At our last staff meeting we were asked to share practices, projects or initiatives that promote diversity and inclusion in an individual or team’s current work. The list was great benchmark on how to embed diversity and inclusion tools into the work environment so I wanted to share a list of examples as told by … Continue reading Embedding Diversity and Inclusion Practices into Your Daily Work
Since the launch of Mozilla Clubs at the beginning of the year, we have been in an ever developing lean model of create, test, adapt and share. As we continue through this cycle and develop a new program, we’ve had our share of learning. Throughout it all, a lot has worked! In the last few … Continue reading State of Mozilla Clubs – what’s left for 2015?
The party don't stop (that's always been one of my favourite lines to say!). For 2015 our Learning Networks team decided to take a step back to evaluate how our beloved Maker Party could bridge the gap between a campaign and year long engagement strategy. In the past we've successfully thrown a two or three … Continue reading Maker Party 2015: The Evolution of a Year-long Party
Recently, Mark (Executive Director of Mozilla Foundation) asked me to do a bit of personal reflection on my time at Mozilla and answer a few questions. He then asked me to share my answers with our organization while at a retreat in Portland. I've read through these answers a few times already and thought they … Continue reading Building, Learning and Evolving (Q + A)
As I'm still living the high after having witnessed the "mother of all Maker Party's", The Mozilla Festival (MozFest), I thought it was due time to look back at the last four months and do a little deconstructing on what went on. The success Four months ago I wrote this post describing my new position … Continue reading Maker Party’s around the world: 4 month review
A month ago today I started a new job with the Mozilla Foundation (yay!). I'm through the roof about this and I wanted to share with you why. For awhile I've watched Mozilla from afar while admiring their commitment to creating an open web and educating the next generation of webmakers. My only experience with … Continue reading I throw parties at Mozilla