When I read the first article of Emma Jane Hogbin‘s “Making Change Happen” in Full Circle Magazine’s “Ubuntu Women” column, I was quite impressed. Having to learn more about what she has to offer to technical knowledge I moseyed (sp?) on over to her website.
The challenge with change is knowing where to start. In this five-part series we will look at the process of how the Ubuntu Women team is making change happen. Topics will include: goal setting, action items, areas of responsibility, evaluation and volunteer retention.
Her articles vary from Ubuntu Linux usage, development, project management (see her Making Change Happen article above), knitting, design, and much more. With everything she’s working on, I swear she must have five clones to keep everything going.
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