Join us on the red carpet for The GSBA Impact Awards as we honor businesses, non-profits and community leaders who exemplify the highest standards of their profession, promote diversity and inclusion in the workplace, demonstrate leadership and invest time and resources into their community. The reception and ceremony will be held at McCaw Hall on Wednesday February 21, beginning at 5 pm, and will be hosted by Deaunte Damper and Besa Gordon from Converge Media. Guests will have a chance to mingle, enjoy entertainment and hors d'oeuvres before the awards are presented shortly after 6pm.
Wondering what to wear on GSBA's pink carpet? Dress to impress in your most festive cocktail wear! Bring the shine and sparkle to fill McCaw Hall with every color of the rainbow!
Nominees were selected in six categories ranging from Corporate Leader of the Year to Small Business of the year and recipients will be announced live at the ceremony
AND THE NOMINEES ARE:
Capitol Hill Business Alliance Business of the Year
- The SweatBox Yoga
- Olmstead Restaurant
- Coping Cookies
- Sergius and Bacchus
GSBA Corporate Leader of the Year
- Rocky Fong JP Morgan Chase
- Jen Moran Carter Subaru
- Kadin Nazkani Amazon
- Vince Larkin Service Corp International
GSBA Leadership Award
- Ray Corona Somos Seattle
- Assistant Attorney General Dana Savage
- Ivan Harrell Phd. Tacoma Community College
- Alison Scott World Trade Center Seattle
GSBA Micro Business of the Year
- Victoria Odell -Windermere Real Estate
- Word Picture Ink
- Adra boo LLC.
- LinkXLou – Jordan Ross
GSBA Non-Profit of the Year
- Entre Hermanos
- Horizon House
- Lavender Rights Project
- ADL Seattle
GSBA Small Business of the Year
- Imperia Lake Union
- Mose Auto
- Bite Society
- Basic Jane
- Leavenworth Adventure Park
VOTING IS NOW CLOSED.
Get your ticket to the Awards to see who won!
In addition to the recipients chosen in this public ballot, we are also thrilled to be honoring Greg Scheaffer from Union with a Special Recognition Award in the category of Neighborhood Leadership for his contributions to both the LGBTQ+ community and the Capitol HIll neighborhood.
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