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What I use Linkedin for:
To connect innovators, thought leaders across public and private sector as well as academia as part of a value based network to share insights, creative ideas and advancements of interest that benefit not just the US but also the world.
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Who am I:
I am an innovator and ecosystem builder with a passion for tackling wicked problems alongside other positive change agents who share similiar values and ethics with a goal to make the world a better place daily.
What I do:
I am focused on creating value based networks that connect positive change agents with bright ideas in meaningful ways that will help to accelerate technologies, ideas, and collaboration around the toughest challenges confronting society today both inside the U.S and globally.
Why you should follow me on Linkedin:
If you are excited about being a force for good and see the potential for technology and people to come together to drive postive change then you’re in the right place! My ultimate goal is to advocate for a layered tech approach that is designed to guide world leaders towards consensus and displomatic solutions instead of conflict. I don’t think it will happen in my lifetime but together we can get it off to a good start!
Who I follow on Linkedin:
The people I follow on LinkedIn are usually people who have said, done or written something that helped me to think differently, see the world from a fresh perspective or who amplified an area that I was interested in learning more about. They are all leaders and/or influencers in their own way and even if I don’t completely agree with them on certain topics, they are teaching me important lessons through what they are sharing and excited about!
JJ’s Favorite Post
I think the majority of my favorite and most successful posts have been those that are intended to give people a break and make them smile or highlight a positive news story. Far too often we get lost in the negative news cycle and lose sight of the fact that there is a lot of good happening out there as well. The latest favorite post was an article on the kindness of a stranger with the intent to highlight that we all have the opportunity to be that stranger and show kindness to someone else.