- Standing in the value of your cutting-edge perspectives and skillsets in this time of ferment
- The vital importance of building skills in social permaculture
- Building capacity and supporting the leadership of diverse communities
- Cultural competence and building transformative relationships in permaculture
- Cultivating resilience and self-care in your professional life
- How to make permaculture more “relevant”
- The many forms of abundance
- Why saying “no” to some opportunities is saying “yes” to what we want truly desire
- Practical tips for pricing your services and projecting your income streams
Pandora Thomas is an in-demand entrepreneur, social entrepreneur, eco-preneur and permapreneur–see her schedule of upcoming teaching and speaking engagements here.
Her most recent projects include co-founding the Black Permaculture Network, working with Toyota to design and currently serving as a coalition member of the Toyota Green Initiative, which supports African Americans in understanding the benefits of adopting sustainable lifestyles and co-designing, teaching with and directing Pathways to Resilience-a permaculture and social entrepreneur training program that worked with men and women returning home after incarceration.
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