Mondragon-Inspired Global Societal Transformation in the U.S. – Cincinnati and New York City

This roundtable will explore innovative models of societal transformation inspired by Mondragon. Panelists will address societal transformation templates used around the world in collaboration with MIT CO-LAB and 1worker1vote, a “learning by doing” worker cooperative curriculum for community colleges, an approach to transforming public housing into cooperative housing and an innovative financial model to convert existing enterprises into union-co-ops.


Fernando Fernandez de Landa
Director of the Americas, Mondragon's Social Transformation Cooperative Consultancy 

Carmen Huertas Noble
Founding Executive Director, CUNY Law Community Economic Development Clinic
Professory, CUNY Law School 
Co-founder, 1worker1vote

Rachel Price
Consultant, Cincinnati Union Cooperative Initiative and Innosight 

Missy Risser
Staff Attorney, Community Development Project at the Urban Justice Center
Co-founder, 1worker1vote

Margery Spinney
CEO, Renting Partnerships

Ellen Vera
Co-founder, Cincinnati Union Cooperative Initiative
Co-founder, 1worker1vote

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