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Mario Roset


Innovation Data and Civic Tech. Working to facilitate use of technology for social change in Latin America. Team player. Social & Tech Entrepreneur.

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Diana Lovett


Cisse (pronounced see say) is a women owned business that imports Fair Trade Organic cocoa from a farmers cooperative in the Dominican Republic to use in delicious ready to eat brownie thins and gourmet baking and hot cocoa mixes. All of our products are made with real ingredients which are sourced with care through a transparent and responsible supply chain. Available in 2000 retail locations nationally including Whole Foods Market Kroger Target Sur la Table Dean and Deluca as well as online on Amazon.com.

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jacob mathew


jacob mathew is the co founder at Idiom Designs.

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Gulbakhor Makhkamova


Gulbakhor is the COO at the IMON international.

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Jasper Middendorp


Jasper is the Founder and CEO at Reflow.

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Eric Nee


Eric has more than 35 years of experience in the publishing industry. Before joining Stanford University he was a senior writer for Fortune. While there Eric helped Time Inc. launch eCompany Now (where he was executive editor) which later became Business 2.0. Before joining Fortune Eric launched Forbes s Silicon Valley bureau where he was bureau manager. He also served as editor in chief of Upside magazine for close to five years. Eric earned a bachelor's degree in American Studies from the University of California at Santa Cruz and a M.S.J. from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. He has three adult children and lives in Palo Alto Calif. with his wife Tekla a senior editor at IEEE Spectrum.

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Randy Rollison


Randy has had over thirty years experience as an artistic director producer presenter and manager of nonprofit arts organizations in addition to a longer career as an actor and director. While in New York City he was the co founder and served as Producing Artistic Director of HOME for Contemporary Theatre and Art producing work at HOME s space in Tribeca as well as under the banner of the New York Shakespeare Festival at the Joseph Papp Public Theatre. He was a co founder and co artistic director of HERE Arts Center in Soho. In 1998 he left New York to join the staff of Cleveland Public Theatre where he served as Executive Artistic Director until the spring of 2006. He joined the Intersection staff in 2008 and became Executive Director in 2015.

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Paul Rice


Paul opened our first national headquarters a one room office in a converted warehouse in downtown Oakland in late 1998. Since launching the Fair Trade Certified label Paul has pushed to mainstream the Fair Trade movement and expand its impact on farmers by innovating the model partnering with over 1000 U.S. companies and expanding certification across new product categories.Paul came to Fair Trade by way of the mountainous Segovias region of northern Nicaragua where he served for 11 years organizing cooperatives and training farmers. While in Nicaragua Paul founded and led PRODECOOP the country's first Fair Trade organic coffee export cooperative which introduced him to the transformational power of Fair Trade. Subsequently Paul served as strategy consultant and development advisor to 22 cooperative enterprises throughout Latin America and Asia helping them become more competitive democratic and self reliant. Paul s first hand experience over the last 30 years in the areas of global supply chain transparency social auditing sustainable agriculture and cooperative enterprise development is unique in the certification world.Paul has received numerous honors and awards for his pioneering work as a social entrepreneur in the Fair Trade movement. In 2000 he received the prestigious international Ashoka Fellowship for social entrepreneurship. In 2001 Paul was recognized by the AVINA Foundation for his leadership for change. Paul was honored by the Klaus Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship and the World Economic Forum as one of the world's top 40 Social Entrepreneurs in 2002. Fast Company magazine named Paul Social Capitalist of the Year four years in a row (2005 08). Paul also received the prestigious Skoll Award for Social Entrepreneurship and has been honored by the Clinton Global Initiative for his leadership in Fair Trade. Paul holds an Economics and Political Science degree from Yale University and an MBA from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley.

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Dr. Catlin Powers


Dr. Catlin Powers is co founder and CEO of One Earth Designs which she has led from its humble beginnings in the Himalayas to reach customers on six continents. Dr. Powers received her doctorate from Harvard University holds two solar energy patents and serves on the technical advisory committee to the International Standards Organization.

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Chelina Odbert


Co founder and Executive Director of Kounkuey Design Initiative (KDI) a non profit design practice that partners with low income communities to improve physical economic and social quality of life through low cost high impact design interventions. Since 2006 she has worked with community members in the slum of Kibera Nairobi to design and implement a network of Productive Public Spaces transformed waste spaces that link physical upgrading to micro enterprise and community development. The Productive Public Space Network has won numerous awards including Van Alen Institutes' New York Prize for Public Architecture. Chelina has replicated the Productive Public Space process in Haiti Ghana and the United States. She holds a BA from Claremont Mckenna College where she graduated with magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa honors. She received her Master of Urban Planning from Harvard University. Chelina has lectured extensively in the United States and internationally on KDI's community engaged approach to planning and written about it for Forbes Magazine and in the book NOW Urbanism. In 2012 she was named by American Express as one of 15 Global Emerging Social Innovators. In 2014 she was named an Aspen Institute Ideas Scholar.

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