Trishann Couvillion’s Journey to Small Business Ownership: On August 1st, 2013, Trishann Couvillion was hit by both a semi-truck and an RV on the Seattle Viaduct. She lost her job […]Continue readingMore Tag
As a veteran, business coach, and entrepreneur myself, I am often asked why those with military experience are drawn to and find success in starting their own business Instilled in […]Continue readingMore Tag
I attended my first IMPACT Pitch event in 2017. It was my first exposure to Business Impact NW, and I was excited to hear from local business owners with a deep commitment to the communities they serve.
At the time, Intentionalist had not yet launched – I was at the beginning of a series of events and introductions that would ultimately shape my vision for the kind of company I wanted to build.Continue readingMore Tag
Lorri Wallace, a recent graduate of the University of Washington’s Foster School of Business joined Business Impact NW’s board two years ago through UW’s Board Fellows Program which enables MBA students to serve as non-voting board members at a nonprofits. “Through my entire UW experience, I unexpectedly got attracted to entrepreneurship,” Lorri recalled. “Business Impact NW gave me an opportunity to look at entrepreneurship from a slightly different angle, so it seemed like a really good fit.” Lorri is driven by community and finds joy in connecting people, fostering resiliency through entrepreneurship and believes that “all individuals regardless of gender, race, veteran status or sexual orientation should have the possibility of pursuing their dream of starting a business.”Continue readingMore Tag
Hear from Boon Boona Coffee, CavnessHR and Positive Spin Pole Dance Fitness, one year after winning the IMPACT Pitch mission awards!Continue readingMore Tag