Humanity stands at a crossroads. We can either change the way we live or change will happen to us. I’m committed to helping others see the complexity of the problems we’re faced with and the critical nature of developing sustainable systems. I’m further dedicated to helping people understand the benefits of getting with the program sooner rather than later, so I’m happy to take part in events which might benefit from such messages.
Given my diverse work and educational experience, and my wide writing interests, I’m comfortable moderating panels on a variety of issues. Topics I frequently deal with those related to sustainability and the circular economy, social innovation, social entrepreneurship, environmental issues, and startups.
I have written for a wide variety of publications, including the Harvard Business Review, The Week, The RSA, Social Space, Sustainable Brands, and the Practitioner’s Hub for Inclusive Business. I previously wrote a column for SALT Magazine, a print magazine that focused on purpose-oriented business, and I’ve written and co-authored multiple publications for the United Nations.
I maintain my personal site, where I fill in the gaps between big writing projects, and I started an independent press, the Wicked Problems Collaborative, to tackle some of humanity’s biggest challenges. WPC titles include “What Do We Do About Inequality?” an anthology featuring diverse views, and I’m currently finishing up the final installment of “The Dividing Kingdom,” a book on the slow-motion train wreck known as Brexit.
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If you’d like to invite me to speak or write for you, or you’re interested in exploring other opportunities, please send me a note via the form below or reach out via LinkedIn.