The Winners: 2017 Seattle Business Magazine Community Impact Awards

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Gauging an organization's heart is often the truest measure of success.

Meet the winners of the 2017 Seattle Business magazine Community Impact Awards.

Lifetime Achievement Award:
Dan Evans & Nancy Bell Evans

Youth Development (Large Companies)
Gold: BECU

Youth Development (Small Companies):
Gold: Juma Ventures

Workforce Development:
Gold: Washington Stem
Silver: The Coffee Oasis

Green Products/Services:
Gold: Unienergy Technologies
Silver: Beta Hatch

Pro Bono Services:
Gold: Social Venture Partners
Silver: Foster Pepper

Social Entrepreneurship:
Gold: The Riveter
Silver: Samaritan and Williams Helde

Nonprofit of the Year:
Gold: Northwest Harvest
Silver: Leadership Tomorrow

Business of the Year (Midsize/Small Companies)
Gold: Delta Dental of Washington
Silver: CFO Selections

Business of the Year (Large Companies):
Gold: Amazon
Silver: REI

Judges for the 2017 Community Impact Awards

  • Marc Daudon, cofounder & principal, Cascadia Consulting Group
  • Michael Gonzalez, senior vice president, Bank of America
  • Kelly Keller, Pacific Northwest managing partner, PWC
  • Joe Lawless, executive director, Center for Leadership and Social Responsibility, University of Washington-Tacoma
  • Luni Libes, founder & managing director, Fledge Seattle

See the rest of our events and awards calendar here.

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