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Getting people excited about Native American cultures!

A few weeks ago I met Danielle Gaines and we chatted about Social Media and how she decided to take the summer off. Now if anyone takes the summer off I presume they head to the beach and relax. Danielle used the time to continue her work for an organization Reconnecting The Circle ("RTC").

Reconnecting The Circle ("RTC") encourages people to learn about Native American people and cultures, and seeks to develop a more meaningful and complete perspective on Indian Country. (e.g., the collective reference for American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian communities.)

I applaud her for the good work and now she is actively looking for a Business Analyst position and she has loads of experience as a User interface wiz.

I am thrilled that she has her own blog now http://reconnectingthecircle.blogspot.com/ . Good luck Danielle ! ( seen on the left in the picture below)

Summer Bash with Gary V and Robert Scoble

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