We’re living in a time unlike any other. Just a year ago, could we have fathomed the world we live in now? Our old priorities now seem insignificant, and the future remains uncertain. As a… Read more »
Natalie Hoffman specializes in research and communication between differing cultures and points of view. She is a co-author of the bestselling book, "How to Talk to the "Other Side": Finding Common Ground in the Time of Coronavirus, Recession and Climate Change." She often takes on the role of “peacemaker” and her lifelong goal is to bring people together at a mass scale. She is passionate about sustainability and, as a mixed-race woman, embraces many of the perspectives outlined in this book. A songwriter and water polo player in her free time, Natalie is a Seattle native who loves a good bowl of ramen.
Big business and environmentalists are often pitted against each other. While distrust and resentment may often exist between the two groups, there is actually an abundance of win-win solutions that improve financial performance through better… Read more »
We are at an incredibly polarized time in our nation’s history. While politics used to just be one way in which people identified themselves, in recent years Americans have used political affiliations as a way… Read more »
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