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ANNUAL REVIEW 2013-2014

NEC applies a powerful, coalition-building


approach to a game-changing vision of the
future. The transformational systems we
urgently need require numerous parallel and
complementary effortsNEC is where they
come together in a whole that is greater
than the parts.
MICHAEL TOYE

Canadian Community Economic Development Network

BUILDING A MOVEMENT FOR A JUST AND SUSTAINABLE ECONOMY

OUR
MISSION
The New Economy Coalition
is a collaborative network of
organizations working to build
the movement for a more just
and sustainable future.
For the vast majority of people
on this planet, the old economy
isnt working. It poisons our
water, air, and land, concentrates
resources and power in the hands
of a few, deprives communities
of their agency, and destroys the
ecosystems we depend on. Faced
with interconnected ecological
and economic crises, we believe
its time for deep changes to both
our economy and our politics.
We believe its time for something
newa new economy.
All around the world people
are rolling up their sleeves and
experimenting with innovative
ways of doing business, practicing
democracy, and sharing common
resources. So many strategies that
could transform our economy
are already available, and more

are emerging every day. But new


policies and ideas are only as good
as our will and capacity to bring
them to life.
To take on the old system and build
a new economy, we need a broad,
intersectional, people-powered
movement with values of economic,
racial, and environmental justice
at its core. The New Economy
Coalition exists to build exactly
that. We see ourselves as a network
server, uniting efforts, amplifying
grassroots work, and identifying
opportunities for collaboration,
thus creating a whole far greater
than the sum of our parts.
Already we have convened a network
of more than ninety pioneering
organizations (see pages 6-7).
Working together, we can sharpen
our ideas, reach new constituencies,
broaden support for existing work,
and launch new campaigns. In so
doing, we will move forward rapidly
from imagining a better future to
making it happen.

NEW ECONOMY COALITION

LAUNCHING
THE NEW
ECONOMY
COALITION
A Letter from the President

Over the last few years, our board, staff, and organizational
allies have embarked on an ambitious journey to build the
New Economy Coalition (NEC), a collaborative network of
organizations committed to addressing the structural failings
of our economic system. Together we are bringing together
the individuals and groups at the forefront of advancing a new
economy one that puts people, place, and planet first.
Our organization began when the E. F. Schumacher Society
and the U.K.-based new economics foundation collaborated
to form the New Economics Institute. In 2013, the New
Economics Institute in turn merged with the New Economy
Network to create the New Economy Coalition.
The merger has been a success, establishing a backbone
organization that links creative ideas and people already
working on change.

In 2013 we made great strides:


We launched a New Economy Coalition of
over ninety organizations which has continued
to grow by the week.
We supported student-led teams in convening fourteen
New Economy summits on college campuses across the
U.S. and Canada through the spring and fall of 2013.
We brought together more than 300 young leaders
at a ground-breaking convergence in New York City
in July 2013.
We organized the first-ever New Economy Week
in October 2013, with over seventy-five events in
eighteen U.S. states and two Canadian provinces.

None of us can transform the traditional economy into a regenerative economy


alone. The New Economy Coalition is the most exciting collaboration of the groups
who have been leading the conversation that I have seen.
HUNTER LOVINS
Natural Capitalism Solutions

BUILDING A MOVEMENT FOR A JUST AND SUSTAINABLE ECONOMY

Our experiments have been met with tremendous energy and


enthusiasm. Our student and youth efforts engaged thousands
of young people. New Economy Week spotlighted dozens of
organizations interested in solutions to rising inequality, flawed
economic models, corrupt democracy, and climate injustice.
Building a new economy wont happen overnight, nor will it
happen as a result of one organization. But here at the New
Economy Coalition, helping to build that movement is what
drives everything we do. In these pages, you will read more
about our actionsand the people who made it all possible.
We will also take a look ahead at the exciting new work well
undertake in the coming year.
We invite you to be a part of this vital effort. We want to learn
from your experience, support your work, and build a just
and sustainable futuretogether.
Sincerely,

Bob Massie
President, New Economy Coalition

NEW ECONOMY COALITION

DRIVING REAL CHANGE


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FRIENDS OF THE EARTH

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CARING ECONOMY CAMPAIGN

GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENT


INSTITUTE AT TUFTS UNIVERSITY

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OF THE STEADY STATE ECONOMY

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BUILDING A MOVEMENT FOR A JUST AND SUSTAINABLE ECONOMY

NECs growing membership is the key to achieving our shared mission. Our membership
includes an exciting variety of programs and initiatives from all over North America and
from every facet of the New Economy Movement. We are grateful for their engagement and
are working hard to find new avenues for collaboration to and expand the network.

