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Hub Stories: The Change-Making Power of Talk

[Name]: George Scharffenberger

[Organization]: UC Berkeley

[Area of Expertise]: International Development

George Scharffenberger is a talker in the finest sense of the word; his talk is the kind that changes the world. He is a practitioner of international development with a career spanning four decades and as many countries including Continue reading

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Hub Stories: Co-Fed’s Co-Founder Finds Nourishment at the Hub

[Name]: Yoni Landau

[Areas of Expertise]: Local Food, Student Organization, Education

[Hub Berkeley Memory Lane]:

“I just love thinking about John Yuasa talking about wine down– that guy loves wine down. Did you know he worked for the Carter Administration? Yeah, he ran an anti-discrimination bureau to prosecute places that were not following fair employment standards…. I love that when I bring people here for meetings, I can just point at various Hub members and say ‘that guy worked for the White House, that person is connecting FairTrade USA with Starbucks, etc’. People are really getting shit done!” Continue reading

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