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Seattle City (spot)Light: Liz Zimmerly

As the world celebrates International Women’s Day, Liz Zimmerly shares City Light initiatives that are raising the visibility of its female workforce,

Seattle City spot(Light): Shanna Crutchfield

Shanna Crutchfield always knew she would live in Seattle. Upon graduating high school, she moved from Louisiana to join (as she says) “the majestic mountains and beautiful natural landscape” of Washington state. Last year, Shanna celebrated 30 years of service with the city of Seattle, an achievement recognized by the… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Kevin Lidtka

Kevin Lidtka is a Laser Scanning Technician at City Light, a title that might make it sound like he works on office equipment. That perception couldn’t be further from the truth.

Seattle City (spot)Light: Ruben Diaz

Ruben Diaz came to Washington to find a sasquatch: Squatch from the Seattle Supersonics, specifically. The man who played Squatch was a family friend who moved to the Seattle area from Ruben’s home in the rural, open land of southern New Mexico. When Ruben was ready for a change, he… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Uzma Siddiqi

City Light’s Uzma Siddiqi believes our destiny is ours to create. As she puts it, “20% is what happens to you and 80% is what you make of it.”

Seattle City (spot)Light: Christopher Peguero

As City Light’s environmental equity advisor, Christopher Peguero is implementing a culture shift in the way the utility does business.

Seattle City (spot)Light: Leigh Barreca

City Light’s Leigh Barreca spent three years in the Peace Corps, an experience that exemplifies her love of travel and volunteerism.

Seattle City (spot)Light: Toni LeClare

As a hydroelectric operator, Toni LeClare is something of a rare breed; very few women have made a career out of the work she does.

Seattle City (spot)Light: Benjamin Rushwald

City Light’s Ben Rushwald talks about how his volunteerism led him to find his passion and a family to call his own.

Seattle City (spot)Light: Barb Haight and Kelly Regan

If you’ve visited the Skagit General Store in the last decade, you’ve most likely met one of two unofficial ambassadors for City Light behind the counter.