THE DEMOCRACY COLLABORATIVE

PROGRAM IN NATURE-CULTURE-SUSTAINABILITY
STUDIES AT RISD

INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES

PUBLIC BANKING INSTITUTE

INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR ECOLOGY AND CULTURE

RESPONSIBLE ENDOWMENTS COALITION

IOBY

SCHUMACHER CENTER FOR A NEW ECONOMICS

JP NEW ECONOMY TRANSITION

SECOND NATURE

LABOR NETWORK FOR SUSTAINABILITY

SENIOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP WORKS

THE LIBERTY TREE FOUNDATION

SHAREABLE

LIVING ECONOMIES FORUM

SLOW MONEY

LOCAL ENTERPRISE ASSISTANCE FUND

SMALL PLANET INSTITUTE

THE MARION INSTITUTE

SOUL OF THE NEXT ECONOMY

MISSOURIANS ORGANIZING FOR


REFORM & EMPOWERMENT

SOSTENICA

NATIONAL PRIORITIES PROJECT

SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION RESEARCH


AND ACTION INITIATIVE

NATURAL CAPITALISM SOLUTIONS

SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIES LAW CENTER

NEW ECONOMICS FOUNDATION (U.K.)

SUSTAINABLE ENDOWMENTS INSTITUTE

NEW ENGLAND GRASSROOTS ENVIRONMENT FUND

TAKE BACK YOUR TIME

NORTH AMERICAN STUDENTS OF COOPERATION

TELLUS INSTITUTE

NUCLEAR INFORMATION & RESOURCE SERVICE

TIMEBANKS USA

OWNERSHIP ASSOCIATES

TRANSITION US

PARTICIPATORY BUDGETING PROJECT

TRILLIUM ASSET MANAGEMENT

PATAGONIA

US FEDERATION OF WORKER COOPERATIVES

PEERS.ORG

VERMONTERS FOR A NEW ECONOMY

POLICYLINK

THE WORKING WORLD

POST CARBON INSTITUTE

YES! MAGAZINE

NEW ECONOMY COALITION

ENGAGING
A NEW
GENERATION
TO LEARN AND
TAKE ACTION
Year One of NECs Campus
Network Program

Todays young people see the crisis


in our systemincreasing
inequality, diminished well-being,
and ecological destructionand
are working toward a new economy
that is just, fair, and healthy
for people and the planet. They
have the energy, passion, and
organizing savvy to carry out this
transformation, and the New
Economy Coalition is working hard
to support their talent and vision.
To help launch and support studentled new economy efforts, our

Campus Network team provided


competitive grants up of to $5,000
to support student-led initiatives.
More than sixty schools in twenty
states and provinces applied with
exciting, detailed, and visionary
proposals. On the campuses of the
fourteen finalists, young people
came together to develop a vision
for a more just and sustainable
economy, and to plant seeds that
could make that vision a reality
at their schools and in their
communities.

