Edmonds resident Alicia Crank was profiled in Seattle Business Magazine as part of its weekly “Daring Woman” Q & A series.
Crank, a corporate relations officer at YWCA Seattle/King/ Snohomish, a nonprofit working toward eliminating racism and empowering women.
In the article, Crank said she wants women to speak up and not be afraid to go toe to toe with their male colleagues.
An Edmonds resident since 2014, Crank serves on the Edmonds Planning Board, the Snohomish County Paine Field Airport Commission, the Diversity and Inclusion committee of AFP-Advancement Northwest, and Emerge Washington.
You can read more in the Seattle Business Magazine article here.