In this episode of Multiverse Dispatch, we sit down with Tina Survilla Lindell, a community building expert and dynamic force in the Web3 community. Tina’s journey is as unique as it is inspiring. From her early career as a sociolinguist, using comics to teach English to refugees, to her role as a healthcare communicator, Tina has always found innovative ways to connect with diverse audiences. Today, she is at the forefront of the digital arts movement, working alongside Randi Zuckerberg at HUG to create more inclusive spaces for digital artists through NFTs and blockchain technologies.
As a Filipino-American, Tina’s work is deeply rooted in her upbringing. She shares a heartwarming story about how her mother used parties to connect with local Filipino communities, a narrative that has shaped Tina’s professional identity as a “party person” in the tech space. We delve into her role in launching and nurturing various Web3 communities, including Ladybirds, FOMO Party, and HUG, each with its unique mission and approach to fostering connection and inclusivity.
With Philippine Blockchain Week on the horizon, and the country poised to position itself as the Blockchain Capital of Asia, we explore Tina’s perspective on investing in the creative sector. Why is it vital to support animators, game developers, visual artists, and performers in the blockchain era? And what role can the Philippines play in championing Web3 on the global stage? Join us for this enlightening conversation with Tina Survilla Lindell, as we explore the intersections of art, community, technology, and identity in the vibrant world of Web3.