I have gained the trust of community members, that allows me to assist in


developing a stronger local economy.
MAUREEN JACKSON
Appalachian State University/Campus Network Program

BUILDING A MOVEMENT FOR A JUST AND SUSTAINABLE ECONOMY

SPRING
SEMESTER

2013 EVENTS AND INITIATIVES

reROUTE

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Building Youth and Student Power


for a New Economy

Cambridge, Massachusetts
Building the New Economy Speaker Series

FEBRUARY
22-24
MARCH 6

Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania


Power Up! Divestment Convergence
Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vermont
Beyond Divestment: Money and Finance for a Living Economy

APRIL 4-6

Gonzaga University, Spokane, Washington


Spokane New Economy Summit

APRIL 4-6

University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia


New Economy Summit

APRIL 4-6

Appalachian State University, Watauga County, North Carolina


New Economy Summit

APRIL 13

The New School, New York, New York


Universities and the New Economy

APRIL 13

Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts

This was the culmination of NECs spring


and summer work with youth and students
engaged in building a new economy. The
three-day convergence in New York City
in July 2013 brought together a diverse new
generation of practitioners and organizers
from across the U.S. and Canada to share
strategies, tools, and stories about our work
creating a solidarity economy from the
ground up in our communities and on our
campuses. Through highly participative
workshops and panel sessions, participants
had the opportunity to share ideas and
learnings and broaden their understanding
of how to harness new economy thinking
to bring the changes our society needs.

Cultivating a New Food Economy:


Putting People and Planet First
APRIL 19

Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts


Connecting the Dots: Pathways to a New Economy

APRIL 20-21

College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor, Maine


Cooperation, Community, and Complexity:
Imagining a New Economy for the 21st Century

APRIL 20-21

Ithaca College, Ithaca, New York


Youth Power Summit: Building a New Economy

APRIL 2

University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont


Owning Our New Economy, New Economy Series

MAY 3

Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona


Catalyzing the Commonwealth:
Cooperative Economics, Sustainability, and Civic Engagement

JULY 19-21

New York University, New York, New York


reRoute: Building Youth and Student Power for a New Economy

This was an amazing learning experience. Our goal of


bringing together local
organizations which are
promoting new economy
principles was successful.
We were also successful in
reaching out to our campus
and community residents.
LATOYA JONES,
Clark University/Campus Network Program

NEW ECONOMY COALITION

CELEBRATING
THE EMERGING
MOVEMENT
FOR ECONOMIC
ALTERNATIVES

New Economy Week

Events the New Economy Coalition highlighted


during this exciting week included:
OCTOBER 12

In its inaugural year, New Economy Week


featured more than seventy-five events
across the United States and Canada.
With the support of NEC, groups organized workshops, documentary screenings,
conferences, trainings, actions, and
more. The week earned original coverage
in Truthout, Yes! Magazine, and dozens
of other media outlets.
By calling attention to the thousands
of things people are doing to build the
new economy, New Economy Week
sought to inspire more participation in
this movement and catalyze a national
conversation on the need for deep,
systemic change. Our hope is that it
will become an annual celebration.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
No More Detroits: the Philadelphia Public Bank Solution

OCTOBER 12

Needham, Massachusetts
Creation Care & the Church Conference

OCTOBER 12

New Economy Week was an international


experiment in collective action. Over
the course of seven days last October,
thousands of people stood up in their
communities and celebrated the
movement to build a new economy
one that works for the people, planet,
and places we love.

October 12-18, 2013

Pawtucket, Rhode Island


Ecological Healing, Ecological Economics, Ecological
Justice: Creating Prosperity for the 99% in Rhode Island

OCTOBER 12

New Orleans, Louisiana


NOLA TimeBank Intro and Map Jam

OCTOBER 12-18

Tampa Bay, Florida


#BuyLocalBlast

OCTOBER 12-18

St. Louis, Missouri


Trading Post Solidarity Economy Week

OCTOBER 14

Tucson, Arizona
Sustainable Tucson October Meeting:
Investing in Local Solar Energy Solutions

OCTOBER 14-15

Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Transition Launch Training

OCTOBER 15

Medford, Massachusetts
Building New Economies from the Ground Up
Visions from Boston and Mondragon

OCTOBER 15

Montpelier, Vermont
Central Vermont Harvest Festival

OCTOBER 16

Great Barrington, Massachusetts


Signature Drive: Pass Mass Amendment
Corporations Are Not People Money Is Not Speech

OCTOBER 16

Oakland, California
Cooperative Jobs Build Resilient Communities.

