Lisa Beth Weber offers Peace Pins to help Japan

My friend Lisa Beth Weber is doing her part to spread love, raise funds and awareness for Japan through her peace pins including this one seen here. A percentage of the proceeds will go to help the people and animals of Japan.

New Hope, Pennsylvania artist, freelance writer, and musician LisaBeth Weber is known for her popular and unique handmade CAUSE PINS.  Her pins have been seen on the lapels of Hillary Clinton, Gloria Steinem, Madeleine Albright, Rosalyn Carter, Mia Farrow, Blair Underwood, and many more.  In 2008, LisaBeth was selected by the office of Congressman Patrick Murphy to create an ornament for the WHITE HOUSE CHRISTMAS TREE, and she was invited to the White House for an artist reception.

Her freelance writing work has included magazine articles, copywriting, and web content.  She was a Theater Manager in her 5th year at the 2010 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL, was a guest blogger from Sundance for, and has worked in Filmmaker Guest Services at the Philadelphia Film Festival since 2002.  Her latest venture is, where she blogs about entrepreneurs and freelancers of all types.  Most recently, LisaBeth has joined the Board of Directors of the Women’s Business Forum of Bucks County.  Her latest CD, THE FIRE TOWER SESSIONS, was produced and engineered by Grammy maker, BIL VORNDICK (Ralph Stanley, Bela Fleck, Alison Krauss).  She and music partner Maggie Marshall have opened for Nanci Griffith, Ralph Stanley, DaveGrisman, Roy Clark, and over 50 others, along with having two songs featured on NPR’s CARTALK.  LisaBeth has completed three walking marathons (26.2!) for the Leukemia/Lymphoma Society, and has spent time doing volunteer writing for the National Search Dog Foundation.  She is also an illustrator and photographer, and has her own font with the INTERNATIONAL TYPEFACE CORPORATION, called ITC “weber hand”, which can be seen at Check out more of Lisa Beth Weber’s pins here at:

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