EcoTuesday meeting March 22

I’m excited to report that the next San Francisco EcoTuesday gathering will be hosted at my workplace, the Adobe San Francisco office at 601 Townsend. EcoTuesday is a unique, structured monthly networking event for sustainable business leaders held concurrently in nine cities across the country. If you’re in the San Francisco Bay Area, I invite you to join me on March 22, 6:30 pm, for a fun and informative evening.

This month, the San Francisco event will feature Erica Priggen, Executive Producer at Free Range Studios. As the head of Free Range’s video and entertainment department, Erica oversees the creative and strategic development of all of the company’s video campaigns. She brings a deep study of sustainability and systems thinking to her work, with a concentration on the importance of storytelling and mythology as tools for cultural transformation. Erica is the producer of Free Range’s award-winning The Story of Stuff (which I highly recommend), as well as other hits such as 350.org, The Good Life, the Alliance for Climate Education’s national high school assembly program, and the Autodesk Sustainability Workshop video series. The mission of Free Range Studios is to enable their clients to communicate key messages and empower individuals to transform society through the innovative use of digital media, storytelling, graphic design, and strategy. They also strive to inspire others through values-driven business practices.

The event is being sponsored by delicious concoctions from Honest Tea and Haamonii Shochu, a local company that is pursuing serious steps toward sustainability as well as participating in many charitable activities.

Come have a drink, network, and meet some great people!

RSVP: $5 online ($10 door) http://www.meetup.com/San-Francisco-EcoTuesday/events/16675369/

3 thoughts on “EcoTuesday meeting March 22

  1. Rosana, this sounds like a cool gathering! Wish I could be there. I’d love to meet the producer of The Story of Stuff. Thanks for all your good work in the Bay Area.

    1. Thanks, Priscilla! I only wish I could be doing more.

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