#MEAction welcomes our new community organizer

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Adriane Tillman is a writer, journalist, traveler, thinker, lover of art, dance and books.

Adriane graduated with degrees in literature and Russian language. She worked as a newspaper journalist for five years, and now consults in marketing and copywriting.
She has lived in many places across the US and beyond. She grew up in Cincinnati, New Jersey, England and Switzerland. She lived her first year alone as a grown-up in St. Petersburg, Russia before moving to Wisconsin for college.   She resides in Oakland, California.
I’m really excited to start working with #MEAction.  I plan to use my journalistic nose to help connect people in the ME world so that we can come together as a community to improve our lives now and in the future.

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6 thoughts on “#MEAction welcomes our new community organizer”

  1. Bon Marie Munier

    Welcome & thank you for hopping on board #MEAction. I’m your California part time bay area neighbor & look forward to meeting you someday~perhaps May 25th in SF?!

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