Seattle Business Magazine Honors YouthCare at the 2015 Community Impact Awards
YouthCare was thrilled to be part of the 2015 Community Impact Awards. YouthCare Executive Director, Melinda Giovengo, accepted our award for Youth Development. We thank Seattle Business magazine and are excited about the work of our fellow honorees!
Seattle Business magazine honored the region’s most influential business and community leaders on October 21, 2015, at the second annual Community Impact Awards. A sold-out crowd of more than 360 guests at the Museum of History and Industry celebrated 26 honorees in categories ranging from sustainability to youth development.
Joni Earl received the Lifetime Achievement Award for her outstanding influence on the region as CEO of Sound Transit. The evening concluded with a touching video tribute to the legacy she has built.
The Community Impact Awards received the generous support of presenting sponsor PwC and signature sponsors Alaska Airlines, Dorsey & Whitney and WGU Washington.
The award winners are:
Business of the Year: Small Companies
WINNER: Pacific Continental Bank
SILVER: Windermere Real Estate
SILVER: CFO Selections
Business of the Year: Midsize Companies
WINNER: Seattle Sounders FC
SILVER: El Gaucho Hospitality
Business of the Year: Large Companies
WINNER: Holland America Line
SILVER: The Puyallup Tribe of Indians
Nonprofit of the Year
SILVER: Seattle Neighborhood Greenways
Sustainability in Business Operations
WINNER: Canyon Creek Cabinet Company
SILVER: Precor Inc.
SILVER: Element 8
WINNER: Second Use
SILVER: Community Sourced Capital
Pro Bono Services
WINNER: Hillis Clark Martin & Peterson
SILVER: The First Tee of Greater Seattle
SILVER: Juma Ventures
Job Creation and Workforce Development
WINNER: MOD Pizza
SILVER: Center for Advanced Manufacturing Puget Sound
SILVER: Evergreen Beauty College
Joni Earl, CEO, Lifetime Achievement
Read more about the 2015 Community Impact Awards at seattlebusinessmag.com.