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Tim Palmer, Williston, VT

I’ve worked with Amy in the community and at the State House and am always struck by her insight, capacity to help people with diverse viewpoints find common ground, and ability to advance crucial and sometimes difficult issues strategically...

Mobilizing or Movement Building?

This past weekend, the fifth annual Environmental Action Conference was held at Vermont Technical College in Randolph. The conference offered more than 20 skill-building and issue-oriented workshops to over 250 participants. It featured a video address by governor-elect Peter...

Brewing Strong TEA

Although I am not at all attracted to the TEA Party’s principles, I have been fascinated by their organizing success and have been watching it for some time now. The TEA Party (TEA = Taxed Enough Already) did see...

Mary Sullivan, Burlington

Amy's organizational skills and passion for doing a fantastic and thorough job were so evident when she was campaign manager for Racine for Governor. It was great to hear so many people around the state hold Amy in such...

Leo Graham, Chester, VT

Amy Shollenberger has a rare talent: she can get people to do things. From the President of the United States to the manager of the local convenience store, getting people to do things is roughly task one. Still, I will...