The Cloud Room provides a shared working environment and private member’s club that’s enriched by the people who occupy it. The stunning, light-filled space creates an environment of opportunity for both independence and connection with other engaged people in a range of fields. From desks and meeting rooms, to the lounge and west facing deck with a fire pit, the options are appealing to those working solo, or members who are already well established and simply seek inspiring environments to work, meet, collaborate or host events.
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Liz Dunn is a Seattle-based developer of mixed-use neighborhood projects; she specializes in the creative reuse of existing structures as well as insertion of new buildings in the gaps in our urban fabric. She has a life-long love affair with cities and believes in the power of design to improve our daily experience of living. She works to create meaningful and memorable places – ones where tenants can cultivate their unique talents while enhancing the experience of living, working and playing in the city for the rest of us.
Michael Hebb is the founder of deathoverdinner.org, drugsoverdinner.org, and is a Teaching Fellow at the University of Washington. Since 1997, Michael has been staging invitation-only salons and dinners where guests from multiple disciplines and various backgrounds focus on specific themes or ideas. He believes that the dinner table is one of the most effective, yet overlooked, vehicles for changing the world.
Jen comes to us with a robust network in the arts community. As former VP of Business & Artist Development, advisory board member and judge for EMP’s Sound Off!, and former advisory board member for the Pacific NW Recording Academy, Jen is firmly rooted in Seattle’s music community. She is a lover of people, music, food, and dogs. Not fond of cats or their videos. Also, she’s not too fond of coffee, but happy to live in this fair city, and proud to be the General Manager at the Cloud Room.
Jay Kuehner is an international visual arts critic and freelance writer based in Seattle, where he also works as a bar director, consultant, and ambassador for spirits brands such as pisco, mezcal, and cachaca. He hosts events inspired by site-specific culture, from Mexico City to Marfa, Texas, Basque country to old Ballard. Come raise a glass!
As a wellness advisor, Stephanie Gailing weaves together astrological insights, flower essence therapy, dreamwork, and compassion-based coaching. Author of Planetary Apothecary, Stephanie counsels clients, teaches workshops, writes about holistic well-being, and crafts custom-designed floral elixirs. Stephanie is the Astrologer-in-Residence at the Cloud Room.
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