What I love about New Economy Week is that it makes visible all of the people,
businesses, and communities that are already working in the New Economy.
The more we can see, the more inspired we will be by the range and beauty of
our common commitments.
ALISA GRAVITZ
GreenAmerica

BUILDING A MOVEMENT FOR A JUST AND SUSTAINABLE ECONOMY

BUILDING
POWERFUL
PARTNERSHIPS
WITH FAITH
COMMUNITIES
The Faith Community Network

Faith leaders and congregations have


long been critical forces in strengthening communities, promoting social
justice, and helping people to live
fulfilling, meaningful livesgoals
that align well with the vision of
the New Economy Movement. Faith
communities today are tackling issues
that are key to the new economy,
such as racial and economic justice,
sustainability, fossil fuel divestment,
and socially responsible investment.
These allied interests make faith
leaders, divinity schools, and congregations natural partners and allies in
NECs work.
In 2013, we made plans and laid
foundations for building a strong
network of relationships and projects
with key faith-based collaborators.
We researched the organizational
landscape of faith communities in
North America, assessed challenges
and opportunities, and refined
the focus of our vision for working
alongside them to build a new

economy. Now we are moving forward


on building the faith network program:
Recruiting faith-based
organizations as NEC members

Building a new economy community


of seminaries, divinity schools, and
congregations in multiple faiths
Creating a network for individual
faith leaders

Establishing a Faith Community


Working Group, which will launch
summer 2014.

Working with leaders and congregations in faith communities, we


look forward to increasing their
effectiveness, and ours, in building
partnerships and programs for the
new economy.

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NEW ECONOMY COALITION

GATHERING TO SHARE LEARNING


AND BUILD MOMENTUM
In the spirit of our Strategies for a
New Economy conference at Bard
College in 2012, and our reRoute:
Building Youth and Student Power for
a New Economy convergence at New
York University in 2013, in 2014 the
New Economy Coalition is bringing
together a diverse group of the new
economys most energetic thinkers,
practitioners, and newcomers. The
convening serves as a time and place
to share practices, tools, and stories;
highlight achievements; and create an
environment that will strongly propel
existing work and new ideas forward.
The two-part conference includes
an open session over the weekend,
followed by a coalition convention.

The national gathering builds the


New Economy Movement by:
Making space for coalition members
to share learnings.

Initiating new people into the


movement, and encouraging all
participants to develop new skills
and gain new knowledge.
Encouraging participants to think
through problems together.

CommonBound: Moving Together Toward a New Economy.


From June 8-9, 2014 well be holding
the first-ever in-person convention
of the New Economy Coalition. Our
membership is eager to explore
opportunities for collective action,
narrative, and purpose, and our
face-to-face facilitated meeting
will allow this process to accelerate
rapidly. The convention will also
be an opportunity to further democratize the coalition through the
election of NEC board members
by the plenary.

June 6-8, 2014

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BUILDING A MOVEMENT FOR A JUST AND SUSTAINABLE ECONOMY

TAKING THE NEXT STEPS TO


CREATE THE NEW ECONOMY
We have come far in the past year. But this is just the beginning. In the coming
months, through the generosity of our donors, the help of our coalition
members, and the hard work of our staff, we plan to:
EXPAND THE NEW ECONOMY COALITION, including recruiting more

groups working with and led by people from low-income communities and
communities of color. We will also deepen our ties to faith-based groups and
grassroots movements for social justice and form issue caucuses and working
groups to define collective actions, share learnings, and coordinate campaigns
to advance the movement as a whole.
Our successful campus
organizing in 2013 culminated in a three-day convergence in New York
City called reRoute: Building Youth and Student Power for a New Economy,
which brought together over 300 young leaders from across the United States
and Canada. The convergence positioned NECs Youth and Student Network to
grow dramatically, expanding the network of young people engaged in building
the new economy, committing to a focus on racial and economic justice,
incubating projects and campaigns led by students and youth, and moving
toward a collective vision for youth leadership in the new economy movement.
DEVELOP OUR YOUTH AND STUDENT NETWORK:

