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Saturday, October 22 • 1:15pm - 2:30pm
Networking | Educators for the Future
Facilitated by NuMundo Team
As the “old story” of our world collapses and a generation is raised with the reality of climate change, the job of educators is evermore challenging and important. Come meet up with fellow teachers, trainers and coaches to explore the rapidly evolving field of education and how to equip coming generations with the tools they will need to address our global crises.

Workshop Speakers
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David Casey

DAVID CASEY, a co-founder of NuMundo with a background in Political Economy, has been organizing cultural events, retreats and ecovillage design courses in Central America and working with an Indigenous artisan cooperative in Guatemala for the past 5 years.
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Nick Joyce

NICK JOYCE, with a background in management, permaculture, eco-village design, and sustainable development, has had extensive experience living and working abroad, including in Africa. He is a co-founder of Activate Asheville.
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Erika Logie

ERIKA LOGIE, a web designer specializing in user interface, has worked with many media companies, including Disney, ABC and NBC. She also played a pivotal role running a newly founded eco-village in Nicaragua.
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Ryan Rising

RYAN RISING, a Bay Area-based community organizer and permaculture educator, co-founded the Permaculture Action Network and has worked at venues such as Lightning in a Bottle and Rising Appalachia to mobilize festival attendees to install permaculture systems and create community spaces.  
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Marissa Weitzman

MARISSA WEITZMAN is an eco-educator, curriculum developer, and environmental project designer who has worked with food systems, natural building, permaculture gardens, etc., and has also organized service learning programs around the Bay Area.


Saturday October 22, 2016 1:15pm - 2:30pm
Exhibit Hall