Last month I received an intriguing email inviting me to an event at Kimberly Wiefling’s house. I’d met Kimberly before through Jonathan Trent, as part of the work I’ve been doing to help out the Omega Global Initiative. I knew she was an international consultant, but it was great to also learn that she was passionate about systems thinking and visualization. Jonathan and I drove up to Kimberly’s house together, where she and Peter Meisen explained their initiative to bring a Buckminster Fuller-inspired Sim Center, based on a similar center in San Diego, to Silicon Valley.
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