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LIFESTYLE LETTER

MAY 2019 PUBLISHER

Caitlin Agnew | caitlin.agnew@lifestylepubs.com EDITORIAL COORDINATOR

Emma Morem | emma.morem@lifestylepubs.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Women of Influence

Caitlin Agnew, Libbi Finnessey, Susan George, Camille Paterson, Lisas Schreiner, Avi Soor CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

Ashley Genevieve, Life N Light, Emma Morem

IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA CULTURE WE LIVE IN, IT’S EASY TO GET CAUGHT UP ON "LIKES" AND VIEWS ON HIGHLY CURATED, SOMETIMES SPONSORED, CONTENT. I find myself thinking, how are these people actually “influencing” in real life when there are no filters, “likes”  and edited captions?  The women featured in this month's issue may have decent social media followings, but that’s only a side note when looking at what they are actually accomplishing in real life, off-screen. These successful leaders embody boldness, creativity and generosity. Working with all of them on this issue was inspiring to our whole team! In this issue, we highlight women leaders in business, like Jennifer Leavitt, who has worked for The Bellevue Collection for 34 years; as well as small business owners who have found purpose and give back, like Claire Sumadiwirya and Heather Tuininga.  You may have noticed we also included some Seattle icons in this issue: Linda Derschang (founder of the Derschang Grop), Kate Isler (Be Bold)  and Amy Nelson (co-founder of The Riveter).  These women's creations

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continue to do so. Amy’s company, The Riveter, opened in Bellevue last fall; Kate

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has brought the largest International Women's Day celebration to the PNW and

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER DeLand Shore

Linda’s restaurants continue to be some of the most iconic in Seattle—we can only hope she’ll be bringing one of her creations to Bellevue soon! With Mother's Day this month, we hope you take the time to celebrate the women in your life and enjoy hearing the stories of the inspiring women featured!

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INSIDE THE ISSUE MAY 2019

FEATURES 20 Kickboxing 101 Kate Mensah on Kickboxing Knowledge

24 Cheers, Ladies! Suite Restaurant & Lounge Shares Its Favorite Female-Inspired Cocktails

26 Women of Influence Meet Five Local Women Who Are Influencing Community in Bellevue

48 Something Special for the Mother in Your World Real Moms Surveyed Sharing

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Real Local Products that Would Make Their Day Sparkle

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DEPARTMENTS 8

Lifestyle Letter

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Good Times

16

Around Town

20 Healthy Lifestyle 24 Culinary Creations 32 Hot Spot 36 Giving Back 40 Inspired By 44 Lifestyle Calendar 48 Local’s Choice


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GOOD TIMES

Avenue Bellevue Sales Center Unveiled Fortress Development unveiled its new sales center and full-sized model unit for the 98 “Estate Homes” at Avenue Bellevue, a two-tower luxury condo (a total of 332 residences), hotel and retail plaza coming to downtown Bellevue. Local developer Andy Lakha introduced his team behind the project, which includes an InterContinental Hotel and restaurant by Michelin three-starred chef Joshua Skenes.

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GOOD TIMES

Vital Voices Northwest's International Women’s Day Celebration in Seattle Vital Voices Northwest celebrated International Women’s Day in Seattle, featuring inspiring speakers Lina Khalifeh, founder of SheFighter; and Valerie Biden Owens, vice chair of the Biden Foundation. In 1997, Vital Voices was created to make space for women to be heard. VitalVoices.org

Matthews Winery Black Ball Event Matthews Winery hosted The Black Ball, an amazing “black tie and gown” affair that proved to be quite the splash. Produced by Own the Night Productions, Inc. and held at Thomas Family Farm, the gala included a true Hollywood red carpet experience, live music, wine, food and more. Look for the wildly popular White Party coming this August. PHOTOGRAPHY BY RESOLUTION PHOTOGRAPHY (@RESOLUTIONPHOTOGRAPHYLLC) | PHOTOGRAPHER: RYDER AND THE VERSE (@RYDERANDTHEVERSE) 

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AROUND TOWN radiant and tighten pores. Wine was provided by Icon Cellars, and food was prepared by Chef Dane.

GRAND OPENING: MEYDENBAUR BAY PARK Breaking

ground

in

2017,

the

long-

awaited Meydenbaur Bay Park opened to the public on March 16. The 10-acre park is now home to a 400-foot pedestrian water-walk; plenty of seating; a swimming beach; and access to boat loading, canoes, kayaks  and paddle boards that can be launched at the beach. 

