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Anchor Team

Web of Change is largely run by volunteer team of Anchors. They take collaboration to the next level using a distributed leadership model. 

2012 Anchor Team

Michael Silberman, Chair

Aggregating + Connecting the Community

Since our first event in 2001, Web of Change has been growing, maturing, and getting more exciting every year. Each time we produce a successful convening we get more and more clarity on where the whole thing should evolve to next. After 2 sold out events in '07 and '08, we've decided to make some moves to extend our model and expand our impact in the world. Welcome to that.

WOC Hollyhock Returns Sept 23rd

After a one year absence, our signature event will return to Hollyhock this coming September. Planning is already underway, and our leadership team is about to be finalized.

Joel Solomon

Justin Perkins“Web of Change was a phenomenal opportunity for me to enter the world of social media. I was able to make relationships with leading players in the field, access open handed teachers, and gain invaluable insight about how the internet can apply to my work in business and finance for social change. I have met some of my favorite people in the world.”

— Joel Solomon, Renewal

Justin Perkins

Justin Perkins“Web of Change is the most productive nonprofit conference I’ve attended.”

— Justin Perkins, Care2
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Platinum Sponsors

Change.com Salesforce Foundation Hollyhock

Gold Sponsors

Salsa Labs

Silver Sponsors

Care2 Wire Media Blue State Digital Agentic Firefly Partners Beaconfire

Bronze Sponsors

Advomatic Crowdtangle JacksonRiver Engaging Networks Sea Change Strategies ActionSprout Fission Strategy Organizer

supporting sponsors

Gott Advertising Center for Community Change