Here's a recording from NuMundo's Beta Launch Party in Oakland. The theme of the panel discussion was Leveraging Networks for Social Good. So wonderful to meet folks from GEN (Global Ecovillages Network), get to know Raines Cohen of CoHousing California better, and meet Ashay Aek from Australia! Lovely to meet networking counterparts from different communities.
Via Facebook Live: https://www.facebook.com/numundonow/videos/10153747482652811/?pnref=story
NuMundo now has a booking tool on their site where people can register for stays at ecovillages and "impact centers", as well as classes and internships. They've started populating the site with centers in Central America and are now fleshing out their North American listings. Check it out: http://numundo.org
Big ups to CEO David Casey and the whole NuMundo team for the amazing networking they host at events, for people working on transformational projects to meet and support each other. <3
I also got to do a lightning talk about Bloom Network. Several folks offered me support and collaboration, including developer support for our website (ok, so maybe I don't even have to raise money to get the site built??), mainstream media support, and incredible projects to feature on Bloom's site, including a mobile mushroom educational center and an upcoming thinktank in Washington DC on regenerative agriculture. I was able to also ask for personal support, since Bloom Network is scaling up very fast and it's a lot of pressure and newness for me.
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