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The Evergreen Magazine—Fall 2009

Fall 2009


  • Islands of Opportunity

    Senator Kevin Ranker '97 works to keep coastal communities thriving.
  • A Passion for Service

    From her native South Africa to the U.S. Congress, Elizabeth Furse '74 fights injustice wherever she sees it.
  • Leading for Change

    by Carolyn Shea

    Joan Dukes '73 crosses boundaries to balance the economic and environmental needs of the Columbia River.
  • Carrying on a Cultural Legacy

    by Carolyn Shea

    Celine Cloquet-Vogler MPA '06 follows a family tradition of service to the Cowlitz Indian Tribe.
  • Rebuilding His Community

    by Carolyn Shea

    Ron Charles '97 has led the Port Gamble S'Klallam tribe into a brighter future.

  • Respecting the Dead

    by Ann Mary Quarandillo

    For coroner Tom Furgeson '89, finding the truth makes all the difference.
  • A Capitol Project

    by Carolyn Shea

    Evergreen's interns make their mark on Olympia.

  • Turning Conflict Into Equity

    by Carolyn Shea

    Portland ombudsman Michael Mills '77 helps citizens and government work together. 
  • On the Waterfront

    by Carolyn Shea

    Commissioner Connie Bacon MPA '88 is working toward a sustainable future for the Port of Tacoma.

View the complete Fall 2009 Issue (PDF)