Jennifer is a market access and health economics leader with experience in consulting, global pharma and biotech, and health policy organizations including Roche, Genentech, National Comprehensive Cancer Network, and the Association for State and Territorial Health Officials. She has lectured in health systems and policy at Arcadia University and the Penn State University, and has numerous publications in oncology, reimbursement models, patient safety, and health care workforce issues. Jennifer holds a BS from Georgia Institute of Technology, a MSc from the London School of Economics in International Health Policy and is currently pursuing a DPhil in Evidence Based Health Care at the University of Oxford.
Hugh Locke is a Co-Founder of the Smallholder Farmers Alliance (SFA), a Haitian non-profit using a new agroforestry model that links improved agriculture with tree planting. Farmers plant trees to earn credits that they exchange for seed, tools, training and other agricultural services. The SFA, in partnership with Timberland, has reintroduced cotton to Haiti and is now working towards producing regenerative cotton. Hugh and his co-founder Timote Georges were featured in the documentary Kombit: The Cooperative. Hugh is also CEO of Smallholder Data Services (SDS). He is author of The Haiti Experiment, has given a TEDx talk, and writes and lectures extensively on smallholder farming and sustainable development.
Tim Tensen is working to catalyze the necessary social, economic, and technological infrastructures so that human communities belong with and are successful stewards of the ecologies they inhabit in order to achieve lasting planetary regeneration. His recent focus with Terra Genesis has been on modeling high resolution crop suitability, developing scientifically rigorous and globally scalable digital monitoring, reporting, and verification systems for regenerative agriculture, innovating solutions that address the crisis facing pollination systems from the perspective of the US honey and beekeeping industry, and researching emerging approaches to apply remote sensing to monitor soil organic carbon in partnership with the Earthshot Labs research community. He has experience consulting across diverse industries including technology, food and beverage, apparel, cosmetics, eco-hospitality and agritourism, land use and urban planning, and regenerative development.
Sirtaj is a multidisciplinary talent with experience spanning the public sector, pharmaceutical, and financial industries. His career has focused on building technology products that employ innovative solutions to help enterprises solve real world problems. Sirtaj holds degrees in Physics and Mathematics from the University of California, Berkeley. He's the proud dad of a precocious daughter who is quickly picking up on the science of data economics at age four.
Mac has worked with small businesses and non-profits focused on sustainabiity and social responsibility for over 30 years. He provides expertise as a fractional CFO for a number of business ventures, and has also served as interim CEO for well-known socially responsible businesses including Northeast Cooperatives (the original regional natural products wholesale grocer), clothing manufacturer Eileen Fisher, and the Greyston Bakery in Yonkers, renowned nationally as a model for hiring and employment in disenfranchised communities. Mac was also the co-founder (with Gary Hirshberg of Stonyfield Farm) and CEO of O’Naturals, the first organic and natural quick service restaurant chain in the country. He's held roles at L. L. Bean and the Museum of Modern Art in New York, holds an MBA from Harvard University, and lives in Maine with his wife, where they delight in their four daughters and nine grandchildren.
Timote Georges is Co-Founder of the Smallholder Farmers Alliance (SFA), a Haitian non-profit using a new agroforestry model that links improved agriculture with tree planting. Farmers plant trees to earn credits that they exchange for seed, tools, training and other agricultural services. The SFA, in partnership with Timberland, has reintroduced cotton to Haiti and is now working towards producing regenerative cotton. Timote, along with his co-founder Hugh Locke, was featured in the documentary Kombit: The Cooperative. Timote studied Natural Resources and Peace at the United Nations-mandated University for Peace in Costa Rica, where he also helped local coffee producers and worked with a group exploring carbon sequestration in the country. In Haiti, Timote was part of a rural literacy campaign that included basic business training.
Arka previously led product development, business development, and production for the Xbox organization at Microsoft, and has since founded multiple companies focused on the creation and distribution of high-quality, original content. He holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of California, Berkeley. He is a co-inventor of Transactional Proof of Work that underlies the Lydion DEOS Engine. Outside of work, Arka is a board game aficionado (and sometimes designer) and an avid Seattle Seahawks fan (his adopted team since moving to the US for Microsoft).