Sonia Succar Ferré

Sonia Succar Ferré is a passionate environmental leader with over 15 years managing diverse organizations and projects tackling the most pressing climate challenges. As a LEED AP, she began her career as a field engineer for Turner Construction on the region’s largest multi-modal project, the $2 billion Miami Intermodal

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Adam Schlenger

Adam Schlenger (PhD) is an oceanographer and marine ecologist who studies ecosystem resiliency to climate change. His work aims to bridge the gap between science, economics, and policy to create global environmental solutions. By linking the structure and function of ecosystems to economic drivers, Adam’s work identifies the major

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Katrina Zavalney

Katrina Zavalney has been a community organizer for over 20 years and is an organization development consultant, she is dedicated to creating sustainable livelihood for all. Katrina has been at the forefront of the sustainability movement, including greening Disney – writing environmental policies that went company wide. She also

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Ryan Mannix

Ryan is a family man and ocean warrior, using his skill sets in finance and audio engineering to bring support to initiatives that promote natural ecosystems and help vulnerable marine life.

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Kelly Erhart

Kelly’s passion for innovation and environmental stewardship has led her to devoting herself to focus on areas where she sees the largest imminent threats to our planet. She is committed to reframing complex issues into solutions that foster market emergence and facilitate growth for impactful technologies. She has cultivated

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Desiree Tavera

An avid surfer and vegetarian, Desiree was raised between the US and Peru. Her passion for oceanic conservation led her to meet her husband and name their son Mako. Des spent many years working in post-disaster development, advocating for tech and startups, and over a decade producing events. In

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Melissa Reneski

Melissa has worked as a business manager for a large, worldwide known coffee company for the last 14 years. In this position, she had the opportunity to interact with a diverse and ever-evolving business. As a leader, she has had the privilege to mentor our team, train others to

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Will White

Will first hit his stride on the oldest lake in North America, Clear Lake. Growing up on a lake was the perfect place to get his feet wet in the world of activism. It provided a perfect space to work on community projects, enviromental cleanups, and emergency volunteer response

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Cody Baker

Cody is a software developer with over a decade of experience building highly trafficked, highly complex platforms for distinguished, solution-oriented companies like Code for America, Students Rising Above, Peanut Labs (acquired by Research Now), Odyssey Energy Solutions and most recently Yardclub, acquired by Caterpillar where Cody works as a

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