Daring Women Profiles

Stephens says the life doesn’t always provide a ‘fair and level playing field,’ but she believes perseverance can be a great equalizer

As director of the membership-networking organization, she connects business leaders who share common objectives in commerce

Affeldt also knows a thing or two about navigating the business side of the animal kingdom

Park’s Seattle-based food-distribution company brings the tastes of Korea to U.S. consumers

The Seattle attorney plays key roles in two groups dedicated to advancing women leadership skills

Her company, Liz Loomis Public Affairs, helps taxpayer-funded entities improve communications with the citizens they serve

Prior to joining SightLife, Bonilla honed her executive skills at Microsoft overseeing the company’s efforts to improve disaster-response efforts

The owner of the nearly 17-year-old LeeAnn Baker Interiors found the confidence to overcome a business failure early on in her career

Dunn’s career is defined by variety and marked by success across multiple disciplines, including tech, real estate and angel investing

Vaughan drives the dynamic media company’s HR strategy as its chief people officer