Doyle Canning

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Doyle Canning "is a strategist, trainer, and organizer with a deep commitment to innovating social change methods and building movements. After she was hit by a tear-gas canister while protesting the World Trade Organization in Seattle at age 19, she went on to mobilize youth for global justice from Melbourne to Quebec to Miami. She worked as an organizer and media strategist on the successful campaign to pass landmark legislation on genetically engineered seeds in Vermont, and went on to join smartMeme as a core collective member and found the STORY youth leadership program. Doyle is a contributor to Letters from Young Activists (Nation Books), and author of a smattering of articles about social change strategy. Doyle serves smartMeme partners as a facilitator, trainer, and messaging strategy consultant. Doyle also serves on the advisory funding panel of the Haymarket People's Fund, an antiracist social change foundation in Boston. She lives in Jamaica Plain, MA, where she enjoys practicing yoga and singing." [1]

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  1. People, SmartMeme, accessed October 21, 2009.
  2. Center for Story-based Strategy People, organizational web page, accessed June 19, 2013.