BELLEVUE FARMERS MARKET OPENING DAY MAY 16 The Bellevue Farmers Market operates a seasonal Thursday farmers market, held every week rain or shine in the parking lot of Bellevue Presbyterian Church from 3–7 p.m., May 16  until  Oct. 10.  Each market day is composed of its own unique mix of vendors offering seasonal fruits and vegetables, cut flowers, fresh meats, one-of-a-kind artisan goods and tasty cuisine. All BFM vendors grow and make the products they sell, and they  are proud to say everything sold at the  market comes from within the great state of Washington.

SCOUT & MOLLY'S HOSTS SPRING PREVIEW PARTY IN ISSAQUAH HIGHLANDS Scout & Molly's is the new women’s fashion boutique bringing a unique and personal shopping experience to Grand Ridge Plaza in Issaquah Highlands. Bellevue resident and store owner Michelle Bowers always dreamed of opening her own boutique where women feel like they’re shopping in their best friend’s closet. This spring, Michelle is excited to offer the latest trends—from stripes and paisley  to flowy tops and distressed denim—with

brands

including

Spanx,

Elan,

Cupcakes and Cashmere, AStars and Mavi.

SPECTRA LASER OPEN HOUSE AT SUH ESTHETICS

THE 2019 KING-SNOHOMISH COUNTY REGIONAL SPELLING BEE AT THE MEYDENBAUER

At the Spectra Laser Open House at Suh

The Meydenbauer Theatre recently hosted

Esthetics, owner and practitioner Dr.  Suh did

90 middle-schoolers for the regional spelling

Hollywood laser peel demonstrations on  guests.

bee. Schools across King and Snohomish coun-

The Spectra Laser is often used on celebrities

ties were moderated by Seattle Radio Theatre

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AROUND TOWN

(CON TI N UED)

historian Feliks Banel. The winner, Nidhi Achanta from Maywood Middle School, advanced to the annual Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C.

FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS AT SUITE Every Friday and Saturday of each month, enjoy complimentary Aerial Acrobat performances by Seattle

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HEALTHY LIFESTYLE

ARTICLE LIBBI FINNESSEY | PHOTOGRAPHY EMMA MOREM

kickboxing 101 KATE MENSAH ON KICKBOXING KNOWLEDGE

WELLNESS – BE STRONG, BE HEALTHY AND TAKE CARE OF YOU! Part of this involves exercise, another is self-care, but the key is also safety. Local fashion designer and fitness guru Kate Mensah encapsulates these features in her kickbox coaching. Here we will walk you through some workout drills to get you up to speed on kickboxing.

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Knee up: Bring one knee up at your waist level, and stay on your tiptoe on the other leg when you bring your hip forward and lean back to reach out to your opponent’s stomach or chin. Always keep your face away from your opponent in order to protect yourself and be ready to attack.

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Uppercut is a vertical punch that goes straight to the chin or the stomach. This punch gets its power by slightly leaning on the side of where you are punching. Always have one leg forward and one leg back in order for you to have a good balance when bringing your punch forward.

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Elbow: With your right leg forward and your left leg back, bend your elbow by bringing your hand at your chest level. Then twist your hip and left knee in, in order to throw your elbow to your opponent’s face.

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HEALTHY LIFESTYLE

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5

(CON TI N U ED)

Same technique as photo 3.

Hook: Bend your elbow 90 degrees, palm facing your face, then twist your right hip toward the left side so your punch will follow your rotation. Your arm should be at your shoulder level, basically at the face level of your opponent.

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Jab: Basic punch – Full extension of your arm, palm facing down, twist your hip to reach forward as much as you can. Keep your opposite hand at your face level protecting the side of your face; we call that keeping your guard on.

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Cross: Basic punch – Full extension of your rear arm, palm facing down. The power of your punch comes from the rotation of your hip so you can reach your opponent's face further without being to close to him/her.

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WHETHER YOU'RE CELEBRATING MOTHER'S DAY, GIRL'S NIGHT OUT OR BRUNCH, THESE SPRING COCKTAILS ARE PERFECT FOR CELEBRATING THE LADIES IN YOUR LIFE. Recommended by  Lisa Olson,  founder of  Suite  Restaurant &  Lounge, both cocktails incorporate fresh fruit and herbs. Suite is an award-winning restaurant and popular nightlife destination situated in the heart of Bellevue’s shopping district that is conveniently located on the lobby level of the Wintergarden in the Hyatt Regency Hotel. The culinary team has created a menu that offers sharable and portable small plates for large parties to enjoy as well as delectable entrees and desserts for finer dining experiences. If you aren't able to stop in for a crafted cocktail, follow these steps to create your own.

