Personality Profile: Ali Ataman

Ali Ataman was born in 1979 in Izmir, Turkey. In 2000, he was in a car accident that injured his spinal cord at T-6. After rehabbing in Turkey, he decided to come back to the States to continue his education. In 2004, he graduated from Seattle Pacific University with a degree in Computer Science. Since [&hellip

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Must Watch: The Intouchables

By Stephanie Travers When I walked into an interview for a caregiving position back in December 2008, I had no idea what to expect. With zero experience in the medical field, let alone assistive caregiving, I was there on what I can only describe as an instinct; I had seen a Craigslist ad when looking [&hellip

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Mind Over Matter: Healing doesn’t stop with the body

by M.R. This is my first blogging experience, so I appreciate those of you who are taking the time to read this. Also, thank you to all of you who are continuing to keep track of our ever-growing progress as a foundation as we work to strengthen the mind, body, and spirit of those suffering [&hellip

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Is the Millennial Generation ready to shake up the nonprofit world?

Generation Y—or the Millennial generation—is poised to move into a leadership position, and Seattle’s nonprofit world is no exception. Posted by Stephanie Travers When Sung Ohm, the Michael-Ryan Pattison Foundation’s current Managing Director, first stepped into his leadership role, he did what any good director would do and reached out to his social circle to [&hellip

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