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Amy Elizabeth Olrick

La autora Amy Olrick es una experta en tecnología que ha pasado su vida profesional trabajando con organizaciones para construir movimientos sociales basados en la ética del amor. Su trabajo y escritos han aparecido en The Guardian y USA Today. Ella vive en Nueva Zelanda con su esposo y sus tres hijos.
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