Cunning linguist, mother of twins, evolutionary wooden-spoon wielder, surfer on the edge, wannabe holon in the forthcoming collective buddha
What do you do, mostly?
Work for the EU Commission as a web editor, change agent and facilitator of large-scale engagement processes
What matters most in the world?
Humanity learning right relationship with itself and the planet.
If you were Prime Minister what would you do?
Convene conversations with every imaginable constitutency, spend my time learning, seek to identify and counteract my egoic shadows and blind spots, look around for great ideas on what's working, engage the nation in an inquiry about what future we most aspire to.
What does Soft Power say to you?
Soft power says listen to others, greet resistance as valuable feedback, come from a space of alignment with the good of the whole whenever possible, speak one's truth and speak when the kosmos speaks through you, not otherwise.
Do you have children?
What would you like from this site?
Evidence that Downing Street is listening deeply and committed to learning authentically and living as its aspirations, not just talking about them.
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I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and demand it necessary to write you immediately. I have something very vital to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on(firstname.lastname@example.org) for the full details.
Welcome to the Downing Street Project network. I think we have been in touch via various integral message boards over the years. Nice to see you here.
Just to clarify, this site is not connected to Downing Street. We aim to shift the culture to the extent that women can easily be in Downing Street but we are not officially connected. Indra and I have been in to chat to them about our project though so you never know!
You are welcome to the site and we look forward to your contributions. I've heard great things about Women moving the edge.