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Bill Ryerson

Bill Ryerson has more than 40 years of experience working in the field of reproductive health, including two decades of experience using the Sabido methodology of behavior change communications. He is the founder of Population Media Center, and since 2008 has also served as Chair ...Read more

Musimbi Kanyoro

Musimbi Kanyoro is a passionate advocate for women and girls’ health and human rights, and social change philanthropy and is the current President and CEO of the Global Fund for Women. Dr. Kanyoro is an accomplished leader with three decades of experience managing international ...Read more

Douglas Tompkins

Doug Tompkins is longtime wilderness advocate, mountaineer, organic farmer, activist, and philanthropist. He founded The North Face outdoor gear retailer and cofounded Esprit clothing. Since moving to South America in 1990, he has worked to create large-scale protected areas in Chile and Argentina. Tompkins ...Read more

David Johns

David Johns has served as a board member of the Conservation Biology Institute, a society focused on biodiversity conservation, since 1997 and currently teaches as an adjunct professor of politics and law at Portland State University’s School of Government.  A graduate of Columbia University, ...Read more

Shabari Shaily

Shabari Shaily is an architect and sustainability advisor who combines sustainable community planning and green building design in order to allow people and buildings to co-exist.  She enjoys working with different communities and cultures, policy makers, and colleagues to create positive change in both ...Read more

Tayo Basquiat

Tayo Basquiat is an assistant professor of philosophy at  Bismarck State College where he teaches courses on ethics, particularly, developmental ethics.  His courses aim to address North Dakota’s energy development with greater social justice projects and ideals.  Basquiat was recently published for an article ...Read more

Heidi Marcum

Doctor Heidi Marcum is a current professor in the Environmental Studies Department at Baylor University where she earned her undergraduate degrees in both Environmental Studies and Biology. She continued her education to receive her Ph.D. from Texas A&M University.  Ms. Marcum teaches classes on ...Read more

Claire Howe

Claire Howe serves as the Humane Educator and Portland Program Director, at HEART which is an organization focused on human rights, animal protection and environmental preservation that emphasizes a compassionate and respectful relationship between human beings, animals and the environment.  Claire earned her Juris ...Read more

Denise Boggs

Denise Boggs is the current Director for Conservation Congress, an organization focused on forest watch and wildlife advocacy in Northern California.  She works specifically to protect the wild habitat of the spotted owl, a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act from destructive forest ...Read more

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