Chapter 1: Kathy Coffey and community leadership
Kathy Coffey, Executive Director of Leadership Snohomish County (LSC), has more than a little experience in supporting communities and fostering leadership growth.
Besides leading LSC, Kathy serves as a member of the city of Lynnwood’s Human Services Commission. She’s a South Everett–Mukilteo Rotarian and board member of Leadership Launch, which focuses on developing student leaders. Kathy also worked for the Edmonds Community College Foundation and was development relations coordinator at Bastyr University.
Kathy was also a speaker at the 2017 TEDxSno-IsleLibraries.
Her subject? Communities and leadership, of course.
Chapter length: 47:17
Chapter 1 links
- Leadership Snohomish County
- LinkedIn profile
- TEDxSnoIsleLibraries talk
- Women in leadership
- Step Up 2018
- Leadership Launch
- South Everett–Mukilteo Rotary
- Lynnwood Human Services Commission
- Edmonds Community College Foundation
- Bastyr University
Chapter 2: Book Notes with Grant Perrigo
Librarian Grant Perrigo, a member of the Sno-Isle Libraries Readers’ Services team, shares a couple of suggestions for our podcast listeners.
Martin is just a regular computer programmer who stumbles across a computer text file that controls all human existence. Height, weight, wealth, position on the planet, or in time can be changed with a simple keystroke. Presented with this ethical and moral quandary, Martin finds himself on the wrong side of the law and does what any self-respecting nerd would do. He travels back in time to England in the middle ages, to try is trade at being a real wizard.
This graphic novel by the author of Sweet Tooth and Animal Man is a fantastic example of sci-fi world building. Robots and Humans (and Aliens) are locked in a war, and the key to solving it might be a small boy android. With elements of the film AI and parts of the graphic novel Saga by Brian K Vaughan, this recently completed series will appeal to fans of both.
Chapter length: 2:59
Ken Harvey is Communications Director for Sno-Isle Libraries.
Ken brings broad professional experience from his service
with Community Transit, Sound Transit, the city of Reno, Nev.,
and several positions in radio and TV.
Paul Pitkin is Director of the Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation.
He also plays guitar, along with several other instruments,
sings and writes music.
The Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation
proudly supports the innovative work
of Sno-Isle Libraries through private donations.
Edmonds Center for the Arts provides an
array of outstanding performing artists
from around the world, hosts events and
serves more than 75,000 patrons annually.