Ideas on Fire’s 2020 Year in Review: A Year of Change

Dec 12, 2020 | News

This was a hell of a year.

Between a global pandemic, a nerve-wracking run-up to a historic election, an inspiring global uprising against racist police violence, devastating wildfires brought on by climate change, and the 9 zillion other epic events that have made up this year (murder hornets anyone?), 2020 was one for the record books.

Each December, the Ideas on Fire team compiles our year in review, a celebration of what we’ve been up to for the last 12 months. It normally covers workshops we ran, conferences we attended, podcast episodes and blog articles we published, and the like.

But this year was, well, different. Our team members, clients, colleagues, and communities have had their lives upended in ways we’re all still coming to terms with.

But taking the time to celebrate all the little and big wins this year is still really important.

So we want to use this year in review to celebrate YOU—the amazing Ideas on Fire community whose brilliance, grace, compassion, and creativity never cease to inspire us.

Here’s what you’ve been up to this year:

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