In the third episode of the Seattle Growth Podcast, hosted by the UW Foster School’s Jeff Shulman, learn what it’s like to be homeless in Seattle, and get an expert’s view on how the city’s crisis of homelessness could be solved.
- Meet Ty Sanders who lives on the street, Stu Tanquist who lives in Tent City 7 and Charlotte Wheelock who lived in her car with her two children.
- Marty Hartman , executive director of Mary’s Place, offers her perspective on what can be done to address the challenges of homelessness in Seattle.
- Shulman also speaks to Max Gibbons, of Tent City 7 Experience Hendrix LLC ; and Parker Ferguson, partner at Flinn Ferguson commercial real estate . ; Janie Hendrix, CEO of
The Seattle Growth Podcast is a 13-episode exploration of this booming city’s ongoing transformation. A new episode premieres each Tuesday. The first two the series considered Seattle’s tech boom and the challenges of buying a home in a booming market. Upcoming episodes take on the topics of renting, character and culture, density, emergency services, health care, public utilities, schools, transportation, city budget and visions for the future.
The series is hosted and produced by Shulman, an associate professor of marketing and the Marion B. Ingersoll Professor at the UW Foster School of Business.
|Marty Hardman, executive director of Mary’s Place||My Family Our Home, Mary’s Place in Northgate||Janie Hendrix, CEO of Experience Hendrix LLC|
|Stu Tanquist and Mike Gibbons, Tent City 7||Tent City 7 sign||Charlotte Wheelock|