Media Bucket — Inclusion

Roundhouse Radio 98.3 Vancouver

BILLY Inclusion Radio

Roundhouse Radio 98.3 Vancouver

We would like to sincerely thank Roundhouse Radio 98.3 out of Vancouver, Canada for hosting BILLY Footwear on their morning show with Martin Strong and Kirsten Sharp! Click here to hear the interview. Strong and Sharp are joined frequently by a wide variety of guests. Leaning into everything from the hard-hitting to the downright fun. Topics include the latest in health and wellness, travel, history, entertainment and much more. Along with plenty of music, Strong and Sharp on Roundhouse Radio 98.3 have just what you need to naturally caffeinate your day. Kirsten and Billy met at the Scotiabank Vancouver Half Marathon & 5K...

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Identity, Diversity and Inclusion | Lean In Seattle

BILLY Inclusion

Identity, Diversity and Inclusion | Lean In Seattle

BILLY Footwear is honored to participate in this month's Lean In Seattle workshop, Foundation & Movement Series: Identity, Diversity & Inclusion.  Please join us on Saturday, February 4 at Galvanize in Pioneer Square.  Doors open at 9am.  This month's workshop tackles one of the most pressing issues in today's world: diversity and inclusion. The workshop will provide individuals with the opportunity to develop their own narrative - "who am I" - in this conversation, include an overview of the wealth of D&I initiatives and goals in Seattle, and dive into how each individual can contribute to inclusion in our community....

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Designing for the Full Range of Human Experience | Open to All

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Designing for the Full Range of Human Experience | Open to All

JANUARY 12 - FEBRUARY 18, 2017 THE CENTER FOR ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN 1010 WESTERN AVENUE, SEATTLE, WA 98104 | 206.667.9184    A woman pulls a rolling suitcase up a curb ramp in a city sidewalk.  A box-laden customer opens a shop’s power door with the touch of a hip. Young people around their cell phones, texting. Our environment is full of innovations – curb cuts, power doors, texting — that were designed to support people with disabilities, but benefit all members of our community.   At the same time, our world is still full of places and things designed for a mythical “average user,” not for the majority of us who don’t fit that standard description. A...

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