Michael Silberman is a senior campaigns strategist with more than a decade of experience guiding social change organisations to achieve greater impact through the creative use of participatory strategies and technologies. Silberman is recognised as one of the U.S.’s 50 most influential leaders by The NonProfit Times and one of LinkedIn’s “Top Professionals 35 and Under” transforming the social impact sector. He got his start on Governor Howard Dean’s 2004 presidential campaign where he mobilised 200,000 grassroots volunteers through “Meetups” and built one of the first successful digital organising programs in American politics. Prior to launching the MobLab, Siberman was a partner and co-founder at Echo & Co, an award-winning digital strategy firm.

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What advocacy organisations need to win today
Four ways nonprofits are learning from March for Our Lives, Keep Families Together and a new wave of people-powered action
First steps to overcoming gaps in next generation advocacy training and digital campaigns support
Announcing a MobLab for your movement
5 ways campaigning organisations are getting real about people power
Product teams: The next wave of digital for NGOs?
What “new power” means for campaigners
The mobilisation reader: 12 must reads
Three trending innovations in mobilisation, from Greenpeace and its allies
Campaigners in China: social media plays critical role in social action (VIDEO)
Innovations in Mobilisation presentations, conversations taking place across global Greenpeace
The power and responsibility of social influence data
Your location could save the world
Innovating Campaign Actions: Bridging online and offline mobilisation (VIDEO)
A mobilisation strategy for Greenpeace? Meeting recap (video)
Digital as a mobilising mindset, not a toolset, for Greenpeace Chile
What does the “Year of the Protester”, #occupy, and Arab Spring mean for mobilisation at Greenpeace?
GPUK: “The rainbow warrior is your ship.” Innovative ways of saying thanks.
Global flashmobs to detox sportswear
Volunteers powering Greenpeace wins: video recap
Here we go! (So, what exactly is the Lab doing?)