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women of

MEET FIVE LOCAL WOMEN WHO ARE INFLUENCING COMMUNITY IN BELLEVUE

Jennifer Leavitt OCCUPATION: VP of Marketing COMPANY: Bellevue Collection HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN IN YOUR LINE OF WORK? I began my career at the Bellevue Collection (Kemper Development Company) right out of college. What began as an internship turned into a career of 34 years and counting. WHAT IS ONE MAJOR LESSON IN LIFE YOU HAVE LEARNED AND WOULD SHARE WITH OTHER WOMEN? Continue to try to put yourself in another’s shoes and also be a collaborator with creative ideas. I work with a lot of creative teams in my job—if you can imagine from Snowflake Lane to Fashion Week and everything in between—and collaboration is key. It comes best by trying to see others’ perspectives. It leads to valuable work relationships that last a long time and great synergy. WHAT DO YOU LOVE ABOUT YOUR COMMUNITY IN BELLEVUE? WHAT SETS IT APART? “I LOVE MY JOB BECAUSE WE ARE A BIG DOOR TO

I grew up in Bellevue and currently still reside on the Eastside. I love the supportive nature of

THE COMMUNITY. I HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO

the community. I received a college scholarship

WORK WITH A WIDE VARIETY OF ORGANIZATIONS

from Bellevue LifeSpring, which is also the oldest

IN BELLEVUE THAT CARE SO MUCH ABOUT THIS

tenant of the Bellevue Collection. I love the fact

AREA, AND WE ARE ALL WORKING TOGETHER TO TRY TO MAKE IT A BETTER PLACE.”

that there are longstanding nonprofits that care about the community and work to help and interact with the members of the community. BellevueCollection.com | @bellevuecollection

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Claire Sumadiwirya OCCUPATION: Founder & Managing Partner COMPANY: Bellden Cafe HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN IN YOUR LINE OF WORK? We celebrated our two-year anniversary of Bellden Café on April 1. Prior to Bellden, my husband (and business partner) and I opened two cafes inside hospitals in Shanghai. WHAT IS ONE MAJOR LESSON IN LIFE YOU HAVE LEARNED AND WOULD SHARE WITH OTHER WOMEN? Always put your ego down and ask for help. Growing up, I was an only child, so I never asked for help—I was always independent—but I had to learn to let go and ask for help. Being a part of a community requires flexibility and teamwork, which requires the ability to ask for help. WHAT DO YOU LOVE ABOUT YOUR COMMUNITY IN BELLEVUE? WHAT SETS IT APART? I love the authenticity you find in Bellevue. It is such a beautiful place that offers so much to the community, but there are also areas of the city that need our support. I love how strongly knit the community is here and committed to helping each other. belldencafe.com | @belldencafe

ARTICLE LISA SCHREINER | PHOTOGRAPHY LIFE N LIGHT

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WOMEN OF INFLUENCE

(CON TI N U ED)

Nicole Wakley OCCUPATION: Founder and Curator COMPANY: TREE HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN IN YOUR LINE OF WORK? It’s been 15 years since I left my career as a lawyer to plant the first seed of TREE, eco-chic home furnishings from the heart. When I was recognized in Asia Legal 500 as the top young leader in my field, I had a moment of self-reflection to reconsider what I really wanted in life. I remembered my childhood dream of opening a furniture shop with a café, and I followed my heart and opened TREE— and here we are 15 years later! WHAT IS ONE MAJOR LESSON IN LIFE YOU HAVE LEARNED AND WOULD SHARE WITH OTHER WOMEN? I’ve learned to redefine my previous understandings of success  and to pursue a career and a life that fills my heart and allows me to strive toward balance. I grew up with a certain understanding of success, which led me to become a successful attorney, striving to compete and succeed in an extreme and commercial world. I was so keen to succeed in it, it was potentially at the sacrifice of greater things in life: relationships, family, all of life’s special moments. And after years of that lifestyle, I learned that I needed to find something that fulfilled me within and brought a deeper value to my life that I could share with others. I decided to refocus my life in the pursuit of balance and personal fulfillment and to listen to what my heart was telling me. WHAT DO YOU LOVE ABOUT YOUR COMMUNITY IN BELLEVUE? WHAT SETS IT APART? Opening TREE in Bellevue has been an amazing experience. Bellevue has a true love for beautiful design and signature style, and I’ve loved getting to know so many unique and talented people from all over the world and making new connections. Tree.co | @tree.us

