Heather McConnell has published one novel, An Invisible Woman in Afghanistan, is working on a second in her Invisible Woman series (An Invisible Woman in Tamil Nadu), has published a short non-fiction “thought-piece,” The Value Economy: Thriving Together at the End of the World of Work, and recently started a website, CountingtheKilowatts.com, which grew out of her Worldat100.org blog and focuses on measuring the current astronomical growth of renewable energy on our planet. She lives in the old farmhouse she grew up in in her upstate New York hometown. She loves natural landscape particularly in her hometown and is committed to preserving as much of it as possible. She believes strongly in creating a new way of living in harmony with this landscape – making a home that is sustainable, comfortable and beautiful, buying locally made, quality foods and goods, and building and supporting both global and local community.
Countries and OrganizationsAfghanistan Aid Still Required Albania Anti-Slavery International Apple AROH AROH-Uganda AROHUSA Bangladesh Bhutan Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation bPeace charity:water Chile China Code for America Coursera DRC Ecuador EDU - Youtube edX Etsy.com Fitocracy Ghana Honduras IFRC India International Red Cross I PAID A BRIBE Ivory Coast Kenya Khan Academy Kiva Komai Liberia LIFESAVER Systems Los Angeles Maker Faire Malawi Mauritania microplace MIT Neighborland Nicaragua Pakistan Paperman Paraguay Peru Philippines Random Hacks of Kindness Rongead Rotary International Rwanda Sierra Leone Solar Cookers International Somalia SOS Slaves Southwest Spirit of America Sudan TaKaDu The Hunger Project Transparency International Trees for Life Udacity Uganda Unicef United States Ushahidi Water Canary WHO World Health Organization Zambia