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Dorinda Moreno

United StatesSanta Maria, California, United States

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March 6, 2009

Dorinda Moreno

About Me: 

I am a great grandmother, principle of FM Global/Hitec Aztec Communications & Creative Collaborations, Elders of Four Colors and Four Directions, Mescalero Apache/Chicana, Writer, Poet, Networker, Archivist, from California and New Mexico. My purpose is to bridge people and projects from many countries and serve as a mentor to many individuals and organizations, especially via cyberspace, green projects, survival, human rights, and peace. Alma Mater: SFSU, Stanford, DQU/LUPE Library, and like Frieda Kahlo inspired, I like putting a little pink here and a little green there, and watch what happens!

My Passions: 
Communications, Talent Search, Bringing People Together.
My Challenges: 
To master the technology of the computer, I call ourselves Hitec Aztec and then admit to being a lowtek Toltek!
My Vision for the Future: 
Clean Air, Water, Gardens of every flower, plants... and lots of fruit, and All Our Relations. We have developed a "School the Youth On Truth" Time Capsule, l968-2008-2048, honoring our 40th Years as a Friendship Circle of Peace Advocates.
My Areas of Expertise: 
The Whose Who of Peace Advocates, Yesterday and Today, and offering stepping stones for future leaders of the generations to come.
My Languages: 
English, Spanish

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