Can worker cooperatives compete with big business? Without a doubt! Founded in 1956, Mondragon is now a multi-million dollar federation of worker coops employing more than 80,000 people globally. You’re invited to a unique opportunity to learn from their success!
Tickets to this special event are not required, but RSVPs are appreciated.
Michael Peck, the North American Delegate for MONDRAGON Corporation, will be speaking about:
- how Mondragon got its start
- how it achieved spectacular growth
- the emerging 1Worker1Vote movement in the US
Monday, December 10th, 6:30-8:00pm
Shaw Neighborhood Library in the “WTD” Meeting Room
1630 7th St NW, Washington, DC 20001
As we move towards creating employee-owned businesses in our own communities, there is much to be learned from the Mondragon experience.
Michael Alden Peck is a co-founder/executive director of the 1worker1vote movement, a NY-registered 501c3 dedicated to supporting hybrid worker ownership enterprises, inspired by the Mondragon cooperative ecosystem. Michael has served as Mondragon’s first and only USA delegate since 1999. He is also an executive committee board member of the American Sustainable Business Council, a Blue Green Alliance corporate advisory board member, and founder of the MAPA Group—a mission-driven, business development consultancy.