Author's Spotlight: Tex Dworkin
Tex Dworkin is Director of Social Media for Global Exchange, an international human rights organization. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Social Thought and Political Economy from UMass in Amherst, and over 15 years of buying, marketing, and business development experience. Tex has traveled to many parts of the world on direct buying trips, delegations, and educational speaking tours, meeting with artisans and students, vendors and producers. Tex is passionate about helping and encouraging those involved in socially responsible business to achieve success. Her work in Fair Trade, e-commerce, and cause-based marketing continues to inspire her to work on expanding the socially responsible business movement. In addition to her work with Global Exchange, Tex is a business consultant and blogger on DoGoodBiz.com, a blog for fans of socially responsible business.
Posts by Tex Dworkin:
- 2nd Annual Holiday Online Auction for Good Closes in 2 Days!
- A is for Activist Children’s Book: From Self-Published to Award Winning Publication
- VIDEO: After SF Green Festival, Kevin Danaher Talks Triple Bottom Line
- Feeling Lucky? Top 5 Reasons You Should Enter Prize Drawing
- Join Thousands for #GivingTuesday this Holiday
- 5 Reasons You Won’t Want to Miss Aisha Fukushima Concert in San Francisco
- We Ate and Drank, Now Let the Celebration Continue
- 10 Reasons Why Americans Opposed, and Averted, a US War on Syria
- Thinking Beyond the Clown
- Anti-Drone Protestors Refuse Fines, Offer to Go to Prison; Judge Relents
- Blog Action Day is Oct. 16th and the Theme is…
- Exclusive Human Rights Speeches by Noam Chomsky, Julian Assange & More
- Why Edward Snowden Is a Hero
- 2013 Human Rights Awards in Pictures: Wikileaks and Crystal Lameman and Noam Chomsky, Oh My!
- Guess Who’s Performing at the Human Rights Awards Gala
- What About Peace Contest Announces the Winners
- Your Top Five Human Rights Awards Questions Answered
- And the People’s Choice Award Winner is…
- Top Ten Reasons to Volunteer With Green Festivals in 2013
- Noam Chomsky Tells It Like It Is