Saturday, December 6, 2014



Jessica Conrad is a community manager and content strategist living in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Prior to joining RE-AMP, a network of nonprofits and foundations working on climate change and energy policy, she had been working to communicate the essence of the sharing economy and the commons from the beginnings of her career: At Sol Editions, an editorial services company focused on the natural world, innovation and design, Jessica worked as a researcher and writer for Lisa Gansky’s The Mesh: Why The Future of Business is Sharing (Penguin 2010), a Wall Street Journal bestselling business book. Jessica later served as a writer and managing editor for Sharing Revolution: The Essential Economics of the Commons, an e-book published by the nonprofit On the Commons. She now moonlights for media outlets such as Shareable, where she continues to cover sharing as a growing economic and social trend, and welcomes project inquiries.