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LIZ MOORE - board director

Liz Moore is the founder of Planning School, which provides education and training in contemporary strategic planning and change management, including courses designed for interpretive programs.

In addition to working with business and nonprofit leaders, Liz is a consultant and advisor for natural and cultural resource managers nationwide, consulting with many of the most complex units in the National Park Service. She has worked with over 1000 people in the NPS alone, many of whom are natural resource and cultural heritage interpreters. Her experience leading complex organizations includes overseeing production and planning for a $4.5M business aircraft and a term with Habitat for Humanity, where she managed 200+ volunteers and employees and worked with the development team.

Over the last 12+ years, Liz has focused on teaching, facilitating, and consulting on strategic planning, complex problem solving, change management, and team and leadership development nationwide. She has consulted nonprofits through start-ups, reorganizations, and rebranding. She had degrees in Organizational Leadership and Aeronautical Science.  


Jean Knaack is the Chief Executive Officer of the Road Runners Club of America where she has served in the role since 2005.  She is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin at Green Bay with a Bachelor’s of Science in Human Nutrition. She earned a Master’s of Public Administration with a concentration in nonprofit management from George Mason University. She has extensive skills in organizational and financial development, board and member relations, and program planning and implementation.

Merrick Hoben

Merrick Hoben is Director of CBI’s Washington D.C. Regional Office where he provides assessment, facilitation, training, coaching, and dispute system design services to public and private clients worldwide. Merrick also co-leads CBI’s Corporate-Community Engagement Practice Area.  His core competence is helping organizations, companies, and diverse groups apply negotiation and consensus building tools toward more creative, effective, and efficient stakeholder engagement and decision-making. Internationally, he has worked with numerous multilateral development agencies, global NGOs, governments, major companies, and other national partners to institutionalize collaborative approaches to planning, resource, and project management. Merrick is also a Practitioner Associate at the MIT-Harvard Public Disputes Program, and Faculty Associate at the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. He is fluent in Spanish


Shanti has worked with Sean Esbjorn-Hargens, the founder of the MetaIntegral Associates, focusing on teaching the MetaImpact framework through courses called “Designing Wisdom Economies” and on working towards the creation of multicapital value accounting software. He has spent a decade living at two different ecovillages that were also nonprofit education centers, spending a significant amount of his time in leadership roles at those organizations.

He spent three years on the board of the Sirius, Inc. nonprofit, including approximately two years as treasurer. He also spent a couple of years on the statewide steering board for the Massachusetts network. Over the length of his career, he has founded or worked for over half a dozen environmental nonprofit organizations.

Overall, he has worked in the nonprofit sector for most of his career. He also has expansive training and practice in ecological conscious raising work, having trained directly with Joanna Macy and others in Experiential Deep Ecology, along with training in similar work by the Pachamama alliance.

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