Anne Pellicciotto (Mexico 2010-12) Kickstarter Project To Write Her Book

Anne has hit her Kickstarter goal of $15,000. She wrote me, “Lot’s of generous people – friends and strangers – are interested in my Peace Corps Mexico story.  NOW it’s time to shift attention back to the writing and get this book done!


However, you can get on-board with this project by reserving an advance-copy of the book and getting an invite to the book launch party this coming year.  Your help will allow me to complete, professionally edit, layout the art and photos, and produce a quality finished product to add to the Peace Corps collection.

Here’s the link to checkout our progress and the rewards:

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Anne’s bio:

As founder and president of SeeChange, Anne Pellicciotto has 15 years’ experience with systems-level change in diverse environments – from IT transformation to reorganization, new program launch to board alignment. In 2010, Anne took the plunge into the waters of her own change and joined the Peace Corps. As a sustainability specialist for SEMARNAT (the Mexican EPA), Anne had a chance to put her business and organization development tools (and her Spanish) to the test in under-served rural and indigenous communities. She was also invited an professor of The Human Element at Universidad Polytecnica’s (UPSLP) School of Industrial Engineering, a yoga teacher, and an English instructor in her ‘casa adoptada’ of Rioverde, Mexico. Anne has a BS Business/Decision Information Sciences (University of Maryland) and an MS, Organization Development (American University/NTL Institute). She is a frequent conference speaker and workshop facilitator on themes of organizational and personal transformation. Anne is an award-winning photographer and an aspiring author.

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