LAUNCH A RACIAL AND ECONOMIC JUSTICE INITIATIVE: Perhaps our

NEC is the prime perch


and meeting spot for activists, thinkers, and planners
who want to engage and
co-create the emerging
new economy movement.
Chuck Collins, Institute for Policy Studies

most important learning from the first year of our youth and student organizing
work was recognition of the need for focused and intentional engagement with
low-income communities and communities of colorand dedicated resources
to support this engagement. We recognize that we cannot speak about building
a new economy without tackling issues of racial and economic justice head-on,
and we are wholly committed to aligning our personnel recruitment, staff and
board development and programming to reflect this fact. To that end, the New
Economy Coalition is launching a Racial and Economic Justice Initiative, a new
organizing program that will enable us to develop more diverse and effective
leadership for building a new economy.
SHIFT THE CONVERSATION TOWARD NEW ECONOMY SOLUTIONS:

The old economy is built on a foundation of mythsfrom the false premise of


infinite growth on a finite planet to the obsession with GDP as our primary
economic indicator. Through educational campaigns, public appearances,
social media, op-eds and more, we are going to leverage the collective power
of our growing coalition to reach new audiences and tell the story of the
movement for economic alternatives.

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NEW ECONOMY COALITION

DIRECTORS OF THE
NEW ECONOMY COALITION

BOB MASSIE

DAVID M. ABROMOWITZ

GAR ALPEROVITZ

President of the New Economy


Coalition. During his career he
has created or led three groundbreaking sustainability organizations, serving as President of
Ceres, Co-founder and first chair
of the Global Reporting Initiative,
and initiator of the Investor
Network on Climate Risk.

Partner at Goulston & Storrs,


and Senior Fellow at the
Center for American Progress,
focusing on housing policy
and related federal and state
programs and issues.

Lionel R. Bauman Professor


of Political Economy at the
University of Maryland, is cofounder of The Democracy
Collaborative.

JESSICA BRACKMAN

FARHAD EBRAHIMI

CONNIE EVANS

Former CEO of FPG International,


a leading stock photography
agency, now works in the area of
social and environmental impact
documentary film. She is the
founder of the New Economy Film
Festival which launched in New
York City in 2013.

Founder and Trustee Chair


of the Chorus Foundation,
whose mission is to end
the extraction, export,
and use of fossil fuels in
the United States.

International development
consultant, is the President
and CEO of the Association
for Enterprise Opportunity
(AEO).

JOHN FULLERTON

NEVA GOODWIN

HILDEGARDE HANNUM

Founder and President of


the Capital Institute and the
principal of Level 3 Capital
Advisors.

Co-Director of the Global


Development and Environment
Institute (GDAE) at Tufts
University.

Scholar and translator


(with her husband) of major
German thinkers, edits the
Annual E. F. Schumacher
Lectures.

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BUILDING A MOVEMENT FOR A JUST AND SUSTAINABLE ECONOMY

KEITH HARRINGTON

LEAH HUNT-HENDRIX

DAVID W. ORR

Former Maryland and


Washington D.C. Field Director
for the Chesapeake Climate
Action Network, writes on climate
and the new economy.

Recently completed her


doctorate at Princeton
University in Religion, Ethics,
and Politics, researching
grassroots organizing and
social movements around
the world.

Paul Sears Distinguished


Professor of Environmental
Studies and Politics and Senior
Adviser to the President at
Oberlin College.

RACHEL PLATTUS

WILL RAAP

GUS SPETH

(Staff Representative) is Director


of Organizing for the Youth and
Student Network at the New
Economy Coalition.

Founder and Chairman of


Gardeners Supply, an employeeowned family of companies
known for its innovative business
and socially responsible business
practices.

Professor of Law at Vermont


Law School, was Dean of the
Yale School of Forestry and
Environmental Studies.

SARAH STRANAHAN

STEWART WALLIS

TIMOTHY WIRTH

Strategic Development Director


at Free Speech for People and
also serves on the Board of the
Stranahan Foundation.

Executive Director of the new


economics foundation in the UK.
He formerly served as International
Director of Oxfam from 1992 to
2002 and was awarded the OBE for
his distinguished services there.