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WOMEN OF INFLUENCE

(CON TI N U ED)

"MY FAVORITE QUOTE IS, 'YOUR SPARK CAN BECOME A FLAME AND CHANGE EVERYTHING.' —E.D. NIXON"

Dr. Lucy S. Hostetter OCCUPATION: Anesthesiologist and Owner COMPANY: Seattle Regenerative Medicine Center HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN IN YOUR LINE OF WORK? I have been an anesthesiologist for 15 years but just entered the regenerative medicine world a year ago. WHAT IS ONE MAJOR LESSON IN LIFE YOU HAVE LEARNED AND WOULD SHARE WITH OTHER WOMEN? That failure is never a  reason to stop trying, it is only a learning point on the journey toward success. I constantly try to challenge myself, and I find that the harder the challenge, the more determined I become. I'm not afraid to try new things, and I'm not afraid to fail, because I know that if nothing else, I will grow and learn from the experience which will be invaluable to my future successes.  WHAT DO YOU LOVE ABOUT YOUR COMMUNITY IN BELLEVUE? WHAT SETS IT APART? Bellevue is a very diverse and  welcoming community, and I have loved being a part of it. There is also a great interest here in health,  wellness and fitness  which falls right in line with the mission of Seattle Regenerative Medicine Center. SeattleReGen.com | @seattleregen

“I BUILT THE SEATTLE REGENERATIVE MEDICINE CENTER WITH THE PRIMARY FOCUS BEING TO HELP PATIENTS UTILIZE THEIR BODY'S OWN HEALING PROCESSES BY PROVIDING ALTERNATE STRATEGIES FOR TREATING CERTAIN MEDICAL CONDITIONS. THIS HAS BEEN A PASSION OF MINE FOR YEARS, AND I AM SO EXCITED TO BE OFFERING THESE INNOVATIVE TREATMENT OPTIONS.”

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Heather Tuininga


OCCUPATION: Principal COMPANY: 10|10 Strategies HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN IN YOUR LINE OF WORK? 15 years WHAT IS ONE MAJOR LESSON IN LIFEYOU HAVE LEARNED AND WOULD SHARE WITH OTHER WOMEN? I’ve learned that "more" is sneaky. Every time I’ve sought more success, more status or more stuff, it has left me wanting. It never delivers the peace, happiness or contentment I hoped it would.  Turns out, more is insatiable… it always leaves us wanting even more. It took learning something new, something that would replace my desire for more achievement, accolades and acquiring.  I learned how deeply loved I am, by my creator, and that his love delivers more than I could ever ask for or imagine. There I found peace, contentment and joy.  Not just happiness; true joy.  Knowing I’m beloved has changed my life! WHAT DO YOU LOVE ABOUT YOUR COMMUNITY IN BELLEVUE? WHAT SETS IT APART? I love that my community is willing to share with one another—everything from the best plumber recommendations to a toy kitchen they’re ready to pass down to another child. It’s a way we help one another and

create

beautiful,

interwoven

community along the way. 1010Strategies.com May 2019 | Bellevue Lifestyle

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HOT SPOT

The Riveter: Coworking and Community

BUILT BY WOMEN, FOR EVERYONE

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ARTICLE SUSAN GEORGE PHOTOGRAPHY EMMA MOREM

“At its core, The Riveter was created for all women to thrive.”

WITH TODAY’S MODERN AND, MORE NOTABLY, MOBILE CULTURE, WE FIND OURSELVES WITH THE ABILITY TO RUN OUR BUSINESSES FROM WHEREVER OUR LIVES TAKE US. While we can answer emails and run socials from the phone in our pockets, there are still times when we find the need for a conference room or a community of like-minded individuals who understand what it can be like to work for yourself or remotely. Because of this, co-working spaces are more popular than ever. “Built by women, for everyone” is the motto for The Riveter, a local female-owned co-working and community space.  Amy Nelson, its founder and CEO, tells us about what makes this space so unique. WHAT IS THE RIVETER’S VISION? The Riveter is a community where all women—inclusive of any race, sexuality, age, ability  or marital status—can access the resources they need to build their businesses and networks. We are proud to center women while being welcoming to all. More than anything, we understand that equity in work won’t be realized without everyone having a seat at the table. At its core, The Riveter was created for all women to thrive. At The Riveter Bellevue and any of our six (and growing) locations, members can find best-in-class professional and personal development programming, robust membership options  and collaborative workspaces. Our programming fosters community, and we often see connections between our members lead to new businesses or partnerships as a result.

