Bryan Papé is the founder and CEO of MiiR, a Seattle based Product to Project Company that focuses on creating high quality, well-designed water bottles, bikes and bags that fund water, transportation and education projects all over the world.
Julie Lewis is the founder of the 30/30 Project, a partnership between Julie, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, and Construction for Change to build healthcare facilities across the globe. She is the recipient of the 2015 Nelson Mandela Changemaker Award, a mother, grandmother and local Seattleite. In this episode, we hear Julie's story of what it was like to be diagnosed with HIV, the way in which her and her family fought against the disease, and how she's using her story to give back to those in need. BONUS: We also hear a few personal stories of what it was like raise a young Ryan Lewis.
After nearly 60 years as a disc jockey, radio station manager and concert promoter, Pat O’Day has cemented his legacy in the entertainment industry in Seattle and abroad. In this episode, we hear Pat's stories of a young Jimi Hendrix; Elvis’ love of White Castle burgers and Led Zepellin continually trashing the Edgewater Hotel. We also discuss one of Seattle’s long-standing traditions: Seafair.