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Natalie Foster
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Love the Freelancers Union, so it was an honor to have this comversation
Natalie Foster ;founded Peers.org, a “member-driven organization that supports the sharing economy "through advocacy and networking." One of the more interesting things I’ve seen Peers do is host potluck events, called Dinners with Peers, where strangers get together to break bread and talk about how they’re using the sharing economy in their lives. In a recent week, member-hosted dinners took place in 120 different countries. I had a chance to c...
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oh my GOD!
I have many many friends in all over the world even if they don`t like but I
LOVE all of them
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I wonder if it will be normalized to be in someone's acquaintance bucket over time. right now, seems like an insult.
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How about the "ultra-cool women I discovered thru femmenomics" bucket? :)
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  • Rebuild the Dream
    co-founder, 2011 - present
    Co-founder and founding CEO of Rebuild the Dream, a platform for bottom-up, people-powered innovations to help fix the U.S. economy.
  • Organizing for America & Democratic National Committee
    New Media Director, 2009 - 2011
    New Media Director for President Obama’s Organizing for America (OFA) and the Democratic National Committee, building and running the digital team responsible for the digital fundraising, organizing, web content, social media and for BarackObama.com and Democrats.org.
  • Sierra Club
    National Director of Online Organizing, 2007 - 2009
    Built the first online organizing department at the Sierra Club.
  • MoveOn.org
    Deputy Field Director, 2006 - 2007
    Devised and implemented the local strategy of national MoveOn.org groups.
  • Sierra Club
    Regional Representative, 2002 - 2006
    Organizer, campaigner and manager.
  • Green Corps
    Organizer, 2001 - 2002
    Field school for environmental organizing
This tiny little pottery shop has some of the most beautiful and innovative pottery I've seen in Oaxaca. It's affiliated with a non-profit called Innovando la Tradición that works to keep the ancient traditions of pottery alive in Oaxaca. Kythzia and Diego are the creative pair who started it. You should definitely drop by and say hello, and pick up mezcal glasses or a beautiful water pitcher to take home. Also, great a cup of coffee at El Volador coffee shop next door.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Beautiful airy architecture with many rooms for books and toys. Movies, arts and crafts. A gem.
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