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HOT SPOT

(CON TI N U ED)

HOW DID YOU COME UP WITH THE CONCEPT, AND WHAT MADE YOU DECIDE TO CREATE THIS SPACE? Although I’d practiced law for a decade—and very much felt like I’d succeeded in rooms full of almost all men—I felt a fundamental shift when I shared the news about my first pregnancy with colleagues in 2014. I felt like the perception and perspective of me changed immediately. This moment— and all the moments after—led to a change in how I looked at my own future as an attorney.  This was all compounded by what becoming a mother meant to me, and that was that I wanted to spend the time away from my girls doing something meaningful. When I was pregnant with my second daughter, I started to really think about what I wanted to do—what would sustain me for years to come and the work I could do to make an impact in the world. While I was on maternity leave, I started exploring the idea of starting my own business.   Entrepreneurship was an exciting opportunity for me, and I knew I wasn’t alone in searching for resources and programming to learn more about how to start a company.  I’d read in Lean In that almost half of women leave corporate America after they have kids, and I know on the flip side of that was this fact that women were starting businesses five times faster than men.  I had some ideas and started going to classes on how to start a business plan, and those classes were at coworking spaces. I didn’t see many women in the spaces, and I was often the only woman in those business workshops. I yearned for that community. I wanted to talk to women who had built businesses before me, who had pivoted their careers to begin again. The idea for The Riveter was born because the community and coworking space was something I needed in my life.

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WHAT ARE SOME OF THE COOLEST SUCCESS STORIES OR COLLABORATIONS THAT HAVE COME OUT OF THE RIVETER? Our members are incredible, and so many of our 2,000 members have amazing stories of success. One of those stories is Armoire, a clothing rental company for women, with its founder, Ambika Singh. I met Ambika when The Riveter Capitol Hill was just an idea, and we had a conversation about how Armoire was starting to grow. After a few conversations, Ambika and her team of four employees moved into The Riveter and, over the past two years, their team has grown to 26 employees and they just raised $3 million in funding. We’re so proud of all that they’ve accomplished and their bright future. Some of my favorite moments include having rich conversations during our events and programming, especially the fireside chats that we get to have with game-changers and innovators like Jane Fonda, Maria Shriver, Sheryl Sandberg, Howard Schultz, 10 U.S. senators, Backstage Capital’s founder and The Riveter member Arlan Hamilton and more. During these events, I often watch our members making important connections that later propel their business and career. They leave inspired by those conversations and move their work forward in new ways.

With spaces in Bellevue, Capitol Hill and Fremont, you’re bound to find a location to grow your business, engage with a female-founded community, and enjoy the chocolate perks along the way! For more information, visit TheRiveter.co.

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GIVING BACK

ARTICLE LISA SCHREINER PHOTOGRAPHY LIFE N LIGHT

THIRTY YEARS AGO, KATE ISLER, HAVING JUST COMPLETED HER SCHOOLING, LOOKED AT A MAP, ZEROED IN ON THE WEST COAST AND PICKED SEATTLE AS HER NEXT HOME. After a few years that included meeting her husband and some years in Asia, she began working for an ad agency and went on to work for a local tech company looking to open an internal ad agency, Microsoft. Over the next two decades, Kate lived in Dubai, London, Africa, India, Germany, and in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. After returning to Redmond to run an international marketing campaign with unprecedented success, she decided to move to the startup world. Kate serves as the CEO and president of Daysaver, Inc. which provides technology to propose appointments directly from

Passion & Parity

the health care provider to a patient’s calendar. Despite all of her professional success, there was a great passion in Kate’s life waiting to be discovered. Several years ago, Kate was out for a glass of wine with Nickie Smith, a friend from her time in the UK who had moved to Seattle. Nickie asked why Americans didn’t celebrate International Women’s Day. “I had no reasonable answer—and Be Bold was born,” Kate says. Their first event was held four years ago in the

ONE WOMAN’S DEDICATION TO CULTURAL CHANGE AND GENDER PARITY

basement of WeWork in Seattle with 80 attendees. Since then, the event has grown to a sellout crowd of more than 500 attendees, held at

