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About Me

I started my career in building climate solutions - from resource recovery to energy and electric power system management to solar technology. The process led me to an interesting project that created the documentary film, Time to Choose (by Oscar-winning filmmaker Dir. Charles Ferguson - "Inside Job"), which I was an associate producers for. We wanted to harness inspiration to create real actions that will change the current system in order to bring more clean water, clean air, and clean food to all. When I found out community-based solutions like the one that ended violence in underserved community by growing food, I knew an open-source repository for solutions to tackle real problems is needed. After working closely with countless community organizers, the CrossPollinators was born. It is a place for changemakers to share solutions and collaborate with each other.


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NorCal Community Resilience Network; FUTURE-READY NOW!; Murikey

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  • The California Endowment, a statewide health funder of the Building Healthy Communities Initiative, recently opened the doors to its permanent Oakland office. We are proud to be a permanent fixture of the vibrant

  • Join the region’s top clean energy thinkers and decision makers to learn and share the different strategies you are implementing to use local renewable resources as solutions to racial and social inju

  • The Oakland Peace Center is proud to co-host an event featuring nationally renowned “Moral Injury” expert Rita Nakashima Brock on November 9.
    A talk with acclaimed moral injury expert Rita Nakashima Brock.
    In an

  • Oakland Peace Center Executive Director, Sandhya Jha’s new book is already receiving great endorsements ( and is available for pre-order from Chalice

  • Please join the Sustainable Economies Law Center and friends on December 5th, 2017 for our 8th Annual Fall Celebration and Showcase!


    If you are unable to


    Sunrise will hold a peaceful space to remember the lives of those impacted by climate disaster. We will take this time to communally

  • Housing in the East Bay is facing new challenges that affect all of us who live and work here.

    Join us for an engaging and helpful panel discussion and if you are interested in:

    – Learning more about this

  • Are you a young(ish) professional in the Bay Area who:
    …is interested in learning more about the poverty crisis we’re experiencing now?
    …wants to make a difference in YOUR community?
    …likes to sip de

  • Workers and Youth Unite Against the Tagami Coal-pocalypse!  As the fires burn and the cities flood, one man in Oakland is trying to wreak more havoc on the planet’s ecosystem and put more toxic chemicals into th

  • Climate Workers is building a worker-led, grassroots labor movement for climate justice.

    Through multilingual popular education, we connect the lived experiences of thousands of union members with the

  • On October 21, leaders from across California will gather for a statewide leadership training for a new movement of young people uniting to stop climate change: Sunrise.

    Sunrise is building an army of

  • Fundraising is the lifeblood of any nonprofit organization. With emerging funding sources and tried methods galore, navigating the landscape can be complex. This training will provide a modern overview of

  • This Convergence brings together an estimated 1000 sustainability enthusiasts, permaculture designers, social entrepreneurs, community organizers, social justice activists, and inspired people from across North

  • Next weekend, we will have the opportunity to show our solidarity with the low-income residents in San Jose.

    How are things on your end?

    Are you looking for an effective way to let people know what you are working on?

    Ever wonder what interesting projects other people are working on?

    Looking for collaborators on your project?

    Let’s c…[Read more]

  • What do social justice and climate solutions have in common? Join the the region’s top clean energy thinkers and decision makers representing labor, government, green business, environment, and underrepresented c

  • How do our behaviors and choices contribute to climate change? What are some changes we can make on a personal level to improve our carbon footprints?
    Guests: Sustainability Fellows from the City of

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