Announcing ‘City Delegation’ Rates for the FT Futures Conference!

Courtney Lang May 5, 2010
Join us for the Fair Trade Futures Conference Sept 10-12

Join us for the Fair Trade Futures Conference Sept 10-12

One of the main goals of the Fair Trade Futures conference is to empower attendees to engage in community efforts to grow awareness of the Fair Trade movement in their hometowns.

To this end, we are excited to rally City Delegations to attend. City Delegations are a way to build community before, after, and during the event, while saving on registration costs. Delegations are also encouraged to utilize the conference as an opportunity to learn new ways to reach out to your fellow community members, as well as to link up with other Fair Trade advocates, activists, and businesses in your town.

A City Delegation:

  • Includes at least five people from the same town or city attending the conference together
  • Qualifies for a discounted registration rate of $300 / person
  • Emails the Conference Organizers to let us know that you have formed a delegation and identifies one point of contact for the delegation
  • Commits to having at least one member attend the ‘Keys to a Successful Fair Trade Towns Campaign’ session during the conference.

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Courtney Lang, National Organizer | Fair Trade Campaigns

Courtney Lang brings over 5 years of community organizing to Fair Trade Towns USA, building both the Local Food and Fair Trade networks in Vermont. As Local Food Coordinator with City Market/Onion River Cooperative, Courtney worked with local producers, institutions and consumers to grow the local food system and organize a strategic model for community engagement through farm tours, workshops, and local food challenges. Like many in the Fair Trade industry, Courtney was inspired to take action in Fair Trade when she witnessed child-labor first hand in Costa Rica. As a founding member of Fair Trade Burlington, she has worked with economic development organizations, businesses, and consumers to build awareness of Fair Trade among Vermonters. She also worked with a Fair Trade USA licensee, Vermont Coffee Company, as Friend Ambassador where she united the story of Fair Trade to every purchase of coffee.