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JFanselow is looking forward to the launch of our Everyday Democracy Book Club.
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My Personal Info
Full Name: Julie Fanselow
NCDD Member Since: Sep. 18, 2007
About Me: Julie Fanselow started working with Everyday Democracy in 2002, when she spent a week in Connecticut interviewing founder Paul J. Aicher, the staff, and key players from the organization’s early days. The result was the booklet What Democracy Feels Like, which chronicled a small slice of Paul’s life and legacy. After that, Julie began writing feature stories about communities using dialogue-to-change programs to create positive change. By 2007, she had traveled to more than a dozen states to document these successes. In September 2007, Julie added “online organizer” to her Everyday Democracy portfolio. Recognized by The New York Times as a pioneering blogger on political campaigns, Julie is now taking blogging and online activism in a nonpartisan direction as manager of Everyday Democracy’s blog. Julie is also doing outreach to other online communities and is available to help community organizers set up local blogs. She continues to write for the organization and will help the organization roll out its new name, Everday Democracy. Julie holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Ohio University. Early in her career, she worked for newspapers in Ohio, Idaho, and Washington state. A successful freelance writer since 1991, she has authored or co-authored more than a dozen books and hundreds of magazine articles. Julie lives in Boise, Idaho, with her husband Bruce Whiting and their daughter Natalie.
My Interest Areas: blogging, study circles, citizen engagement
My Work
Organization Name: Write the Change
Title / Position: Writer - Online Organizer
Description: I am working almost full time for SCRC as it expands its online presence and rolls out its new name, Everyday Democracy.
Other Organizations: I have been an independent writer since 1991. My own business is called Write the Change, a professional writing and consulting service for organizations and individuals working to make a positive difference in their communities and the world.
My Contact Info
Email: [email protected]
Phone Number: 208-859-9006
Website URL:
Street Address: 1504 Columbus Street
City: Boise
State/Province: ID
Zip or Country Code: 83705
NCDD Involvement
NCDD 2008 Attendee: Not yet
NCDD 2006 Attendee: No
NCDD 2004 Attendee: No
NCDD 2002 Attendee: No
NCDD's Mentorship Program: Sorry - not interested in the mentorship program
I'd like to: help communities spread word of their work online, via our SCRC blog and other online venues.
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