Neal Gorenflo is the co-founder, chief editor, and executive director of Shareable, an award-winning nonprofit news outlet that has covered the latest innovations in resource sharing, the future of work, and cities for nearly a decade.
He’s a prolific speaker, author, and consultant on Shareable’s coverage areas. He’s the editor of multiple books including most recently, “Sharing Cities: Activating the Urban Commons.” As a leading sharing movement pioneer, he advises leaders around the world on how to meet their goals through sharing. This has included work with Seoul Metropolitan Government, the city of San Francisco, the Sharing Economy Association of Japan, and numerous enterprises. Not surprisingly, Neal is an avid sharer whose year of sharing life experiment was covered by FastCompany, Sunset, and 7×7 magazines.
As a social entrepreneur, Neal’s strategy for change is simple: let’s share!