Chin assumes the role previously held by Janis Avery, who built Treehouse into a nationally recognized provider of services to youth in foster care
The global nonprofit’s CEO is leaving the organization for personal reasons and will be replaced by another longtime foundation executive
The departing executives will be entitled to a termination package that includes severance and equity, a federal filing states
The Bellevue-based company’s current president, Mike Sievert, will replace Legere as the top executive next year
After a national search, the nonprofit names a longtime social- and economic-equity advocate as its president and CEO
Seattle also ranks fourth among U.S. metro areas in the number of CEOs making Glassdoor’s top 100 list
Wilkins had been president of the organization since November
A tongue-in-cheek joke dating back to the pre-legal cannabis days was that the cops always have the best weed. Today, that adage might be updated to corporations know who has the best weed.
Company’s board chair says ‘clear errors of judgment’ were made, but lauds Jerry Stritzke’s past leadership
Adriane Brown is comfortable being uncomfortable. Roxie Schescke gains more by letting go. Megan Meade doesn’t believe asking for help is a shortcoming. These women have used those life lessons in their trajectories to the top of a competitive business world in which women have been characterized as being “everywhere and nowhere.” It’s a male-dominated environment that to this day still preserves a glaring gender gap, widespread discrimination and a lack of diversity.