The City of Seattle’s Office of Economic Development (OED) celebrated Employee Appreciation Day on March 3 by recognizing the hard work and dedication of its female staff members. The OED hosted an event to honor the women who make up a significant portion of the office’s workforce, including program managers, policy analysts, and communications professionals.
The event was held at the OED’s headquarters and included remarks from Director Bobby Lee and Deputy Director Rebecca Lovell, who highlighted the contributions of the women in the office. Lee praised the women for their commitment to supporting Seattle’s businesses and communities, while Lovell noted that their work has been instrumental in driving the city’s economic growth.
The event also featured a panel discussion with several female staff members who shared their experiences and insights on working at the OED. They discussed the challenges they have faced, as well as the rewards of working for an organization that is dedicated to making a positive impact on the city.
The OED’s celebration of Employee Appreciation Day is a testament to the importance of recognizing and valuing the contributions of all employees, regardless of gender or background. By honoring the women who make up a significant portion of the office’s workforce, the OED is sending a message of support and recognition to all of its staff members.
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