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The Pacific Institute
1709 Harbor Ave S.W.
The Pacific Institute continues to expand globally, customizing its programs to fit the particular needs of organizations in Europe, the Middle East, South America and Asia. The mission is the same as it was in 1971: "We affirm the right of all individual
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Antowaine Richardson, Project Director & Facilitator with The Pacific Institute will share four steps to achieving continuous growth, personally and professionally.Antowaine Richardson
is a man of many dedications and achievements.Antowaine was born in Los Angeles.He
moved to Seattle after earning a football scholarship to the University of Washington
participated in the 1978 Rose Bowl, the 1979 Sun Bowl and received national recognition as an All American.After earning a BA degree in Fine Arts, he turned professional with the St. Louis Cardinals.
A serious pre-season injury ended his
professional career before it started.Returning to Seattle, Antowaine
was recruited on a different team, The Boeing Company
, as an industrial engineer.He left Boeing in 1992 to focus on music full time.Antowaine
has toured both nationally and internationally, working with some of the great stars in entertainment: Eddy Murphy, Smoky Robinson, BB King, Lou Rawls, The Four Tops, and Earth Wind & Fire.
...Another dimension of Antowaine is his work with The Pacific Institute.A driving force in the Youth Academy initiative, he has worked extensively with the Atlantic Street Center and the Central Area Youth Association in Seattle.He
also works with many public and private organizations around the country who take an interest in families and young people.
to learn four steps to develop your influential power and significance.
"The arrests were kind of a ...
"The arrests were kind of a selling point on our part," said Antowaine Richardson, a project instructor at the Pacific Institute.