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Web FWDIn just one month, I’ll begin mentoring the brilliant entrepreneurs in Mozilla’s start-up incubator, WebFWD. WebFWD supports projects and companies that align with the Web principals outlined in Mozilla’s Manifesto. We’re in the early stages of shaping my role, so stay tuned for more details. Learn more about the WebFWD Mentors here: https://webfwd.org/about/mentors/.

Web FWD is new and exciting, but going to their San Francisco office feels like coming home. They are in the former Hills Brothers coffee plant complex where I worked during my tenure at Nestlé. I feel like I should be swiping a Nestlé security badge every time I walk through the courtyard, and I could swear I still smell coffee roasting over in the Commodities group.

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