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Colleen McAleer M.

President and Chief Operating Officer

Washington Business Alliance

HQ Phone: (206) 441-5101

Email: c***@***.org

Washington Business Alliance

2401 Elliott Ave. Suite 375

Seattle, Washington 98121

United States

Company Description

The Washington Business Alliance is an organization of businesses that brings an entrepreneurial approach to solving our state's greatest challenges. We are committed to developing effective solutions regardless of political expediency or ideology, with a... more

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Employment History

Owner, Broker
Team McAleer

Affiliations

Board Member
Clallam netWorks

Board Member
The EDC

Commissioner
Port of Port Angeles' Limited

Education



Florida Institute of Technology

Web References (100 Total References)


Annual Breakfast | League of Education Voters

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Colleen McAleer, President of the Washington Business Alliance, moderated the panel.

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Our 2016 breakfast speakers and moderator. From top left: Mike Sotelo, founder of Consolidar and Plaza Bank, Dr. Amy Morrison Goings, President of Lake Washington Institute of Technology, Colleen McAleer, President of the Washington Business Alliance, and Will Sarrett, Director of NewTech Skill Center in Spokane
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From top left: Mike Sotelo, founder of Consolidar and co-founder of the Combined Ethnic Chamber, Dr. Amy Morrison Goings, President of Lake Washington Institute of Technology, Colleen McAleer, President of the Washington Business Alliance, and Will Sarett, Director of NewTech Skill Center in Spokane


Featured speakers included Darlene Iskra, ...

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Featured speakers included Darlene Iskra, Colleen McAleer and Harriette Bryant.

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McAleer is the president of the Washington Business Alliance and serves as a commissioner for the Port of Port Angeles - the first female commissioner in the Port's history.
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McAleer and Iskra spoke about their time in the military and provided a unique perspective on women in leadership roles in the military.
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Army veteran Colleen McAleer speaks to attendees of Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility's annual Women's History Month breakfast. McAleer addressed attendees on civil servant leadership and shared her experiences in the military and the business community, and as the first female commissioner for the Port of Port Angeles. PSNS & IMF's Professional Women's Employee Networking Group, one of seven employee-led resource groups at the command, hosted the event at the Kitsap Conference Center. U.S. Navy Photo Jeremy Moore
McAleer also shared her experiences in the military as a young leader. She is a decorated combat veteran who served 10 years in the Army as a helicopter and fixed wing pilot, and as a military intelligence officer.
"I learned more from the soldiers that I worked with about leadership and people in the first six months that I was in a unit as a platoon leader as a 22 year old," said McAleer. "I was one of three women in the 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment, which was supposed to be an all-male unit. So it was a really great experience as a woman in the forefront of doing something new in the military."
After the Army, McAleer said she was a stay-at-home mom before going into business and eventually to the port. She stressed the importance of inspiration in mission accomplishment.
"You can have a great team environment while you're focused on the mission and the purpose of the organization," she said.
All of the featured speakers said that they wanted to get involved in government and community programs to make a difference, give back to the community and improve peoples' lives. For example, when Bryant's husband retired from the military, he said it was her turn for her own career. She had young children and was allowed to bring them to work, which helped her to develop a passion for serving the community.


Featured speakers included Darlene Iskra, ...

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Featured speakers included Darlene Iskra, Colleen McAleer and Harriette Bryant.

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McAleer is the president of the Washington Business Alliance and serves as a commissioner for the Port of Port Angeles - the first female commissioner in the Port's history.
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McAleer and Iskra spoke about their time in the military and provided a unique perspective on women in leadership roles in the military.
...
Army veteran Colleen McAleer speaks to attendees of Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility's annual Women's History Month breakfast. McAleer addressed attendees on civil servant leadership and shared her experiences in the military and the business community, and as the first female commissioner for the Port of Port Angeles. PSNS & IMF's Professional Women's Employee Networking Group, one of seven employee-led resource groups at the command, hosted the event at the Kitsap Conference Center. U.S. Navy Photo Jeremy Moore
McAleer also shared her experiences in the military as a young leader. She is a decorated combat veteran who served 10 years in the Army as a helicopter and fixed wing pilot, and as a military intelligence officer.
"I learned more from the soldiers that I worked with about leadership and people in the first six months that I was in a unit as a platoon leader as a 22 year old," said McAleer. "I was one of three women in the 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment, which was supposed to be an all-male unit. So it was a really great experience as a woman in the forefront of doing something new in the military."
After the Army, McAleer said she was a stay-at-home mom before going into business and eventually to the port. She stressed the importance of inspiration in mission accomplishment.
"You can have a great team environment while you're focused on the mission and the purpose of the organization," she said.
All of the featured speakers said that they wanted to get involved in government and community programs to make a difference, give back to the community and improve peoples' lives. For example, when Bryant's husband retired from the military, he said it was her turn for her own career. She had young children and was allowed to bring them to work, which helped her to develop a passion for serving the community.


Join us for an inspirational conversation ...

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Join us for an inspirational conversation about how we can match our kids' interests and skills with the needs of today's workforce with Mike Sotelo, founder of Consolidar and co-founder of the Combined Ethnic Chamber, Dr. Amy Morrison Goings, President of Lake Washington Institute of Technology, and Will Sarrett, Director of NewTech Skill Center in Spokane, moderated by Colleen McAleer, President of the Washington Business Alliance.


Washington Business Alliance President ...

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Washington Business Alliance President Colleen McAleer noted that, "An inadequate supply of skilled workers is threatening Washington's business growth. The Business Alliance is a business community research and advocacy organization formed to combat the divisiveness and uneven progress in state politics. McAleer explained that "Washington industries can't succeed if they can't access the talent that they need.

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