Interesting People to Know

I’ve had the good fortune of meeting  many amazing people who do a variety of things, some of whom are  highlighted in the Experiences, Resources or Books sections, others you can meet here. It gives me great pleasure to  introduce some of those amazing  people here.
Molly Stranahan
Jeff Golden, Unafraid: A Novel of the  Possible, 2008. L&R Publishing, Ashland, OR. Jeff Golden, As If We Were Grownups: A  Collection of "Suicidal" Political Speeches  That Aren't, 2004. RiverWoods Books, Ashland, OR. Jeff Golden, Forest Blood: A Novel, 1999. Wellstone Press,  Ashland, OR.
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George Stranahan, A Predicament of Innocents: Might the Schools Help?, 2013. People's Press, Aspen, CO. George Stranahan and Nicole Bernstein Strait, Phlogs: Journey to the Heart of the Human Predicament, 2009. People's Press, Aspen, CO. Gaylord Guenin and George Stranahan, It’s Not All of Fishing to Fish, 2008. People’s Press, Woody Creek, CO. George Stranahan, Pilgrim and Photographer, 2007. Aspenworks, Aspen, CO.
Bernard Lietaer and Jacqui Dunne, Rethinking Money: How New Currencies Turn Scarcity into Prosperity, 2013. Berrett-Koehler Publishers, San Francisco, CA. Margrit Kennedy, Bernard Lietaer, John Rogers, People Money: The Promise of Regional Currencies, 2012. Triarchy Press Ltd. Bernard Lietaer, Christian Arnsperger, Stefan Brunnhuber and Sally Goerner, Money and Sustainability: The Missing Link, 2012. Triarchy Press Ltd. Bernard Lietaer and Stephen Belgin, New Money for a New World, 2011. Qiterra Press. Gwendolyn Hallsmith and Bernard Lietaer, Creating Wealth, Growing Local Economies with Local Currencies, 2001. New Society Publishers. Bernard Lietaer, The Future of Money: Creating New Wealth, Work and a Wiser World, 2002, Century Books.
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Gil Friend

I met Gil Friend through the Tipping Point Network. He is committed to helping businesses practice sustainability. Gil Friend, The Truth About Green Business, 2009. FT Press,  Upper Saddle River, NJ.

Robert Gass

Robert Gass co-founded the Social Transformation Project which focuses on building a more powerful and effective social change movement.   Sacred Union, the work of Judith Ansara and Robert Gass.

Pamela Gerloff

Pamela Gerloff is the best editor a writer could ever have (she edited the More than Money Journal) because she is a skilled writer herself. She lets her curiosity guide her into considering amazing possibilities, hence her moniker “Possibility Pamela.” She will create and conduct programs to address rankism. Robert W. Fuller and Pamela A. Gerloff, Dignity For All, 2008.  Berrett-Koehler Publishers, San Francisco, CA.  

Jeff Golden

I met Jeff Golden at the Transpartisan Alliance Conference. He has put together a great program for small governmental organizations called Building Civic Communities. He is a writer, blogger and radio show host. I particularly recommend Unafraid, a novel that imagines President Kennedy survives the assassination attempt to be a truly courageous leader.

Bernard Lietaer

Bernard Lietaer 

George Stranahan

Amongst the many things he is (and does), my father, George Stranahan is a photographer and as he has aged, he has become quite a philosopher and writer. A few years ago, he created what he calls a phlog – a photo blog. He posts one of his photographs and a story about it – whether it is literally true or not, it reveals something of him. It, and he, have inspired me to share my thoughts and my view of the world.
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