Aaron Wood, brings a whole system perspective to the Eligea process, connecting the various components of each project. He has a Master of Arts degree in Whole Systems Design from Antioch University Seattle. Aaron also studied at The Evergreen State College as an undergraduate, earning a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Global Economy and Social Development. He has facilitated regional and national, inter-organizational collaborations, improving working relationships between groups with a diversity of focuses. He is a prolific producer of cultural, and educational, consciousness raising events.
Kari Lende, co-author of Grassroot Horizons, brings her experience with global sustainability to the process, putting each individual project into perspective within the larger global context. Connecting Participatory Development Initiatives East and West, Kari is a representative of Collaborating Movements Towards Sustainability (CMTS), a global network of Grassroots organizers. Kari is a cross-collaborator and is interested in creating a society based on sustenance restoration.
David Mills, brings expertise in taking complex problems and shedding light on their various solutions. He has a Ph.D. in Human Learning from Brunel University in London and a Master of Science degree in Environmental Science from the University of Texas/Dallas. He is an educator, systems theorist, and freelance philosopher.