“I plan on spending as much time as a I can hearing from the employees, hearing from the youth, hearing what happened, what the pain was, and offer opportunities for the teams who were expressing their distrust or mistrust of the organization, giving them an opportunity to lead us forward,” Echohawk said.

(Seattle Times, 9/15/21)

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