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Neal Gorenflo, Project Director of CommonSource and Publisher of Shareable Magazine Neal Gorenflo is the co-founder and publisher of Shareable Magazine, a nonprofit online magazine about sharing. As a former market researcher, stock analyst, and Fortune 500 strategist, Neal is perhaps an unlikely voice for sharing. A revelation in 2004 inspired Neal to leave the corporate world to help people share through Internet startups, grassroots organizing, and a circle of friends committed to the common good. During this career shift, Neal worked on several sharing Internet startups including peer-to-peer asset sharing platform Moogul.com, a DVD exchange lead by Sunil Paul, a spinout of Cisco’s corporate asset sharing platform, and white label asset sharing platform Divvy.com. Neal also worked for green social network Care2.com and FAS.research. At FAS, he lead social network analysis projects to help restructure a leading foundation and develop a sustainability strategy for the agriculture industry. To build community in the space, he co-organized The Abundance League monthly salons about alternative economy in San Francisco for five years. Through his exploration of sharing, Neal met those who would co-found Shareable Magazine with him. In addition to his work at Shareable, Neal serves on the board of nonprofits Independent Arts & Media and ForestEthics, and is a Strategy Fellow at FAS.research and a member of Stanford’s Persuasive Technology Lab. Neal earned a masters at

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