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Co-Founder & CTO
Shaun Frankson is the co-founder of Plastic Bank, a social enterprise that makes plastic waste a currency to STOP Ocean plastic while reducing global poverty. Plastic Bank provides a universal income for the world’s poor that is earned through Social Plastic recycling programs.
Shaun is a digital strategist and proudly empowers others to create a life of purpose. He is the project lead on a game changing Blockchain recycling platform and created the brand strategies to introduce Social Plastic® to the world, resulting in over 300 media features and a multi-million person movement. Plastic Bank is now enrolling the word to contribute while working with some of the largest organizations on the planet (IBM, SC Johnson...) to help stop Ocean plastic.
Shaun was named an Ashoka Emerging Innovator, an IBM Champion and, along with David Katz, received the Sustainia Community Award at COP21 and the United Nations Momentum for Change Award at COP23.
Founder & President
John Fullerton is an unconventional economist, impact investor, writer, and some have said philosopher. Building on and integrating the work of many, he is the architect of Regenerative Economics, first conceived in his 2015 booklet, “Regenerative Capitalism: How Universal Patterns and Principles Will Shape the New Economy.”
After a successful 20-year career on Wall Street where he was a Managing Director of what he calls “the old JPMorgan,” John listened to a persistent inner voice and walked away in 2001 with no plan but many questions. A few months later he experienced 9-11 first hand. The questions crystalized into his life’s work with the creation of the Capital Institute in 2010 where his work reflects the rising evolutionary shift in consciousness from Modern Age thinking to Integral Age thinking. Capital Institute is dedicated to the bold reimagination of economics and finance in service to life.
During his Wall Street career, John managed numerous capital markets and derivatives businesses around the globe and was JPMorgan’s Oversight Committee Representative that managed the rescue of Long Term Capital Management in 2008, and finally was Chief Investment Officer for Lab Morgan before retiring from the firm. A committed impact investor, John is the Chairman of New Day Enterprises, PBC, the co-founder of Grasslands, LLC, and a board member of the Savory Institute, and Stone Acres Farm, and is an advisor to numerous sustainability initiatives. John speaks internationally to public audiences and universities, and writes a monthly blog, The Future of Finance.
Founder & CEO
Holly Ruxin has a passion for transforming people’s lives by healing their relationship with money. She is Founder of Montcalm TCR, a private wealth management firm that creates deep engagement and authentic relationship with clients, resulting in holistic individualized financial solutions.
Holly brings an expert understanding of securities, complex derivatives, fixed income, risk management, and private wealth developed over 20 years at Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Montgomery Securities, and Bank of America.
At Montcalm TCR, while working to fulfill her vision of truly diversified, transparent, and customized client portfolios, Holly discovered a need for more private investments with a broader range of terms. She founded Montcalm Capital to support Montcalm TCR’s mission to provide beneficial investment opportunities for clients by blending new economy sustainability, deep financial expertise, and independent vision.
Chris is an award-winning serial-entrepreneur, engineer, futurist, & an optimist. He is the founder/ CEO at UCOT Inc. a company that has created a unique model to support and fund early-stage startups creating solutions to unintended & willfully ignored consequences of Technology.
Previously, Chris founded Hourglass ventures a fund that supports visionary entrepreneurs from the African continent who come from the underprivileged background- and need a Friends and Family round of financing to get their ideas off the ground. He also founded Health Access Corps, a social enterprise that works to establish sustainable health care systems on the African continent.
Chris has been invited to speak at some of the world’s most prestigious platforms such as TED,Clinton Global Initiative and United Nations. He has won many international awards for his work, TEDFellow; Forbes Magazine 30Under30, Ashoka fellow, Echoing Green fellow and most recently he has been honored by the World Economic Forum as a Young Global Leader (YGL). This honor is bestowed by the World Economic Forum each year to recognize the most distinguished and inspiring Global leaders.
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March 21, 2019
WELCOME | KEYSTONE SURVEY
MORNING PLENARY | KEYNOTE
Farm to Fork
AFTERNOON PLENARY | KEYNOTE
CLOSING REMARKS & RECEPTION
Wine, Beer & Bites
Enjoy refreshments and spectacular views of the Golden Gate Bridge
Located in the Prince Room and generously sponsored by ...
While this conference is in San Francisco it's about the planet we all call home. Other cities will be added as we continue to grow our community of passionate and committed friends.
The Presidio was carefully chosen not only because of its natural beauty and grandeur but also because it is a working example of regeneration. All venue proceeds go directly back into supporting The Presidio of San Francisco including trail restoration, renovations and education programs to grow children's appreciation for nature.
SAN FRANCISCO PRESIDIO GOLDEN GATE CLUB
The Presidio is where San Francisco began. Today it is a national park site and a National Historic Landmark District located at the center of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.
Head outside for a hike through the forest; see native wildflowers at Crissy Marsh; toss a Frisbee with the kids on the Main Parade Ground; stop for a bite at one of the Presidio’s many eateries; or watch the sunset from a scenic vista. Download a full guide to Presidio information and activities below.
Built in 1949, the iconic Golden Gate Club was once the enlisted men’s service club and the site of several historic treaty signings. The graceful Spanish Colonial
building features views of San Francisco Bay, the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, and the Presidio forest.