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Benaroya Hall the last two years. Three years ago, Kate and Nickie decided to create a nonprofit organization in order to extend their reach into the community, and Be Bold was official. Kate and Nickie decided to build a platform for their group around “Be Bold,” which was one of the global themes that year for International Women’s Day, a 108-year-old celebration sponsored by the United Nations. Lifting up women and driving gender parity forward are central to Kate’s passion, and she believes the way to do it is for women to support women and inspire one another. Be Bold is about many things, but one key element is to be a place where women can really celebrate each other and share their stories every day. “We are asking women to tell their bold stories. People make bold moves every single day, and each story is important because you realize you are not alone. The more we tell each other and lock arms to support one another, the better off we are going to be,” Kate says. She says that supporting one another has been the greatest life lesson she would share with other women because she has learned that working with other women and supporting each other produces the greatest impact. She shares story after story about women who have attended Be Bold over the last several years and how it has impacted their lives, from international visitors who have taken the vision home to raise awareness in their communities, to local women who have acted on their passion as a result of what they gleaned from the event. When asked about being a professional female in Seattle, Kate appreciates what a remarkable place this area is for professional females. Women run the City of Seattle, with the top five public service jobs held by women. However, she realizes there is still much more to do in the world of technology for women. “It is still incredibly difficult for women to raise money for a startup, and there is a disadvantage in tech with the population of women and women in leadership declining in big tech in our city.” Kate is dedicated to cultural change and pushing gender parity, and she lives this dedication with all of her work through Be Bold. She also serves as the board director for Girl Rising, a global campaign for girls’ education and empowerment.

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GIVING BACK

(CON TI N U ED)

“Be Bold aims to build an intersect i o n a l c o m m u n i ty of women and their allies, who share the same philosophy to inspire, emp ow e r a n d s u p p o r t e a c h o t h e r t o t a ke bold pragmatic action to accelera t e g e n d e r p a r i ty across core pillars: h e a l t h , s a fe ty, e d ucation and wages. To g e t h e r we c a n help embolden all w o m e n t o a d va n c e and unleash their limitless potential to fulf ill t h e i r d r e a m s .”

FIVE THINGS WOMEN C A N D O E V E RY D AY TO SUPPORT ONE ANOTHER

1. 2.

Ta ke a r i s k ! Do something you don’t “think” you can do. Act on your passion. Don’t be intimidated; instead, think of what you can offer and focus on that.

U t i l i z e yo u r c o m m u n i ty t o s u p p o r t yo u . We can’t do this alone, and life is not meant to be lived alone. It’s not just about you but about all of us together.

3.

Speak up and share yo u r s t o r y. Every woman’s story is unique and important, and someone can always relate to you. Sharing our stories is one way for us to band together.

Learn more about Be Bold at BBoldNow.com or on Instagram: @BeBoldSeattle.

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4. 5.

Don’t self-select out! Don’t put one foot in and then pull it back and retreat, consumed by concerns about your abilities. Be Bold!

Ask for help. This is what we are all about. Supporting and helping one another will help us get further, faster. Life is better lived together, not alone.


INSPIRED BY

C re a t i n g a n E m p i re MEET LINDA DERSCHANG, A PNW LEADER AND ICON IN THE RESTAURANT INDUSTRY ARTICLE CAITLIN AGNEW | PHOTOGRAPHY ASHLEY GENEVIEVE

Restaurateur is considered a sexy title for anyone who owns a r e s t a u r a n t , b u t i n r e a l i t y, becoming a successful restaurateur is a hard-earned t i t l e a n d d o e s n o t c o m e e a s y.  

HOW DO YOU DEFINE FEMINISM? Feminism for me is defined as equality and equal opportunity for all. Since I was a teenager I’ve consid-

Eighty percent of all new restaurants either close or

ered myself a feminist, and I’ve always cared about the

change hands in the first three years. Add to these

issues that surround women’s lives and their experi-

challenges that it’s a male-dominated industry, and it’s

ences. It’s incredibly important that we have the same

easy to see why Linda Derschang is considered a true

opportunities as men culturally, professionally and edu-

pioneer in the restaurant industry and PNW. Her Midas

cationally, since it wasn’t that long ago that regressive

touch started with her first bar in 1994, Linda’s Tavern,

legislation kept us on the sidelines.

known for its music ties with '90s grunge-like Nirvana. Her empire has become the Derschang Group, which

ARE THERE CHALLENGES WITH BEING A WOMAN

has launched 11 bars and restaurants. Aside from

IN THE RESTAURANT BUSINESS?

successful hot spots, the Derschang Group is known

Definitely. Early on one of the biggest challenges

for being passionate about community involvement,

was not knowing other women in the bar and restau-

equality causes and supporting independent arts.

rant industry. There were so few! I’m so grateful to now

Linda’s path is an example of fearlessly following one's

know so many smart and talented women involved in

bliss, with the right mix of staying tuned into culture,

food and hospitality. It really helps to have a strong

community and clients' needs. Bellevue Lifestyle sat

network in any industry, but it’s so key in male-dom-

down with Linda at her newest restaurant, Queen City,

inated industries—but I suppose most industries are

to talk feminism, lessons learned and inspiration. 

male-dominated, unfortunately.

