All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Leadership & Organizational Development’

  • IVAN.PNM .PROFILE

    Ivan Sawyer

    Event producer, Environmental and social entrepreneur. Ivan is also facilitator of Art of Hosting and collective intelligence work; Dragon Dreaming (collaborative project design) and Nonviolent Communication. He is certified as Sustainable Human Settlements Designer by Gaia Education. Among other things Ivan has been participating in …

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  • Jacki Saorsail

    Jaclyn Saorsail

    Jacki Saorsail is the Membership Coordinator and Building Manager at The Integral Center, a 14,000 square foot transformational community center in Boulder, Colorado. She has been through Aletheia, Authentic Relating Comprehensive, and Authentic Leadership and Facilitation Training at The Integral Center and is working on …

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    Jamaica Stevens – ReInhabiting the Village

    Jamaica Stevens is the Author and Project Manager for “ReInhabiting the Village: CoCreating our Future” in partnership with Keyframe Entertainment. As an Organizational Design Consultant, Jamaica works with Whole Systems principles empowering people, projects and organizations to THRIVE! She is also an experienced event producer, …

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  • Jasmine

    Jasmine Vassar

    Jasmine Vassar, California native, is wellness educator, and facilitator driven by her mission for spiritual activism and deep social transformation. Her love for food and community, brought her to food justice work in Bayview Hunter’s point. There, she worked alongside residents to address the lack …

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    Jason Bayless

    Jason Bayless, US Community Development Specialist for Pachamama Alliance Jason handles a broad range of functions, ranging from communicating with our volunteers to supporting the community development. He is a diverse activist with a wide range of experience. Jason worked at PETA in a number …

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    Jesse Sachs

    Jesse’s objective is to build and contribute to the development of innovative projects in the arts. To combine his skills of leadership, project management and creative direction with his experience and education in music and the music industry. Use his natural and acquired faculties to …

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    Jingtian Yu

    JT grew up in China and has spent as many years in the US as in China. He has been living in a few different intentional communities for the past 10 years. He is a musician, permaculture enthusiast, a scientist, and an engineer. His life …

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  • Josefina

    Josefina Dueñas

    Josefina was born and raised in Puebla, Mexico during the 60’s. She became deaf during her first year of age, and maybe because of that she became an eager learner, a hard worker, and a worst fighter against injustice. Josefina was raised to be both …

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  • Jul Bystrova

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    Jul has been an activist, healing practitioner, teacher and community organizer. She has been active in the Transition movement, especially in regards to “Inner Resilience”. She is currently working on her latest book about the “wild mind” and a nonprofit organization called Era of Care. …

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    Kat Steele

    Kat Steele is a permaculture activist, designer, educator and founder of the Urban Permaculture Guild in Oakland, CA. She facilitates workshops on ecological design, sustainability, facilitation, permaculture and holistic healing. Kat speaks publicly about eco-social design, city repair, social permaculture and the power of placemaking. …

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  • Katia Sol

    Katia Sol

    Katia Sol, Ph.D. is passionate about helping individuals cultivate the personal shifts that in turn enable them to transform their lives, their communities, and the world. Katia has spent the last 20 years facilitating educational, international development, and leadership programs in more than 30 countries …

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    Learning from Our Indigenous Friends, Teachers & Allies

    Let us reconnect with Mother Earth and one another through Love and honour. We can relate to ecosystems as designers (we can create change in a place); we can also relate to Mother Earth with humility (we can be changed by a place through our …

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    Love, Leadership and the Sacred

    In these turbulent times – with many of our hearts stretched and breaking – what is the most potent inner source for our leadership toward that more beautiful world our hearts know is possible? How do we find, cultivate and lead from that source, while …

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  • Marley

    Marley Benshalom

    Marley Benshalom is originally from Israel and was brought to the U.S. at a very young age. Her early years were spent in an environment filled with emotional abuse and drug addiction that ultimately resulted in the loss of her brother and hospitalization of her …

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  • Matthew Stephens Community Organizing For Urban Permaculture

    Matthew Stephens

    Matthew Anthony Stephens was born in Beverly on Chicago’s South Side. While the Windy City has not typically been the first place one would think of with regards to permaculture and urban sustainability, up until now, anyway, Matthew is doing his part to change that. …

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  • Michael Wellman

    Michael Wellman

    Michael is a doctoral student at the California Institute of Integral Studies with an emphasis in radical ecology and ecospirituality. His interests reside at the intersection of permaculture, rewilding, radical activism, and consciousness studies. 2016 Convergence Panel: Feeding the Revolution: Permaculture in a time of …

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  • Mud Hut

    Mud Hut

    Mud Hut has been a worker-owner at Three Stone Hearth, a cooperatively owned Community Supported Kitchen, since 2014, and has worked and volunteered there since 2007. He is working with the Northern California Community Resilience Network, and dreams of transforming the East Bay into a …

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  • Rye Flint Mycofoodforest

    Myco-Food-Forestry

    Come explore some of the mysterious realms of symbiotic fungi and how they live with their plant hosts. Stack some functions! Learn how to integrate mushrooms and fungi into your perennial food forest environment. Your host Rye N. Flint, co-owner of the oldest Truffle Farm …

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  • Networking The Transformational Ecosystem

    Networking the Transformational Ecosystem

    Networking the Transformational Ecosystem consists of a number of social enterprises and non-profits (generally 15) giving 3-minute presentations in front of the participants, and then connecting with the participants directly at tables. The organizations present on who they are, what they do, what their needs …

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    Organize for the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

    In September, 2015, the U.S. joined 192 other UN member nations in adopting the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, composed of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), starting with the goal of ending poverty and hunger. The US government has done nothing to promote and implement …

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