Tamara Shapiro

Tamara Shapiro

Tamara Shapiro was a lead strategist and facilitator of the InterOccupy network which facilitated democratic, interactive conference calls that led to regional and national actions, conferences and multi-city events.  She was one of the lead coordinators of Occupy Sandy, the most effective citizen-led relief effort in U.S. history.  

She then went on to create and implement a networked hub structure for The People’s Climate March, which has been using the model since 2014, and co-founded Movement Netlab, a practice-centered ‘think-make-and-do tank’ that helped develop powerful conceptual and practical tools that help facilitate the growth and effectiveness of the most dynamic, emerging social movement networks of our time, as well as non profits and philanthropic organizations hoping to transition into a networked model using racial equity and network models.  She is currently a network trainer, consultant and coach, as well as the Program Director at the NYC Network of Worker Cooperatives.

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