Peggy Holman is a co-founder of Journalism That Matters, a nonprofit that grows capacity for communities and journalists to engage so that communities and democracy to thrive. She has contributed to a growing movement for “engaged journalism” that puts community at the heart of the work.
As a practitioner and writer, Holman supports diverse groups to face complex issues turning presentation into conversation and passivity into participation. In The Change Handbook, Peggy & her co-authors profile 61 practices that engage people in creating their desired future. Her award-winning Engaging Emergence: Turning Upheaval into Opportunity provides a roadmap for tackling complex challenges through stories, principles, and practices.
Read her work on Medium or follow her on Twitter: @peggyholman.