From 2003 to 2009, I built many one-off and short-lived political organizing and campaigning tools. I also spent a couple of years running political meetings, moderating candidate debates and caucuses, and flat-out standing in crowds registering people to vote.
I organized my way to get elected as one of about 7000 National Delegates attending the convention in Denver in Aug 2008, and I earned an actual, seated Silver Ticket to Obama's Inauguration. Here are a few of the sites worth talking about, if you are so inclined.
SAVE YOURSELF SOME GOOGLING
For more than a decade, I have been applying my strengths toward educational, political, cultural, and entrepreneurial missions — all of which revolve around building and organizing communities and cultures. I am always happy to discuss the role community plays in these missions.
The short-version: authentic community is self-perpetuating, and the single biggest influence on people... and mostly not online.
SOME QUOTES AND OPINIONS