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.
EnDAOment Program Lead
Gijs is a Dutch organic agriculture engineer by training, a fairtrade supply chain weaver by experience and a social entrepreneurship coach by default. He lives in a forest in South India and is a member of the Auroville intentional community. When not dreaming about overland travel between Europe and Asia (ambitiously called the Green Silk Road) he is building tree houses with his kids.
Protocal Governance Coordinator
George is a distinguished project management professional, skilled at project planning and monitoring & controlling, as well as communicating across different teams and business units. , with focus on building high functional, self organized teams, whom are empowered and harmonized that are on a course to change the world.
Austin Wade Smith
EnDAOment Program Lead
Austin Wade Smith (they/them) is an artist, ecologist, writer, and technologist based in Brooklyn, New York. Their research explores the interrelation of decolonization, non-human agency, symbiosis, and bioregionalism in global technical and financial infrastructures. Previously, they taught critical methodologies on climate justice in art and engineering at universities in New York.
Nena is a young feminist, who has worked across different parts of the world in the intersection of gender, environment, and equitable societies. She strongly believes in the power of community building and aspires to co-create a world that is safe, healthy and equitable for all!
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Meet the Board leading major decisions and movements within the Foundation.
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.
President of the Board
Meet the governance body of Regen Foundation