Steve Moazed , chairman Making Of The Future
Steve has had a variety of interesting jobs with one common thread, bringing parties together for their mutual benefit. His previous careers in journalism, marketing, and communications in both the public sector and the international investment sphere serve him well in his advocacy of the goals of the Making of the Future Foundation.
Marilyn is the founder of Trips For Kids® a nonprofit that has opened the world of cycling to over 172,000 at-risk youth since 1988 through mountain bike rides and Earn-a-Bike programs. Marilyn brings her love of kids and bicycling, desire for a healthy environment, and indefatigable devotion to the organization. Marilyn was most recently named a 2015 CNN Hero.
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.
Judith is currently the development manager of the Global Footprint Network. She brings more than 30 years of entrepreneurial and executive experience in both non-profit and for-profit organizations. She has held CEO/Executive Director and Development Director positions at five highly successful NPOs, and co-founded two others. Judith has served on the boards of directors of numerous organizations including the YMCA, OIC, US Swimming, Homeless Task Force, CleanTech Open, and Shukuru.
Lily Smith is a serial entrepreneur, a marketing and communications expert, business coach and socialpreneur. Her commitment to social and environmental causes have led to assisting in the launch of numerous social-sector programs, including the Bay Area Green Business Program, the CleanTech Conference, and establishing a corporate charity, the West Oakland Alliance Foundation. As Executive Director of the latter she safeguarded the livelihood of 10% of the population of one of the most at-risk communities in the U.S. and received the MLK Award for philanthropy. Read more.
John Moeur, Assistant Professor Biology
For John, ecological curiosity regarding the diversity and abundance of species initially grew into an academic career. Putting the ecological insights acquired while teaching to the tests thereafter in public service first, private industry second has given him many chances later in professional life to keep learning the biologically world has such truly astonishing diversity.
Renée Scheltema is a documentary filmmaker and photographer. Her latest feature documentary is called Normal Is Over The Movie (2016).
Drs. in Criminology at Leiden University, The Netherlands
M.A. University of California, Berkeley. USA. TV-Journalism & Photo-Journalism.
B.A. at Law, Leiden University, The Netherlands
Renée has worked for Dutch television as a Director, Producer and Camera-person for 35 years. Many of her documentaries were selected at International Film Festivals. As a photographer, Renée has worked for Magazines and Newspapers in Holland, the US, and South Africa. She was a member of Gamma Liaison in New York, now called Getty Images.