We can regenerate the future, together.
Christian Shearer has been working in ecological agriculture for the past 15 years. Much of that time was spent working with farmers in SE Asia. As a co-founder and CEO of Regen Network, he combines his whole-systems project management experience with his passion for transformation of our social systems.
Dr. Gisel Booman
Dr. Booman leads the integration process between the Ecological State Protocols (ESP) development and the current state of remote sensing and GIS. Her background includes a PhD in Landscape Ecology, career as a biologist, university professor for 7 years, and extensive knowledge in hydrological modeling and spatial statistics. She loves detecting or discovering patterns from large scale analysis of multiple variables in GIS.
Brecht is a seasoned field engineer with a love for appropriate technology, previously with The Blueprint Alliance. He has a strong focus on systems design and rapid iterative testing, and an MS in both Electromechanical Engineering and Industrial & Product Design.
Daniel has contributed to the foundational success of 5 technology startups and has worked in Silicon Valley, Israel, and Asia Pacific. At VMware R&D he founded the prototyping practice and has a gift for scaling and accelerating early stage teams.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Gregory is CEO 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.
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.
Regen Consortium is the group of organizations governing Regen Ledger, serving to maintain integrity, transparency, and democracy. They enable an unprecedented democratic and cooperative movement (Regen Network) to be built around growing institutional capacity to account for ecological health.
These organizations have shown exceptional expertise and leadership in relevant domains: Regenerative agriculture, remote sensing, circular economy, ecology, Earth systems, blockchain, and regenerative economics.
"Nori is a proud consortium member of the Regen Network. We are mission-aligned in our quest to reverse climate change by empowering stewards of the land with software that can track and monetize ecological improvements. We enthusiastically support the development of this platform using blockchain technology. It ensures that the regenerative land steward owns their data, which are relevant for estimating and quantifying carbon removal and other ecosystem services."- Christophe Jospe | Chief Development Officer, Nori
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As a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, BFI serves a critical role for Regen Foundation as our official fiscal sponsor, as a Board Member of Regen Foundation, and as a co-development partner of the regenerative movement.