Jane Bright

Citizen Journalist • Member since Jan 14, 2020

Currently President of South Hill Neighborhood Association, which is 44% multifamily units, Jane is active in several Whatcom community groups. Following a career as a Human Resources executive for The Gillette Company and Fidelity Investments, she ran her husbands software company and became a public health advocate addressing health consequences from the climate crisis, and exposure to pollution, pesticides and toxic household products. She knows more about coal burning power plants and now train crossing safety than she ever wanted to. She moved from the east coast to Bellingham in 2015 and considers herself bicoastal, as in she cheers for both the Seahawks and the Patriots. I know, I know.

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Recent comments

"This conversation is a perfect illustration of how rapidly advice and knowledge change. “Novel” is the operative word for Covid-19. Several of the studies Ryan includes were done in early [...]

May 03, 2020 on
My mask protects you. Your mask protects me.

"Just got an email from Fred Myer:  “We’ve provided masks for all of our store associates to wear, and starting this Sunday, we’ll be [...]

Apr 25, 2020 on
My mask protects you. Your mask protects me.

"Well said! Thank you.

Apr 25, 2020 on
My mask protects you. Your mask protects me.

"What authority does the Whatcom County Health Department have over the hospital? Is there a State agency that we could turn to for help? Citizens have a right to know [...]

Mar 19, 2020 on
Doctor Lin's Letter

"I am very pleased to see this conversation and thank you all for jumping in. As to County Exec Sidhu’s under 5 year goal, I agree totally. The sooner the [...]

Feb 01, 2020 on
300+ New Units, Zero Affordability
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