Archive for Term: Nonprofit

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Justin Maxson

Justin Maxson is the Executive Director of the Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation, a 66-year old foundation that seeks to move people and places out of poverty in the South. The Foundation supports organizations and networks that work across race, ethnic, economic...

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Virginia Farley

Virginia has worked in the conservation field for over 25 years. She served as a Regional Director for the Vermont Land Trust and currently serves as Director for Leadership Programs for the Conservation Study Institute. The Institute is a...

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Marcelo Michelsohn

Marcelo’s life is dedicated to questioning pre-determined structures and practices of our current culture, finding out and engaging in experiences that provide a new way of living and then sharing this experience with a larger audience, that would otherwise...

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Danielle Hirsch

Danielle Hirsch worked for three years in Mexico, Paraguay and Kenya during and after her studies in Economics. In 1995 she started working as an international consultant, working for governments and international agencies in Central and South Asia, Latin...

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Michaelyn Bachhuber Baur

Over the last 29 years, Michaelyn has worked at the intersection of sustainable development, agriculture & trade, delivering cutting edge solutions for transformative change. Along her professional path, she has served as a Peace Corps volunteer, an organic farmer...

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Mark Spalding

Mark J. Spalding, President of The Ocean Foundation is a member of the Ocean Studies Board of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (USA). He is serving on the Sargasso Sea Commission. Mark is a Senior Fellow...

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Jerry Nagel

Jerry is President of the Meadowlark Institute, based in Minnesota. Meadowlark is committed to developing individual and collective capacity to be responsive during times of rapid change, to be comfortable with uncertainty, to hold multiple points of view simultaneously,...

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Kathy Tibbits

Kathy is a Cherokee artist and semi-retired attorney.  She writes a weekly opinion editorial for the Tahlequah Daily Press.  In 2019, she co-founded a 20+ artist-member cooperative art gallery in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.  She teaches classes in creative expression.  Before that,...

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