Category Archive for: ‘2017 Speakers’

  • Sue Bennett and Simon Mont

     Sue’s insures the organization’s office space and internal operations contribute to the wellbeing of staff, and the effectiveness of Sustainable Economies Law Center’s programs . Sue has spent 25 years working in the nonprofit sector in a variety of program and administrative roles and feels …

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  • John Valenzuela

    John Valenzuela is a gardener, consultant and educator specializing in fruit tree care and productive perennial polycultures, by way of Cornucopia Food Forest Gardens. He is active with the California Rare Fruit Growers, volunteering as Orchard and Fruit Tree Nursery Manager at the Indian Valley …

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  • Dr. Kevin Danaher

    Dr. Kevin Danaher is a Co-Founder of Global Exchange, FairTradeUSA, the Green Festivals, the Environmental Service Learning Initiative, and the Green Guardians. He has played a major role in Global Exchange’s 28-year record of merging social enterprise with human rights activism. His 1983 PhD in …

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  • Michael Sean Brown

    Michael Sean Brown is Co-Founder of Delphi Southern Nevada and Delphi Village’s Chief Executive Officer. Sean is the visionary and social architect behind Delphi Village. He has thirty-years experience in aviation, real estate, and start-up ventures. He was the Chief Operations Officer for an aviation …

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  • Leah Grant

    Leah Grant is Co-Founder of Delphi Southern Nevada and Delphi Village’s Chief Marketing Officer. She owned a marketing consulting firm in San Francisco and an event production company in Los Angeles. She owns and runs an international consulting, coaching and training firm that focuses on …

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  • Margie Bushman & Wes Roe

    Margie Bushman & Wes Roe are co-founders of the Santa Barbara Permaculture Network, an educational non-profit founded in 2000 that has sponsored hundreds of workshops and events about permaculture and sustainability to Santa Barbara region. Margie was also the Program Coordinator for the Santa Barbara …

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  • Chloe Buzzotta

    Chloe has a background in environmental activism. Her passions include permaculture and intentional community living. Every day she aims to embody those passions; through her work with Austin Permaculture Guild and other like minded organizations including the Global Ecovillage Network and her personal organization, DIrect …

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  • Jessica Bates

    Jessica Bates Is a transplant from Washington D.C. who has been establishing her roots here in the Bay Area for the last 15 years. Jessica has been gardening for over 20 years, run multiple gardening education programs, co-founded the Berkeley Ashby community garden, worked with multiple Bay Area …

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  • Delia Carroll

    Delia Carroll is a lifelong resident of the bay area. She is a founding member of the 13 Moon CoLab, http://www.13mooncollaborative.com/, a teaching collective dedicated to bringing forth a balanced and integrated approach to the art and practice of permaculture. Delia created and curates the …

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  • JeffC

    Jeff Clearwater

    Jeff has been a leader in whole systems regenerative design for over 40 years with a special passion for intentional community, ecovillage design and applied new paradigm economics. Jeff has played a major role in the sustainable and regenerative communities movement – having co-founded the …

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  • Keala

    A. Keala Young

    Keala is a whole system designer​,​ regenerative practitioner ​and permaculture teacher ​with a background in the healing arts. His rich study of permaculture and ecovillage design includes certificate programs from Findhorn Foundation to Esalen Institute and is complimented by experiential learning in co-production of multiple …

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  • Susan Juniper Park

    Susan Juniper Park is an activist working at the cross-section of ecological, economic and social justice. She is also involved in urban farming, healing work, education and permaculture. She was a co-founding member of the Economic Development Without Displacement Coalition (Oakland-based anti-gentrification project), ran a …

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  • Katie Stone

    Katie Stone has been a passionate cannabis and drug policy reform activist since her youth, and is currently a board member of Students for Sensible Drug Policy. She is a PhD candidate at the California Institute of Integral Studies, and the Publisher of Sensi Magazine, San Francisco. …

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  • EvOak Owl

    I’ve been involved in the healing arts and my own path of awakening for over 10 years. Honing my gifts as a highly attuned empath, counselor, energy healer, conscious communicator, ritual facilitator and tantric priestess. I facilitate self care rituals and medicine journeys as well …

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  • Keith Tucker

    Keith Tucker – Founder of Hip Hop is Green Health Activist, Film Maker, Radio Host, Journalist and Speaker Keith Tucker has been a committed community activist and businessman for over 20 years. He has worked hundreds of businesses, youth groups and community organizations throughout the years. …

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  • Max Meyers

    Max Meyers is an experienced Ecological Designer, Permaculture Teacher, Consultant, Registered Aquaculturist, Aquaponic System Designer/Installer, Rainwater and Greywater System specialist, Farmer, and the Executive Director of the Mendocino Ecological Learning Center a nonprofit educational organization and ecological reserve offering green job training and sustainable living …

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  • Syntha Lorenz

    Syntha Lorenz is a wild feminine spirit who blends Jungian psychology, Feminism and Shamanism in her work with people. She is passionate about life. She grew up in the Appalachian Mountains with her farmer dad. That part of her always been wild about dance, nature and animals.  She …

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  • Cassandra Ferrera

    Cassandra is a community builder and catalyst for cooperative stewardship.  She lives in a rural intentional community in Sonoma County where she educates and consults groups on community projects.  She is a cooperative real estate agent with Green Key Real Estate and is a deep …

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  • Abeja Hummel

    Abeja has lived in intentional community for over 17 years.  Her last 10 years have been spent at a small permaculture community called Emerald Earth Sanctuary in Boonville, Ca with her husband and son, various other communitarians, goats, chickens, and gardens.         …

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  • Marissa Ashkar

    Marissa Ashkar is from The People of Color Sustainable Housing Network (POCSHN) is a resource network for people of color interested in building intentional, healthy, and affordable housing communities in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. Since starting in February 2015, it has grown …

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