Looking for Reporters for the US Federation Conference

Are you heading to Berkeley for the National Worker Cooperative Conference?

Do you have an urge to take notes on what you learn?

Would you like to share that knowledge with the rest of the world?

Talk to me. I have a lot to do at the conference (at least one workshop, run the membership meeting, and likely staff a table or two). I won’t be able to be at all the workshops, but would like to have their coverage show up on this blog.
It won’t take a lot. A quick summary of the presentation and debate from the workshops you attend. You won’t have to format anything (you can even send it in an e-mail message).
We don’t know how much of the media will be there, but this is a chance to dive into the nitty gritty of the conference. Pictures welcomed, but optional.

Please consider it (especially Bernard and Gordon). I’d love the extra voices and the help.

About John McNamara

John spent 26 years with Union Cab of Madison Cooperative and currently helps develop co-op in the Pacific Northwest. He holds a Masters in Management: Co-operatives and Credit Unions from Saint Mary's University and hopes to finish his Ph.D. in Business Administration soon. He has served on the board of the US Federation of Worker Cooperatives and the Board of Governors for the Democracy at Work Network. He currently sits on the Co-op Circle and Mission Circle for Sociocracy for All. He teaches on worker co-operatives and democratic management in the summer at The Evergreen State College.
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