Taste of the Region Event on Saturday, October 19 11:00 am-2:00 pm at Sea Tac the event will benefit the WSCFF Burn Foundation.
*Steve Smith, Executive Director, Back Education Strategy Roundtable (BESTR), invites you to the organizations Quarterly Workshop on Saturday, October 19, 2019 10:30 am-3:00 pm at the Embassy Suites Hotel 15920 West Valley Highway, Seattle 98188. Agenda items include I-1000, Road to Census 2020, 1619 Project on the first arrival of Black Slaves 400 years ago.
*LaNesha DeBardelaben, Executive Director, Northwest African American Museum (NAAM) comments on the NAAM Partnership to Host Opening Reception for Hiawatha D. and his Exhibition entitled Iconic Black Women: Ain’t I a Woman and brings the Great-Granddaughter of Legendary Civil Rights Activist Ida B. Wells to Seattle. The opening is Friday, October 18 6-8 pm at NAAM.
*Dr. Ben Abe of the African Chamber of Commerce of the Pacific Northwest invites entrepreneurs seeking to do business in Africa need to place Saturday, October 19, 2019 on their calendar for the 21st Annual Africa Day Business Forum:Agribusiness and Investment will be the focus on the event will be held at Motif Hotel in Downtown Seattle. Information at 206.256.6139 or visit WWW.ACCPNW/EDBF.
*Jame Elmore, Founder, Alopecia Support Group just completed a Documentary about the condition and she will be joined by two of the people highlighted in the Documentary, Darren Fox who has Alopecia and his wife Patricia Montgomery-Fox.