The creators of 7th Generation Labs are social artists, organizational and leadership development consultants, systems thinkers, educators, strategists, ethicists, technologists, visionaries, facilitators, personal coaches, leaders and learners. We are dedicated to igniting the ability of individuals, organizations and communities to know and offer their unique contributions for serving the common good.
As Chief Synthesizer for 7th Generation Labs, she is joining with kindred spirits to create a treasure trove of ways to learn what matters.
President – Learning Chi, Inc.
LaDonna uses her experience and training to inform, design, develop and host 7th Generation Labs digital learning events.
Consultant, Facilitator, Educator – Opening Space
President Emerita, Open Space Institute US
Fellow Emerita, Columbia University’s Center for International Conflict Resolution
Lisa provides guidance, facilitation and consult for 7th Generation Labs and its users in realms such as access and inclusivity, experiential learning, interpersonal communication, content and service proposals and the curation and care of resources, culture and community.
Founding Partner and Chief Technical Officer – Omega Point International, Inc.
Bill weaves 7th Generation Labs’ platform, hardware and software together into an integrated system to ensure its effectiveness and efficiency.
Founder of Partnering Resources
Maya Townsend, founder of Partnering Resources, brings diverse people together to tackle complex problems. Her work is based on understanding how to leverage networks: the complex, interrelated, and often messy webs of relationships that drive all group activity.
Founder, Collaborative Conversations
Ken founded Collaborative Conversations after a decade as a member of the core team that developed The World Café dialogue process. Certified as an Integral Coach through New Ventures West, Ken has been exploring how what we do in conversation commits us to action and produces results at work for the better part of the last 20 years.
Principal, Civic Conversations
Diane Miller specializes in the design, facilitation and implementation of processes that help diverse groups of people find common ground for action. For the last fifteen years, she has worked with Central Texas governments, businesses and community groups on topics such as community visioning efforts, land use and transportation planning, education and sustainable development.