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I’ve led and advised start-ups, businesses and non-profits on branding, product design and development and creative and editorial, including Inspire.com, FedScoop, CityCamp, ToothHugger and others. During the dot-com “bust,” I was part of a small team that turned around a fledgling start-up that now has annual sales of more than $80 million. In May 2009, I founded GovFresh, a civic media site focused on technology and open government. GovFresh has been referenced in Fast Company, Mashable, The White House Blog, Huffington Post, San Francisco Chronicle, TechPresident, among others. My work has been mentioned in Mashable, Huffington Post, O’Reilly Radar, TechPresident, Gov 2.0 Radio, Federal News Radio and opensource.com. Inspiration for the above began when I served as managing editor and editor-in-chief of Broadside, George Mason University’s student newspaper, where I led the paper to win its first Associated Collegiate Press honors. I graduated with degrees in International Relations and Government & Politics and received GMU’s Student Leadership Award honors for my work at Broadside. Volunteer commitments include work with the International Rescue Committee, 826 Valencia, Conservancy for Tibetan Art & Culture, International Campaign for Tibet, Pathways Hospice, Be-Friend-A-Child and Taproot Foundation, among others. I live in the San Francisco Bay…
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