Natalie Foster is the co-chair of the Economic Security Project, a two year fund to support exploration and experimentation of the universal basic income, and an advisor to the The Aspen Institute Future of Work Initiative. In 2013, Natalie co-founded and launched Peers.org to support people who work in the sharing economy. Prior, she was the CEO and co-founder of Rebuild the Dream, a platform for people–driven economic change, with Van Jones. Previously, Natalie served as digital director for President Obama’s Organizing for America (OFA) and the Democratic National Committee. Natalie built the first digital department at the Sierra Club and served as the deputy organizing director for MoveOn.org.
Town Hall: Entrepreneurship, Policy, and Innovation in America
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