I work to build a more inclusive and diverse Mozilla for all of us to share.
I'm into infrastructure, open source, community, mentoring, parenting, and gluten free cookies. While I got more closely involved in Mozilla this year (as staff), I first used Netscape projects in 1996, and Firefox from the very beginning. I've been part of open source communities for many years, starting with Open Solaris and then BIND and ISC DHCP as well as the Mozilla Project.
I am in the Mountain View space Mondays, San Francisco some Wednesdays or Thursdays, and otherwise in Santa Cruz. I do not usually work from the beach, but you never know. I can often be found walking there at lunch or in the evening.
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Tiwezzacommunity building, community facilitation, fighting the power, project management, public speaking, sticking it to the man
Jennie Rose Halperin
Larissa is a guide, a mentor, and a Mozilla inspiration. She is full of life and a true leader on the community building team. From pathways to her work as an ally across functional areas, she continues to bring fresh perspective and expertise to complicated problems.
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