Collaborators

  • Jen Abrams, also see here“Jen Abrams taught me how to do public speaking, budgeting, accounting, hiring, and hone my professionalism in the nonprofit and performing arts world”

  • Susan Jahoda

    “my primary collaborator from 2015–today”,

    “There is something amazing about Susan’s ability to approach people of any age and status—student, administrator, etc.—with a sense of openness”

  • Herman Jean-Noel and see here

    “A short documentary video about The Study Center for Group Work was commissioned by the Glasgow School of Art and filmed and edited by Herman Jean-Noel, founder of NEGLAKAY PRODUCTIONS, a grassroots video production house”,

    “a filmmaker who I met at TradeSchool.coop, and who made a film about my work at Cornell”

  • Esteban Kelly

    “Director of the United States Federation of Worker Cooperatives on conflict transformation tactics and strategies”,

    “a founding member of Anti-Oppression Resource and Training Alliance (AORTA)”

  • Helen Lee

    “uses glass to think about language”,

    “Helen is an incredible artist, both conceptually and technically, a generous host, and a clear project manager, so I knew she would be amazing to work with”

  • Judith Leemann

    “an artist, educator, and writer, whose hybrid practice pushes the boundaries between distinct areas of professional practice”

  • Louise Ma

    “Louise Ma is an illustrator, artist, and designer, creating the illustrations and layout for OurGoods.org and TradeSchool.coop.”

  • Adelheid Mers

    “an artist, theorist, and a member of The Study Center for Group Work”

  • MC Reitz

    “a local artist who was excited to facilitate daily engagement with the groups throughout the process (...), MC’s background in community organizing and ongoing work at a local level gave her the ability to engage with people in ways that would be impossible without her support”

  • Alexander Rosenberg

    “concerns himself with systems of display and all things on the edge of breaking . . . an experienced flame worker and mold maker for glass casting”

  • Rachel Vera Steinberg

    “the incredible systems-thinker and curator”

  • Vicky Virgin

    “she works by day as a Research Associate with the Mayor’s Office for Economic Opportunity in New York City. By night, Vicky is a dancer and choreographer”

  • Lika Volkova, also see here

    “Making mobile sculptures for pick-pockets, delinquents, and communitarians, Volkova works in the legacy of critical design and collective production”

  • Or Zubalsky

    "generous and rigorous artist and computer engineer”