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Past Silver Spring Event: VOL 3

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VOL 3

April 10, 2015
@ Pyramid Atlantic

Volume 3 is our first evening with an actual theme. We've brought a variety of individuals from all over the area to present Make Change Happen. You'll get a great range of perspectives on what that looks like and how it happens.

We're hosting it again at Pyramid Atlantic which provides an ideal backdrop for PechaKucha. Enjoy visual arts as you meet your community and get amped by our fabulous presenters.

Tickets: http://bit.ly/1BM8Stw

Best Parking Option (Free after 7PM): http://bit.ly/1aeZdUR

We look forward to seeing you there!

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The People's Museum

BY ALLISON WEISS
@ VOL 3 ON APR 10, 2015

Allison Weiss shares her experience creatnig The People's Museum, a collection of history and stories from different people from all walk's of life.

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Turning Black Thumbs Green

BY KATHY JENTZ
@ VOL 3 ON APR 10, 2015

Kathy Jentz is a gardener and editor of Washington Gardener Magazine. She doesn't believe in "black thumbs", only green thumbs waiting to sprout. Kathy shares the best tips to turn black thumbs into green thumbs.

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The Value of Diverging

BY JASMINE SANTE
@ VOL 3 ON APR 10, 2015

Jasmine Sante has lived in many places with "convergent" behavior. She sees value in divergent behavior. Jasmine presents on not only the importance of black sheep, but also the importance of supporting black sheep.

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Remembering the Heart of Africa

BY SUSI WYSS
@ VOL 3 ON APR 10, 2015

Susi Wyss shares her experience living in Africa.

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Complex Questions - Simple Answers

BY ANNA HARGRAVE
@ VOL 3 ON APR 10, 2015

Anna Hargrave shares how having a child made her understand the importance of community as an action.

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Creative Change Agents

BY LAURA KISAILUS
@ VOL 3 ON APR 10, 2015

Laura Kisailus and Michael Matera are change agents. They share the process of making change happen through problem solving using an example of rearranging a workspace. What seems like a small bit of housekeeping turns out to have a significant impact on work.

Jasmine Sante
Digital Strategy, Sante Strategies in Washington
Anna Hargrave
Community Foundation in Silver Spring
Laura Kisailus
Creative Change Agent, Darwin in Alexandria
Michael Matera
Creative change agent, Darwin
Sareana Kimia
President/CEO & Founder of Youth for National Change
Susi Wyss
Author in Silver Spring
Allison Weiss
Museum Director, Sandy Spring Museum in Silver Spring
Kathy Jentz
editor/publisher, Washington Gardener Magazine in Silver Spring