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Jen Lemen is a writer, artist, and independent publisher with a passion for creating community and friendship wherever she goes. Whether she’s telling knock-knock jokes in the kitchen with her two kids Madeleine and Carter or trekking across the African hillside collecting stories of confidence and hope, Jen believes that ordinary people can do amazing things with whatever they have, wherever they are. You can read more about Jen, her life, and her work in Rwanda at jenlemen.com.
Was born. Went to school. Then to college. Graduated from another college. Designed InReview Newspaper. Got married (love). Learned HTML. Managed at Tallent Communications. Became a father (more love). Started a company. Helped start another. Became a father again (more, more love). Took a job with a big company. Always looking up, up and away.
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- The World is Better When Cool People Care (green)
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Lisa is a quirky freelance designer/illustrator and mom to a sweet little girl, named Hadley. She lives in Portland, OR and when she's not cleaning spit up off of herself, or doodling to make a living, she can be found baking up a storm or laughing at/with her husband, Nate. You can check out more of her work at: www.mylittlebuffalo.com.
A native of Nashville, Tallu earned a B.F.A in Papermaking and Bookbinding from the Appalachian Center for Craft. In May 2008, she received an M. Div. from Union Theological Seminary in New York, where she focused her studies on art, ritual, and liberation theology. After seminary, Tallu moved to Nicaragua, where she lived and worked with poor farmers on food security projects using methods of agriculture that build communities and protect the land. Tallu is the director of The Nashville Food Project, a nonprofit that provides increased access to healthy foods in working poor and homeless communities. In addition to her work there, Tallu serves as a minister of mission and outreach at Woodmont Christian Church. She and her husband Robbie have a baby on the way and keep a garden at home with ten chickens. In her spare time, Tallu loves to grow, cook, and eat food.