Hometown: LaSalle, Illinois
July 7, 2010
Advocate/educator for sustainable community building, food sovereignty, and the essential dialogs to make it all happen. I love creating functional space, growing edibles, facilitating dialogs that bring us back home. .
Since I moved to the east bay about 8 years ago
Shared ownership, shared responsibility, shared vision, shared values ..
interesting question .. .it' s more about the people, vision, focus and groundedness. .Intergenerational, multicultural, international is important to me .. .
"my other site: www.bayareaorganizingsolutions.com It's possible to build community where ever you are .. starts with love .. a neighborhood group/association and a few good gardens, kids and elders."
Hey! So great to see you here Shera - I miss you!
Welcome to the FEM Talks women's community! I hope this is the perfect place for you to unwind, inspire, be inspired and have a lot of fun. Our next event is scheduled for June 13th. (women who rsvp online get a free gift from the keynote, Dana Garrison) I look forward to connecting in person and here online :)
Hi Sheryl, Welcome, there's a swap tomorrow in Greenbrae.
Coach Shera, a friend shared your Craig's List post with what you're currently seeking to manifest in community. I recommend posting it here on our message board and adding more info to your profile so people can connect around mutual interests.
Great to see you here, Shera!!! We'd love for you to join us, if you can make it. : )
Rosy (Beautiful picture of you!)
Sheryl, given your background in sustainability, community, organizational development/facilitation and management, I feel like we should be hiring you (if we had any money, that is) to help us build the cohousing movement regionally. Perhaps there's ways we can foster the development of new communities, helping people build the many capacities they will need to succeed.
Hi Sheryl, Thanks for your interest in the Breakfast Blogging Club. We look forward to seeing you at one of our events. Blog on! Beth