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Marsee Henon
Marsee Henon manages the User Group, Meeup, and Professional Associations program for O'Reilly Media. She spends her time supporting the good work of community groups by providing review copies of O'Reilly books, discounts, and listening to community needs. Marsee, who hails from a fourth-generation carnival family, spends countless hours renovating her unique home on the Russian River with her husband and indulging their cat Pablo.
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