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Satellite Telework Centers provides workspace on demand for telecommuters, home-based business owners, consultants and start-ups. The company has locations in Felton and Scotts Valley, will open in Truckee in Summer 2011 and has plans to expand throughout California.

TrailGlow Lighting is the provider of INERGY number panels, pit signs, clothing and custom illuminated decals that greatly increase visibility and safety during night racing. The company has its headquarters in Barstow, California.


Felton FLOW (Friends of Locally Owned Water) is a volunteer community group in Felton, California that acquired its water system from the multinational corporation RWE/American Water. FLOW members consult with other community groups interested in acquiring their water systems from private water utilities.

Past clients
Aptos FLOW was a citizens group that succeeded in acquiring its water system from a privately-owned water utility. The organization is operating now as Trout Gulch Municipal Water.

Affordable Housing Allies is a grassroots group of concerned citizens from the San Lorenzo Valley that organized in support of South County Housing’s proposal to build an affordable housing neighborhood in Felton.

BayTSP provides online monitoring and enforcement services to movies studios, software companies and the publishing industry. BayTSP protects client assets from illegal file sharing and copyright infringement.

Monterey FLOW Coalition was an umbrella group that included Monterey Friends of Locally Owned Water (FLOW), a coalition of Monterey Peninsula professional and business leaders, and Citizens for Public Water, a grassroots organization of Monterey Peninsula residents who’ve come together to ensure that water remains affordable for all county residents.

Sprenger for Assembly

Barbara Sprenger is running for California State Assembly District 27. Barbara has built and managed a successful family-owned real estate investment and development business. The company has built homes that incorporate state-of-the-art "green building" and energy-efficient technologies. She's currently working on two affordable housing projects.

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Ishikawa Racing campaigned a Formula Atlantic race car in the Toyota Atlantic Championship Presented by Yokohama series. The team is running grand prix (street) courses in Long Beach, Monterrey, Mexico, Portland, San Jose, Denver and Cleveland during the 2005 race season.

ModeEleven marketed a broadcast screensaver that allows companies to communicate and interact with their online audiences via an interactive screensaver capable of displaying regularly updated content, including video. 

PictureTrail is a wireless application developer and photo sharing portal where members can display, print and host images. The portal has more than one million registered accounts and receives more than three million unique visitors monthly.

Maxgames was an annual videogame tournament hosted by The Tech Museum of Innovation in San Jose, Calif. where top players in several games duked it out for the championship using the museum's Giant IMAX Dome Screen.

Felton Library Friends is a community group formed to protest (successfully) the proposed closure of the Felton Branch Library. I launched the original website and collected media coverage, then handed over the reigns once the group selected a member to manage website updates.

VoterDrive is a non-partisan voter registration project. We are driven - and driving - to increase Americans' participation in civic life. On June 15, 2004, our radically modified school bus will depart from New York carrying the VoterDrive team, thousands of voter registration forms, and information on how voting makes communities stronger.

Journey to Iraq

Archaeologists for Global Awareness is a fledgling non-governmental organization co-founded by Karen Oeh to investigate damaged archaeological sites in the Middle East and work with members of local communities to preserve Iraq's cultural heritage.

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