SageNet: Who We Are
REAL SOLUTIONS FOR CONNECTING PEOPLE TO YOUR BUSINESS
Jenny Ambrozek is founder of SageNet LLC, a consulting practice helping businesses succeed by applying collaboration tools to connect with customers, partners and employees. She has special expertise in how to share knowledge and streamline operations and is actively involved in the Advanced Thinkers Summit and the Gennova Group sponsored Emergent Learning Network. Her introduction to online was a pioneering 1985 Australian Videotex project. She is editor of The Edutel Book: A Guide to Videotex in Education (1985) and co-founder of The Sage Letter, a newsletter for parents about wise use of the Web, operating as NetFamilyNews. Recent articles and conference presentations address the business of online community.
Lynne Bundesen is SageNet's consulting editor, Communities Director for www.drweil.com and a consultant to online ventures. Her Isaiah Company managed Community content for the Microsoft Network (MSN) from 1995-2000 and for Prodigy from 1993-95. She wrote a Hearst syndicated newspaper column on religion from 1982-87--the three time winner of the Religion in Media Angel award and, did a weekly column for UPI radio on Religion on the Internet. She is the author of eight books. Her spiritual memoir: So The Woman Went Her Way; Simon and Schuster was a Book of the Month Club selection and her book; One Prayer at a Time; Simon and Schuster has been translated into Portuguese and The Woman’s Guide to the Bible: Crossroads to Japanese and Korean.
Bundesen is a speaker at conventions and conferences, and her work on Religion on the Internet the subject of articles in The New York Times, The Christian Science Monitor and on CNN and the BBC. In 2000 Bundesen was a participant in Matters of Faith: Religion in American Public Life the American Assembly Conference, Trinity College Religion on the International News and a UCSB Delphi Study on the impact of the Internet on Religion. She most recently taught Effective Writing for Publication in the Science and Religion Program at the Boston Theological Institute.
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