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Join us at Providence Institute for a Healthier Community’s 2019 Edge of Amazing: A Health & Well-being Summit For Snohomish County

Over the last five years, hundreds of passionate people have come together at Edge of Amazing to learn new research and trends, amplify efforts, create solutions, close gaps, and increase the positive impact we can make together in improving the health and well-being for our community. Join us as we harness the power of collaboration and work together to build a happier and healthier community.

Thanks to Tulalip Tribes Charitable Contributions, scholarships available - please contact Anne if interested:

For more information on Edge of Amazing, please visit our website:

Oct 02 10:30 am – 1:00 pm Verdant Community Wellness Center 4710 196th Street SW, Lynnwood, WA 98036 View A Map to This Event View This Event

Public Charge:  How will immigrant families be impacted?

Please join presenters Charlie Mitchell, Senior Attorney at Northwest Health Law Advocates ( and Eric Holzapfel, Deputy Director, Immigration Manager and DOJ-accredited representative at  Entre Hermanos (  to discuss and learn more about:

- The concerns that immigrant families and communities are raising now that the Trump Administration has issued a "final" public charge rule that is scheduled to go into effect in mid-October.

- The current public charge law, what is and is not going to change, who will and who won't be subject to a public charge test, and the lawsuits seeking to prevent the changes from taking effect

- The current rules about the liabilities of "sponsors" who signed agreements to support immigrants, the "deeming" of sponsors' income to those immigrants, and information about how the government may change enforcement of those agreements.

- What and how you might communicate about these changes with concerned clients and community members

Northwest Health Law Advocates (NoHLA) is a public interest legal organization that works to improve access to health care. NoHLA advocates for health care consumers, focusing on issues of concern to low-income and vulnerable populations in its policy and legal analysis, community education, and systemic advocacy.  NoHLA's mission is to achieve a health care system in which all individuals receive quality, affordable health care, provided on an equitable and timely basis, and are assured of basic rights and protections."

Entre Hermanos is a Latino-based LGBTQ nonprofit organization in Seattle, Washington whose mission is to promote the health and well-being of the Latino gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning community in a culturally appropriate environment through disease prevention, education, support services, advocacy and community building. 

Date: Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Time: 10:30am - 1:00pm

Location:  Verdant Community Wellness Center - 4710 196th St SW  Lynnwood, WA 98036

Cost: Free (a light lunch will be provided)

Space: Limited, pre-registration is required. 

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Email:  or  call  425-582-8600

This is one of 3 workshops in separate locations and on different dates, please be sure that this is the correct registration page for your desired date and location.

Thank you for your interest in King County’s 2020 Strategic Climate Action Plan Public Workshops! You are encouraged (but not required) to participate in the entire two hour duration of the workshop, as each event will start with information about King County government, its 2015 Strategic Climate Action Plan, recent progress and related background. Learn more at:

Intent of Workshop

The focus of the workshops is to get your feedback! What are the most important and impactful climate actions the County and cities can take? Where can the County and cities lead? What can we accomplish in partnership with you?

Registration Details

This registration form takes an average of 3 minutes to complete. RSVPs are encouraged but not required. Registrants will receive an event reminder and additional information.


Email: or call: 206-477-4554

As a Product Manager, you’re responsible for delivering products and features that both delight customers and move the company closer to its top-line metrics. However, how do you know whether the individual features you ship each sprint or each quarter are successful? Learn about the most important advice here:

- Learn about how to handle big rocks of Product Management thru framework and tools: Strategy and Road-mapping, Prioritization, Customer Journey Mapping, Backlog Management, Hypothesis-driven design development, GTM, Product Manager Vs Product Owner Vs Scrum Master, etc.- Art of building your custom tool box: Select tools that work for your company and your customer needs- Setting Product Managers up for success: How to harvest and grow skills that can't be replaced by tools

Meet the Speaker: Richa Rai

Richa Rai has had an extensive career as a Product Manager and Customer Service specialist. After almost 10 years developing products at Microsoft, most recently as the PM leading Digital Transformation for their Enterprise Services Platform, Richa moved to Kaiser Permanente where she works as Portfolio Manager.

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Get the FREE Product Book here --Please note:- Tickets sales at the door are from 6:00 - 6:30 PM (if any are still available)- Event entrance and/or seating is based on a first come first served basis.- Please arrive promptly. Doors lock at 7pm to avoid speaker disruptions.- No refunds unless we have fully canceled the event. Date changes are not included. - For additional info or questions, send an email to

Product School is the global leader in product management training, with over 10,000 alumni, 20 campuses worldwide and a live online campus. Product School’s certificates (PMC™,FPMC™,PLC™) are the most important industry-recognized certificates for product managers; all of our instructors are senior-level product managers working at top technology companies such as Google, Facebook, Airbnb, PayPal, LinkedIn, and Netflix.

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Join us for drinks, snacks and good conversation with Code Fellows' students, staff, and alumni. You'll have an opportunity to learn more about Code Fellows’ programs and what a future career in coding can look like for you. 

Agenda:4:30 - 5:00: Mingling5:00 - 6:00: Brief introduction to Code Fellows6:00 - 6:30: Additional networking and mingling with Code Fellows staff and instructors

We’re here to hang out and answer your questions. Low pressure, great drinks, top-notch alumni, and even a ping pong game or two if you’re in the mood.

Oct 04 7:00 am – 10/05/19 4:00 pm Hilton Seattle Airport & Conference Center 17620 International Boulevard, Seattle, WA 98188 View A Map to This Event View This Event

The Washington Medical Commission is pleased to host the 2019 educational conference regarding Health Care’s Role in Achieving Social Change

Microsoft® Excel® – Level II: Data Management covers optimization tools like grouping, naming cells and ranges, entering dates and times; managing data through subtotals, conditional formatting, and data validation; managing databases and lists, Linking data to Word or PowerPoint, Help options; Pivot Table design and formatting, and creating Pivot Charts, power data management tools like the advanced filter, protecting your data, What-If Analysis tools, formula auditing; troubleshooting and debugging macros, creating macro buttons for easy use, text functions, database functions logical functions and VLOOKUP, and power form creation.

This workshop is sure to improve your efficiency and effectiveness in Microsoft® Excel®.

Note: Our Excel workshops are designed to be experienced without computers. The detailed materials will help you learn and retain more without the distraction of having to enter and correct data, or wait for others to get caught up.