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A roundup of GWI news, including general announcements, reflections from our team, and links to resources.
By Hélène Lesterlin
09.21.23
We at GWI are so happy to welcome two new team members to our collaborative Good Work!
By Aja, Micah, and Susan
07.17.23
Busy cultivating new and deepening existing relationships with organizations and individuals that have a desire to bring a culture of shared leadership into their own workplaces.
By Aja Schmeltz
06.26.23
It is with gratitude and excitement that we welcome our newest board members, Allison Lamb, David Brownstein and Kate Cox! 
By Susan Grove
06.12.23
From hands-on activities that gave us a taste of what cooperation and competition feel like to crafting stories of regenerative futures, it was energizing to retreat from our regular day-to-day lives to connect and learn in an inspiring community of co-learners. 
By Micah
05.05.23
Nate Hagens makes a strong case for choosing a different path forward. What struck me most, is that just how much the answers are rooted in love.
By Caitlin and Micah
03.30.23
We see our fiscally-sponsored projects as partners in our mission to build collective power.
By Susan, Aja and Micah (GWI Worker Trustees)
03.13.23
We spend most of our time at work, so what better place than our workplaces to learn to practice democracy and work toward a Just Transition?
By Hélène Lesterlin
03.03.23
We invite you to participate in a democratic process for designing a Just Transition-aligned pilot community fund for the city of Kingston! More info here.
By Micah, Hélène and Aja
10.11.22
We are excited to announce that we’re exploring the creation of a community-designed, community-controlled fund.
Aja, Caitlin, Hélène, Micah, Susan, and Terri
08.19.20
The days are getting shorter, the light coming through the trees hits the windows at a [...]
Aja, Caitlin, Hélène, Micah, Susan, and Terri
07.15.20
Are you crafting moments of relief and peace? Radical self care is a real, living thing.

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