Episode 6: Finding fulfillment (and coffee) through social enterprise
Jeff Ericson started working at age 12 and found retirement-level success by the time he was 30. What the avowed entrepreneur says that he hadn’t discovered, despite his theological education, was fulfillment. In his habitual jump-first, look-second approach, Ericson says he uprooted his family and moved to Camano Island from Tucson, Ariz. Working, however, turned out to be more fun than golf so he started Camano Island Coffee Co. and building a way to give back more than a great cup of coffee.
Ken Harvey is Communications Director for Sno-Isle Libraries. Ken brings broad professional experience from his service with Community Transit, Sound Transit, the city of Reno, Nev., and several positions in radio and TV.
Cindy Tingley is an instructional developer with Sno-Isle Libraries. Through experience as a radio DJ, a police officer in Key West, Fla., certified technology instructor nd Usui Reiki trainer, the common thread is Cindy loves teaching new skills.
The Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation proudly supports the innovative work of Sno-Isle Libraries through private donations.
Edmonds Center for the Arts provides an array of outstanding performing artists from around the world, hosts events and serves more than 75,000 patrons annually.