May 3 Sunday Supper
Tough Times Require True Leadership
Our state hasn’t seen times this tough since the “Boeing bust” of the late 1960s and early 1970s, when high unemployment, political divisions, and unrest over the Vietnam war tested the mettle of our citizens and its leaders. But our state used that crisis to emerge stronger and more resilient.
Our guests are Dan Evans—who was Governor before, during and after the Boeing bust, went on to serve in the U.S. Senate, and is widely recognized one of our state’s most successful leaders—and France Hoang—who came to Washington State as a child refugee during that period, and is now a successful lawyer, entrepreneur, and combat veteran who also worked on President George W. Bush’s national pandemic plan.