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Welcome to Re:Connect

Northeastern University is excited to launch its new blog for its Seattle Graduate Campus – Re:Connect. Our goal is to use this blog to inform folks interested in education and their career development. We plan to keep you abreast of emegering trends affecting your education prospects and career advancement. We invite our readers to weigh in with their thoughts, ideas and preferences on the topics and issues we put forward. We have a diverse collection of thought leaders that will serve as our authors. These commentators will share their transformational approaches to education and many other key issues affecting the Puget Sound.

We invite you to engage with us regularly by reading our blog and sharing your ideas. Welcome to Northeastern University–Seattle’s community!

About The Author

Tayloe Washburn, a prominent lawyer and civic leader in Seattle, is the founding dean and executive officer of the Seattle graduate campus. Tayloe, a former chair of the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, is experienced in building partnerships between the public and private sectors. He has long advocated for expanded educational opportunities in Seattle to prepare the region’s workforce for the needs of the 21st century economy. A nationally recognized attorney, he holds a law degree from the University of Washington, as well as a master’s degree in education and a bachelor’s degree in history, both from Stanford University. In addition to serving on the Chamber board, Tayloe’s work in the Seattle area community includes serving on the chair of the boards of Seattle King County Economic Development Council, Schools First!, and the Washington Aerospace Partnership, having been appointed by Governor Chris Gregoire.

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