We can regenerate the future, together.
Revathi Kollegala is an ethical technologist with a focus on digital and social inclusion believing in the power of collective systems. She is passionate about sustainable living and draws on personal experiences of cross-cultural living to tackle the climate emergency while creating a more joyous and more equitable world.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Gregory is Chief Regeneration Officer of Regen Network, co-author of Regenerative Enterprise and co-creator of the 8-forms of capital framework. Gregory is a Regenerative Agriculture Practitioner and farmer. As co-founder and CEO of Terra Genesis International, he has helped grow an ecosystem of organizations dedicated to regenerative agriculture.
For the past ten years, Will has been working and learning in the local food and local economy space. As a graduate of the Learn to Farm Program at the Farm School, he helped start the University of Massachusetts Permaculture Project and the Slow Money group PVGrows.
Dr. Dorn Cox, PhD, is the Research Director for the Wolfe's Neck Center for Agriculture and the Environment, and Founder of FarmOS and the Farm Hack community. Dr. Cox was recognized in 2018 by the National Association of Conservation Districts with the inaugural Hugh Hammond Bennet award for excellence in conservation. Active in the U.S. Soil Health movement, he speaks regularly nationally and internationally about participatory science, open agricultural knowledge exchange, soil health, and regenerative agriculture. He is passionate about the potential for open source agriculture to accelerate innovation and quantify environmental services.
Kei Kreutler is Director of Strategy at Gnosis, a leading company building the operating system for DAOs (decentralized organizations) on Ethereum. For the last six years, she has worked at the forefront of decentralized technology and organizational design for cooperatives. As a writer, artist, and open source software developer, her work assumes a deeply interdisciplinary approach, and she is co-founder of Guild, the decentralized artists network.
Amanda Joy Ravenhill
Amanda Joy Ravenhill is Executive Director of the Buckminster Fuller Institute and an active member of the international community focused on addressing imminent global challenges. She previously held the role of Co-Founder and Executive Director of Project Drawdown, a comprehensive plan to reverse global warming .Ravenhill is driven by her experience living and working internationally as well as her enthusiasm to integrate art and science.