Posts by Karen Bohlke

Washington State Senator Jeannie Darneille joined our youth and staff for an online leadership seminar

“Through your education and your commitment to community service you are going to learn things that you never knew before. You have to be open to being excited by new things and about being driven by new things.” –Senator Jeannie Darneille The importance of curiosity, self-awareness and self-transformation were central themes of our online leadership…

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Staff and students joined the Faith and Politics Institute with Executive Director Joan Mooney for an online leadership conversation with Karen Korematsu

Dear friends: Today we joined the Faith and Politics and Executive Director Joan Mooney for the leadership seminar, where Anka, one of our Freedom Center students, co-moderated a conversation with Karen Korematsu and the story of her father, Fred Korematsu. We encourage you to take in this important conversation!! 

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Denise Daniels, VP of the Kent School District Board, joined our youth and staff in an online leadership seminar.

Leaders Must Always Know Their “Why”. Denise Daniels, VP of the Kent School District Board, joined our youth and staff in an online leadership seminar. She stressed the value of building relationships as leaders and why it’s important to always know your motivations. Denise Daniels is Vice President, Kent School District Board of Directors. She…

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Our youth and staff were joined by environmentalist and veteran organizer Doug Linney for an online leadership seminar

“It takes just one person to keep saying, ‘hey, we gotta do something!’ and other people will join you.” –Doug Linney Our youth and staff were joined by environmentalist and veteran organizer Doug Linney for an online leadership seminar that focused on best practices for getting more people civically engaged. “We’ve researched that civic engagement…

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