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"I t s’ incredibly important that we have the same opportunities as men culturally, professionally, and educationally, since it wasn’t that long ago that regressive legislation kept us on the sidelines."

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"Stay curious and travel as much as possible. Surround yourself with the right people both personally and professionally." WHAT ADVICE DO YOU HAVE

food, and of course, fashion. I look at blogs, and I

FOR WOMEN ASPIRING TO BE IN

also go down the Instagram rabbit hole too.

THE RESTAURANT BUSINESS? Work in the industry for a while to know if you

WHEN YOU TRAVEL AND VISIT

really love it. I can’t tell you how many people have

NEW RESTAURANTS, WHAT DO YOU

a romantic view of a challenging industry. Get to

LOOK FOR/ENJOY?

know other women in the industry.

I really mix it up. I love to check out new places and old-school classics in any city. I also am more inter-

DID YOU ALWAYS KNOW YOU WANTED

ested in casual places than fine dining overall, but I

TO BUILD A RESTAURANT EMPIRE?

do love a multi-course amazing food experience from

No, not at all. I’ve never had a five-year plan or

a [James] Beard Award-winning chef sometimes too.

even a one-year plan. My career has just flowed and often surprised me with the directions it’s taken.

WHAT RESTAURANT WAS THE MOST FUN

There was no “grand plan” although I wouldn’t

FOR YOU TO CREATE AND WHY?

necessarily recommend that path. Perhaps more

I would have to say Queen City because it’s

structure and planning could have been beneficial!

the most recent, but honestly, they’re all fun. One unique thing about Queen City was that it has so

WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU TELL

much history; it’s a real Seattle classic. Also, I had

YOUR YOUNGER SELF?

never taken over an existing business, and that’s

Stay curious and travel as much as possible.

quite different than creating something completely

Surround yourself with the right people both per-

new. There’s a lot of responsibility to design in a way

sonally and professionally.

that considers the history and the past. We actually tried to envision the space with more of a 1930s

LET'S TALK DESIGN. DO YOU CONCEPT

feeling, which is reflected in the art, the lighting and

THE ENTIRE RESTAURANT: INTERIORS,

the furniture. There are many people that have been

FOOD, LOCATION?

coming in for decades that have told us that they

Yes, I conceive the entire restaurant. I love

love what we’ve done. That is incredibly satisfying.

coming up with concepts, pulling together a team and designing our spaces. My primary focus

WHAT’S NEXT?

hasn’t changed tremendously over the years.

I really don’t know. Again, there is no grand plan! I

I’m still very involved in the financial side of my

recently hosted a podcast and interviewed five differ-

company but less involved in operations. I spend

ent Seattleites for Visit Seattle. That was something

more time working on marketing, branding and

that I had never considered doing, but I loved it and

PR than I used to which I really enjoy.

now I want to do a podcast of my own. I plan on spending more time in NYC this year and also Mexico

WHERE DO YOU FIND INSPIRATION? My main source of inspiration is travel. I also read a ton. I love magazines, especially interior design,

City. I don’t really want to expand my company but instead focus on our culture, on staying relevant, and on how we as a company can do more to give back.

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LIFESTYLE CALENDAR

MAY

1

CISCO HOME MOVING SALE

Sunday. Light bites will be available

your child will read a story, do an

for Wine Club Members. For more

art project, sing a song, eat a snack

info, visit MatthewsWinery.com.

and get out into the garden. For pricing and  event details, please

Cisco Home

Cisco Home in Bellevue is  moving to a new location. Receive 50  to 70 percent off floor models during the month of May! Open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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visit BellevueBotanical.org. 

THE THIRD ANNUAL BELLEVUE TECH EXPO

Meydenbauer Convention Center

On May 8, join more than 2,000 tech

4

professionals,

LIFEWIRE'S WORLD OF HOPE GALA & AUCTION Meydenbauer Center

entrepreneurs and

County area domestic violence survivors and their families. The evening includes a beer and wine reception and silent auction at 5 p.m. and dinner and a live auction at 7 p.m. Black tie

Bellevue Presbyterian Church

Bellevue

Farmers

Market

oper-

ates a seasonal Thursday farmers

Bellevue Tech Expo showcasing the

market, held every week rain or

best of tech, talent  and innovation

shine in the parking lot of Bellevue

in the Northwest. For more info,

Presbyterian Church from 3–7 p.m.,

visit BellevueTechExpo.com.

