Sponsors

Women in Innovation Summit 2012 was possible because of the generosity of our sponsors.  We appreciate the financial support of…

 KCTS 9 is the premier source for public media that informs, involves and inspires 2.6 million viewers each week in Washington State and across Canada. KCTS 9 spotlights leaders, innovators and education through quality programming and community outreach, presenting more than 70 workshops, screenings and conferences annually. Visit our website → 

Big Agenda Coaching is a boutique coaching service for executives and professionals who are passionate about developing their Leadership Intelligence and the performance and “innovativeness” of their teams. We do this by aligning the practice of values with vision, and accelerating the transition from good to great both at personal and team levels. Visit our website →

Inome is evolving the web to put people, instead of data, at the center of the online universe. As the parent company of brands like Intelius and Talentwise, inome solutions have helped millions of consumers locate people, preform background checks and protect against identity theft. At inome we celebrate the opportunity to give back with significant financial and volunteer efforts through our Power of Giving program. By focusing on Youth, Education and Family Services, we seek to make a lasting and positive impact the will improve lives in our community. Visit our website → 

Seattle Center Foundation actively inspires broad community engagement to support and promote the evolution of Seattle Center. The Center is our community gathering space. At Seattle Center, visitors can experience history, participate in nearly constant cultural programs, or find a quiet place of reflection in the middle of the city. We are thrilled to have helped launch Woman in Innovation as part of the 50th Anniversary of the 1962 World’s Fair. Visit our website →

Ashoka Seattle is building an “Everyone a Changemaker™” City, where all individuals have skills and resources to make positive social change. We started with young people, through the Youth Venture program, which guides high school students through the process of designing and launching social ventures. Now we are working across sectors to inspire Changemakers of all ages. Ashoka Seattle is a chapter or the global Ashoka organization, which catalyzes, convenes, and funds the best leaders around the world who are solving the biggest social problems.Visit our website →

Bob Wartinger

Next 50 / Seattle Center Foundation

TPN – The Production Network

ScaleupBiz

jness

The Embassy of Finland

TVisions.tv

Peg & Rick Young Foundation

City of Seattle

Sharon Gillespie

Women’s Funding Alliance

Pemco Insurance

The Schaaf Group

Zealyst

Verity Credit Union

Caruh Aveda

Zeno

BizEnrich

Biznik

Puget Sound Business Journal