Bonnie has a degree in psychology and holds a Certificate in Sustainable Practices from the Green MBA program at Dominican University. She is a graduate of the Environmental Forum of Marin, SF Urban Permaculture Institute, and the Nature Guide Training at WildCare in Marin County.
Bonnie serves on the Standard Committee for The Non-GMO Project and is a board member of the Hela Bima Rice Project. She’s also the founder of Pomegrant, an online collaborative philanthropy platform.
Betsy Rosenberg is an award-winning national broadcast journalist and a green media trailblazer. With 25 years of radio news experience as an CBS Radio News anchor, and has been a guest on local and national television programs including CNN Headline News. Betsy has earned the distinction of being a world-class, eco-journalism pioneer, and is contributing author for the Green Huffington Post.
Debra is an environmentalist, historian, public speaker and founder of Tam Hiking Tours.Debra is a graduate of UC Berkeley, with a degree in Native American Studies. She’s on the Board of Directors of the Mill Valley Historical Society, in charge of the First Wed. Speaker Series and Oral History Program.
Dr Nina Dulabaum
Nina earned her Ph.D at the Technical University Berlin, Germany in Education and Psychology with emphasis on civic engagement. She has diverse work experience, e.g. as professor, author, instructional designer, consultant, administrator, researcher, mindfulness and mom.
She advocates for mindful lifelong learning, OER-innovative EDTech, social entrepeneurship, and global sustainability.