I’ve been quiet on Small Advice for the last six weeks because I took time off of work for the month of November. This break came as I’m launching a new chapter in my professional life: I’ve joined a larger social justice-oriented communications firm! 

Fission has a proven track record helping leading nonprofits, foundations and social enterprises to use innovation more effectively to create social change around the world. They have an outstanding and varied client list as well as a talented and hardworking team. I’m joining them as a project manager–I’m excited to get to facilitate the work of so many smart people working for clients that I respect and want to help succeed.

If I built your WordPress site, I’ll continue to support it (and there are some exciting new changes coming to the WordPress world). But I’m not accepting new clients right now — unless you want to get to make use of the brilliant team at Fission! If you do, please let me know.

I’ll continue to share my thinking about social justice communications via this Small Advice blog, and you can also find my writing about peace and social justice at Nov30.org.

My latest post on Nov30.org is about what I was off doing in November: working on my restorative justice project around my brother’s murder 30 years ago. I’m redefining my relationship to the people convicted of his murder (former members of the Red Army Faction). I spent most of November in Berlin for my project, and wrote this blog post about my experience being there in the aftermath of the attacks in Beirut and Paris.

Stay in touch!