Marjorie Kelly often writes blog posts for various online publications. Here you will find a selected listing of her blogs and excerpts of her writing that have been published elsewhere. See below for a listing of selected reviews and press mentions of Marjorie Kelly and her most recent book, Owning Our Future.

Blogs and Excerpts

  1. Learning to See the Invisible: The Unsung Ownership Revolution, July 31, 2012 In the first in this blog series, Kelly shares her stories and lessons learned about emerging ownership models. This is the first post in the series.
  2. Finding Resilience in Crisis: The Benefits of Locally Rooted Banks, August 28, 2012 Community-based banks weathered the financial storm well – but new international regulations could threaten their existence.
  3. Unintended Consequences: New Regulations Threaten Community Banks, September 11, 2012 In the wake of the financial crisis, regulators have enacted rules to rein in the big banks that are threatening to crush the more responsible smaller banks who contributed little to the crisis in the first place.
  4. The Pursuit of Employee Happiness: That’s the Purpose of U.K.’s Largest Department Store Chain, September 26, 2012 Employee ownership isn’t just for small companies – neither is prioritizing employee welfare.

Reviews and Press Mentions

Upcoming events

Money Talk - Financial Literacy Conference

October 15, 2016, Roxbury Crossing, MA

Marjorie Kelly joins John Barros (Director of Economic Development for Boston), Melvin Miller (Publisher Bay State Banner), and other experts to discuss building community wealth. Specifically, the panel will focus on concrete strategies for Black families to build wealth in Massachusetts.

Vermont Employee Ownership 2017 Conference

June 2, 2017, Burlington, VT

Marjorie Kelly will keynote the annual conference held by the Vermont Employee Ownership Center. Check back soon for more details.

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"A friend handed me a copy of Marjorie Kelly’s new book Owning Our Future and said he thought it was so good that he had bought a case of them to share with colleagues and friends. By the time I was 50 pages into the book, I had a similar impulse to buy a case. This is one of those books that you read and from there forward, you see the world in a different way."

Beth Tener
Principal,  New Direction Collaborative, Jan. 7, 2013