Eric Youngren is a solar energy expert and entrepreneur bringing clean power solutions to people around the world since 2001. Eric founded Island Energy Systems LLC in 2008.
It started inside a recording studio, where Macklemore and Lewis invited Wansley to record the “Thrift Shop” chorus one fateful evening in Seattle. The entire session took 45 minutes, and the rest, well, is history.
As Sr. Director of Environmental Sustainability at Microsoft Corporation, TJ is the chief architect responsible for designing and managing Microsoft’s internal carbon fee model.
Mark Rossi is the Executive Director of Clean Production Action where he brings together diverse groups and achieves innovative outcomes. In 2004, he joined Clean Production Action as the Research Director.
Robert Dash is an educator with over twenty years of teaching experience, mostly at the high school level. His academic training lies in biological sciences and human development.
While in Syria, the car he was in suddenly stopped and he was taken prisoner by one of the most powerful terrorist organizations in the world: Jabhat al-Nusra.
While earning her masters at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, Katrina designed a system that uses natural decomposition to turn our deceased into soil. she is the founder and director of the Urban Death Project.
Martellus, aka The Black Unicorn, is a BIG dreamer. He lives in a magical house with his wife and daughter in which everything comes to life when it gets dark or there’s food on the table.
Jake Perrine is a theatre and audio artist who has created works in Massachusetts, New York City, Chicago, Seattle, and Orcas Island. Jake is a co-producer of the Imagine Music and Arts festival on Orcas Island.
Katherine MacLean, PhD. is an academically trained research scientist with a long-standing interest in the neural correlates of consciousness and the science of well-being.
Licensed to practice law in Washington, California, and Florida, she is one of the premier cannabis business and regulatory attorneys in the United States and helps cannabis businesses with legal issues.
Deborah Parker, tsicyaltsa, is a former Vice Chairwoman of the Tulalip Tribes. She is of Tulalip, Apache and Yaqui ancestry. She has served for many years as a motivational speaker, educator and activist.