Feeling Thankful

Thanksgiving is a time of year for reflection for me. It reminds me that I have so very much to be grateful for, including the significant work I get to do every day.

The cooperative movement is a powerful force. I believe strongly that a cooperative way of business is a better way of business and I'm thankful for the opportunity to get to work with amazing cooperators across the country to improve our local economies.

In addition to the meaningful work I do every day, I'm thankful for family and friends to lean on. I wish you a holiday filled with reflection, gratitude, and yummy food!

If you don't follow Start.coop, you should. They have a great newsletter that is jam-packed with great resources. In this month's newsletter, they announced their new Job Board, a place to easily find and share cooperative job opportunities. I am often asked by co-ops where to post job openings - especially for the role of …

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We'll discuss what neighborhood canvassing is, why it's useful, execution tips, and ways to measure your success!  Join Katie on January 26, 2023, at 12 noon CST! This session will be recorded and distributed to all who have registered. Feel free to invite other members of your co-op to attend! Coffee with Katie is a …

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Last year at this time I was inspired by my work with Southside Food Co-op in Chicago to learn more about the connections between Kwanzaa and Cooperative Principles. It's invigorating and exciting to learn more about this African-American celebration and how it so closely relates to the cooperative movement. I am by no means anything …

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