Mentoring Maven – An Article on Carol Fuller from from UW

“I’d describe Carol’s style as ‘mentoring on steroids’,” daughter-inlaw
Leonor (Leo) Fuller ‘84 said. “So many of the women judges in
Washington state were her mentees. Almost every female judge in
the state knows who she is.”

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Have a glorious, fun, and safe Fourth of July!

Summer weather appears to finally be headed to western Washington, just in time for the Fourth of July celebration! This is a time to celebrate our nation’s joys, triumphs, and successes with barbecues, gatherings, and fireworks displays, either professional or informal. As you enjoy these traditions, remember that one fireworks mishap can be devastating. Injuries […]

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On Valentine’s Day, take care of your heart (and not just emotionally)!

February is National Heart Month. Did you know that heart disease is the #1 killer of Americans? The American Heart Association provides you with a variety of ways to check your heart’s health and take steps to improve it. Most heart disease is preventable, and medical researchers have discovered many advances which can save lives. […]

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Who qualifies for Social Security Disability?

According to the Social Security Administration, a twenty-year-old has a 30% chance of becoming “disabled” prior to reaching retirement age. The SSA would define you as disabled if 1) you are unable to do the work you did before, 2) the SSA determines that you cannot adjust to other work because of your medical condition(s), […]

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January is a perfect time to put your (financial) house in order!

Now that the flurry of the holidays is behind us, there is probably some holiday debris left behind. Spending on credit cards over the holiday season jumped 7% in November and was even higher in December. As a result, over 75% of Americans are now facing credit card debt that they plan to pay off […]

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