Ashley Bonn: Founder, Co-Director – firstname.lastname@example.org
Ashley is a holistic educator, community organizer, and creative entrepreneur. She grew up near St. Louis, Missouri and completed a B.S. in Business Administration, a B.A. in International Studies, and a Minor in Leadership for Public Service from the University of Missouri. In 2016, Ashley moved to Portland, Oregon, where she earned a Master’s of Science in Leadership for Sustainability Education, as well as a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit and Public Management from Portland State University. Shortly after, Ashley completed a Permaculture Design Certificate with the City Repair Project and a School Garden Teaching Certificate with Growing Gardens. In addition to her work with Conscious Growth, Ashley is developing a business called Wisdom Weaver that provides earth-based education and handmade natural creations for all ages. She plans to offer holistic courses and workshops that weave together the wisdom of ecology and spirituality.
Drake Carnahan: Co-Director – email@example.com
Drake is a community builder, designer and educator supporting the development of regenerative and sustainable urban culture. She is the Owner and Director of Urban Village Designs LLC, holds a Master’s of Science in Leadership for Sustainability Education, as well as a B.A. in Social Sciences with a minor in Civic Leadership from Portland State University. She completed her Permaculture Design Certificate in 2014 and continues to bring an eye for whole systems and ecological design into all of her work. She has over a decade’s worth of experience in group facilitation, outdoor and experiential education for youth and adults, event production, nonprofit management, environmental conservation, urban farming, service-learning, personal coaching and mindfulness practices.
Russell Bohr: Co-Director – firstname.lastname@example.org
Russell is an event coordinator, photographer, and community organizer. He was born in Oregon and moved to Portland in 2011. Russell holds a bachelors degree in Anthropology from Oregon State University and is passionate about social change. He works with groups facilitating resource sharing, sustainable lifestyles, community building and community managed space. From 2014-2019, Russell served on the production team for the City Repair Project‘s annual Village Building Convergence. He was also involved with “The Communiversity” organized by Community Supported Everything, which provided a community center in Portland where classes could be taught and taken for free by members of the space. Russell currently works with Hedron, an environmentally-conscious makerspace in Portland that uses upcycled waste material to build art pieces and prototypes for clients and community projects. In 2020, he launched his photography business, Russell Bohr Photography, which combines nature and landscape photography with portraiture, and explores ritual and ancestral archetypes.
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