Former Congressman and U.S.


Senator from Colorado and current
Vice Chairman of the United Nations
Foundation, was recently named a
Champion of the Earth by the United
Nations Environment Programme.

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NEW ECONOMY COALITION

NEW ECONOMY
COALITION
FINANCIAL
OVERVIEW

2012

2012 SUPPORT AND REVENUE

Major gifts
Grants
Individuals
Program Revenue
Other Revenue

$ 480,000.00

46%

$ 400,000.00

38%

$ 20,000.00

2%

$ 130,000.00

12%

$ 20,000.00

2%

TOTAL

$1,050,000.00

2012 FUNCTIONAL EXPENSES


2012

$ 600,000.00

63%

Fiscally Sponsored Projects

$ 95,000.00

10%

Administrative

$ 195,000.00

20%

Fundraising

$ 70,000.00

7%

Program Services

TOTAL

$ 960,000.00

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BUILDING A MOVEMENT FOR A JUST AND SUSTAINABLE ECONOMY

2013

2013 SUPPORT AND REVENUE*


11%

Major gifts

$ 160,000.00

86%

Grants

$ 1,230,000.00

1%

Individuals

$ 12,000.00

2%

Program Revenue

$ 21,000.00

0.3%

Other Revenue

$ 5,000.00

TOTAL

$1,428,000.00

*Unaudited

2013 FUNCTIONAL EXPENSES*


2013

62%

Program Services

8%

Legacy Programs

20%

Administrative

$ 210,000.00

10%

Fundraising

$ 107,000.00

$ 640,000.00
$ 83,000.00

TOTAL

$1,040,000.00

*Unaudited

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NEW ECONOMY COALITION

SUPPORT FOR OUR WORK


The New Economy Coalition gratefully recognizes the generous support of the foundations
and individuals who have contributed to our work so far. Through their generosity, we are
truly moving closer to a new economyone that restores and sustains people, communities,
and the environment.
2012-2014 SUPPORT (as of January 31, 2014)

$ 100,000 AND HIGHER

$ 1,000 - $ 9,999

Joshua Boger
Neva Goodwin
Metabolic Studio
NoVo Foundation

Grant Abert
Anonymous
Maile & John Bay
Paul and Anne van Buren Fund
Chelsea Green
Katherine Collins
Anne Delaney
Domini Social Investments
Peggy Dulany
Fenwick Foundation
Julie Harte
Hunter Grubb Foundation
Charles Keil
Kindle Project Fund of the Common Counsel Foundation
Linden Family Fund
Dale McDonald
Nachman Family Charitable Foundation
Overbrook Foundation
Will Raap
Grace Jones Richardson
John Rosenblum
Ross/Strohbehn Gift Fund
William & Kay Schrenk
Keri Smith
Joseph Stanislaw
Sarah Stranahan
Gordon Thorne
Catherine & Wolfgang Traber
Trillium Asset Management
Timothy & Wren Wirth

$ 50,000 - $ 99,999

Farhad Ebrahimi
Rockefeller Brothers Fund
Swift Foundation
Town Creek Foundation
$ 10,000 - $ 49,999

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Jessica Brackman & Charles Melcher
Cloud Mountain Foundation
Compton Foundation
Eileen Fisher Foundation
John Fullerton Family Foundation
Garfield Foundation
Grantham Foundation
Hildegarde Hannum
The Hildegard Fund
KAT Charitable Foundation
Dan Levinson
Beatrice Pask
Patagonia
Christopher Reynolds Foundation
Abby Rockefeller & Lee Halprin
Richard Rockefeller
Elizabeth Steele
Taupo Fund
Tides Foundation
V. Kann Rasmussen Foundation
The Vervane Foundation

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Faith Community Partnerships Organizer

SAC H I E H O P K I N S H AYAKAWA,
E ST E B A N K E L LY,

Lead Organizer (Capacity Building & Organizational Development)


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Youth & Student Organizer

IT and Data Systems Coordinator

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2014 Conference Manager

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Operations

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M I K E SA N D M E L,

Youth & Student Organizer

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