May 16 until Oct. 10. All BFM vendors grow and make the products they

8 FREE STUDENT WEDNESDAY AT THE BELLEVUE ARTS MUSEUM Bellevue Arts Museum

optional. $150 early bird price; $1,500

On the second Wednesday of every

for table of 10. For more event info,

month, students get free admission

visit LifeWire.MaestroWeb.com.

to the Bellevue Arts Museum. For more info, visit BellevueArts.org. 

4

BELLEVUE FARMERS MARKET

tech lovers at the Third Annual

On May 4, join others in raising funds to  help support services for King

16, 23, 30

sell and are proud to say everything sold at the market comes from within the great state of Washington.

18 TOM PETTY TRIBUTE TWO-SHOW EVENT Bake's Bar and Bistro

Bake's Bar and Bistro presents Petty

BACON AND BEER CLASSIC 2019 T-Mobile Park

On May 4, experience more than

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Fever, an award-winning Tom Petty

WOMEN OF INFLUENCE

starting at 7 p.m. and again at 9:45

tribute two-show event. This event will take place on May 18 with music

The Riveter Bellevue

p.m. $31 cover. For more info, visit

regional

On May 9, Bellevue Lifestyle pres-

BakesPlaceBellevue.com.

breweries, 30-plus creative bacon

ents Women of Influence, a panel

dishes

the

discussion and pop-up shop at The

Hormel bacon eating contest, lawn

Riveter Bellevue. Hear from this

games, music and much more.  For

month's featured women, and shop

ticket pricing and event details,

Mother's Day gifts from local vendors

visit BaconAndBeerClassic.com. 

from 6:30–8:30 p.m. To RSVP, visit

100 draft

beers

from

from

local

chefs,

TheRiveter.co/events.

4–5 2016 TENOR SYRAH RELEASE WEEKEND

18–19 IBT PRESENTS: ONE-ACT BALLETS

Meydenbauer Center Theatre

The International Ballet Theatre,

MAY 14 – JUN 4

Bellevue's premier ballet company,

KIDS IN THE GARDEN

Paquita,

presents one-act ballets from ballet classics such as The Grand Pas from Aurora's

Wedding

from

Bellevue Botanical Garden

Sleeping Beauty and an original

On May 4 and 5, join Matthews

This four-week program designed

contemporary work by International

Winery for the release of the 2016

especially for preschoolers ages 3

Ballet Theatre. Reserved seating is

Tenor Syrah and a tasting between

to 5 will teach kids about the many

$40. Showtimes include May 18  at

11 a.m. and 5 p.m., Saturday and

parts of a garden. At each class,

7:30 p.m. and May 19 at 2 p.m.

Matthews Winery

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MAY

LIFESTYLE CALENDAR

18 FILM SCREENING: WILD REVERENCE: THE WILD STEELHEAD’S LAST STAND

the ultimate in california chic

Bellevue Arts Museum

Filmmaker Shane Anderson’s documentary film  Wild Reverence, which investigates the loss of  fish populations, will be screening on May 18 from 7–9 p.m. at the Bellevue Arts Museum. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the filmmaker. For more info and ticket pricing, visit BellevueArts.org.

19 SEATTLE LAMB JAM Seattle Design Center

On May 19, watch 16 of Seattle’s most talented chefs competing for the title of Lamb Jam Seattle Champion and celebrate the 80,000 family-operated farms and ranches raising lamb across the nation. Each ticket purchase supports  University District Food Bank. For more event details and ticket pricing, visit AmericanLambJam.com/seattle-lamb-jam.

MAY 23 JUVEDERM IT EVENT

Larson Medical Aesthetics

On May 23 from 2–4 p.m., join the Juve Experts at Larson Medical Aesthetics to learn how the Juvederm Collection can restore volume to your face and lips. The event includes special event pricing and refreshments. Bring a friend and receive a gift with purchase. Call  425.466.1992  today to hold your spot as space is limited.

MAY 29 – JUN 2 12TH ANNUAL BELLEVUE JAZZ AND BLUES FESTIVAL Bellevue

On May 29 through June 2, experience the 12th Annual Bellevue Jazz and Blues Festival, featuring  more than 40 live shows  from top national and regional artists

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at various venues across the city of Bellevue. For more info on headliners and event locations, please visit BellevueDowntown.com.

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