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Dec 1 & 2, 2021

Seafood2030 Virtual Sustainability Forum
Designing a Global Sustainable Seafood System

Please join SeafoodSource and Seafood2030 for a free Virtual Event that will include a series of dialogues assessing our collective impact on IUU, Fair Labor, National Management & International Governance, and Sustainable Financing.

Over the last 20 years, a robust landscape of marketplace tools, sustainability initiatives and programs have developed globally to support industry adoption of sustainable practices and product. These efforts have been successful addressing the worst environmental impacts, labor practices and supply chain pain points in seafood. Now these disparate efforts are aligning into a coherent sustainable seafood system -- increasing the collective impact of all stakeholders and the opportunity to bring about real change in the industry.

This event will evaluate how well the collective efforts of the sustainable seafood system to address IUU, Fair Labor, National Management & International Governance and Sustainable Finance and identify ways to improve how we work.

Day 1 of the program will provide an evaluation of sustainable seafood efforts from industry leaders and issue experts and Day 2 will be an opportunity for participants to provide input and identify strategies to support a more effective support system for a sustainable seafood industry.

Four reasons to join:

01.

Better understand the developing sustainable seafood system and how it relates to your work and business

02.

 Learn about the initiatives, collaborations, and partnerships that are laying the foundation for a coherent system of impact for the future of seafood

03.

Ensure that your voice is included in designing the future of seafood

04.

Network with global stakeholders working toward a more sustainable seafood industry

Event Agenda

Please click each date to see the day’s agenda

Day 1, Evaluating System Success in Addressing

9:30am – 11:00 am EST
Fisheries Management

Tools including certification, fishery improvement projects and pre-competitive collaborations like The Sustainable Fisheries Partnership’s supplier roundtables have had a significant impact on driving better management in fisheries across the globe. Many of the remaining unsustainable fisheries can use traditional market-based tools but will also require additional actors and strategies to drive responsible management and reach a target of 75% of global fisheries sustainably managed. Using Ecuador Small Pelagics management as an example, this session will look at how to ensure our collective strategy to improve fisheries management efficiently and effectively addresses the new challenges in front of us.

Braddock Spear - Global Policy Director, Sustainable Fisheries Partnership

Braddock Spear is responsible for key work streams in SFP's overall portfolio of activity, including aquaculture, human rights, management policies for industrial fisheries in developed countries, Supply Chain Roundtables, relationships with other NGOs and stakeholders, and policy on sustainability standards and other sustainable seafood issues.

For eight years prior to SFP, Braddock worked at the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission. At the Commission, Braddock developed an expertise in US fisheries management and coordinated the legislative program. He holds a BS in marine biology from the University of Maryland and an MA in marine affairs from the University of Rhode Island.

Carlos Cacao - Vice President - Director, Empresa Pesquera Polar S. A.

I have a BSc degree in Electrical Engineering and a Master's degree on Business Administration.

I am in the fishing business since 1994 in a Fishing company: Empresa Pesquera Polar S. A. in Ecuador.

At the moment I hold the position of Director of the company. Since 2016 I was appointed as president of the Small Pelagic Commission of the National Chamber of Fishing (CNP) in Ecuador.

Since 2018 I also preside the Small Pelagic's Fisheries Improvement Project of Ecuador.

Aisla Jones - Fisheries & Aquaculture Manager, Co-op UK

Aisla Jones is the Fisheries& Aquaculture Manager at Co-op UK, overseeing the responsible sourcing of fisheries and aquaculture supply chains. After graduating with an MSc in Marine Biology from Bangor University, she worked there as a research assistant on priority research areas for aquaculture supply chains. Aisla has varied experience working with several NGO's including WWF- UK and sits on the Marin Trust governing body committee. Alongside her current role, Aisla is undertaking a Nuffield Farming Scholarship focusing on responsible sourcing of aquaculture feed.

1:00 pm – 2:000 pm EST
Illegal Fishing and Supply Chain Transparency

A combination of technology, government action and enforcement, and marketplace initiatives are developing into a coherent and effective system to address IUU fishing. While more work needs to be done in all of these areas, coordinated supply chain traceability and transparency remains a weak link to impact IUU and other supply chain risk. Having a coherent, aligned collective strategy is essential to reducing supply chain risk and addressing illegal fishing. This session will identify opportunities and challenges to creating a better aligned system of impact through increased traceability, transparency and collaboration.

Liz Selig - Deputy Director, Center for Ocean Solutions

Liz Selig is the Deputy Director at the Center for Ocean Solutions at Stanford University. Her work focuses on the intersection of environmental and social sustainability in marine ecosystems, including understanding social-ecological feedbacks in ocean health, marine resource conflicts, and patterns in illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing (IUU) and labor abuses in fisheries. She is part of the Seafood Business for Ocean Stewardship (SeaBOS) science team and the core team that developed the Blue Food Assessment, a scientific analysis of the contribution of aquatic foods to sustainable food systems. Previously, she has worked for Conservation International, the Smithsonian Institution, and the World Resources Institute.

Gerald Knecht - Director of Sustainability, North Atlantic Seafood, Inc

Global thought leader for fisheries sustainability in the developing world. 14 years on the ground in S.E. Asia developing business models that help industry drive sustainable behavior on the water and in supply chains. Proponent of systems change vs piecemeal solutions. Champion of ground up change recognizing weak rule of law in Asia. 40 years in seafood industry as fleet owner, processor importer, exporter, fisheries management implementer.

David Schorr - Senior Manager, Transparent Seas Project, WWF

David K. Schorr is the Senior Manager of WWF’s Transparent Seas Project, focused on combating illegal fishing and promoting sustainable seafood by transforming the traceability of seafood and the transparency of fishing activities. David previously served on the leadership team of WWF’s network-wide Smart Fishing Initiative and, from 2001 to 2011, was a Senior Fellow at WWF-US and an independent consultant serving NGO, IGO, and governmental clients. David has expertise in international fisheries governance and in issues surrounding globalization and the environment. For over a decade, David guided WWF’s groundbreaking advocacy to curb harmful fisheries subsidies. From 1993 until 2002 David directed WWF’s Sustainable Commerce Program, focused on the environmental aspects of international trade and investment policies. Prior to joining WWF, David practiced law in Washington, D.C., representing developing country governmental clients on international legal and political matters. In the 1980s, he lived and worked in Europe as a nuclear weapons policy analyst and co-authored the book How Nuclear Weapons Decisions Are Made (MacMillan 1986). A graduate of the Yale Law School and of Oberlin College, David has taught courses on basic trade law and on trade and environment as a member of the adjunct faculties of the Georgetown University Law Center and the American University Washington College of Law.

Tom Pickerell - Executive Director, Global Tuna Alliance

Dr Tom Pickerell is a marine biologist with nearly 20 years' experience in seafood sustainability, including wild fisheries and shellfish aquaculture, certification schemes and consumer guides, and social responsibility in seafood. Before becoming the Executive Director of the Global Tuna Alliance, he was the Global Tuna Director for the Sustainable Fisheries Partnership (SFP) and led SFP's fresh & frozen and canned tuna programs. Previous to that, he worked in a variety of roles at several NGOs and the UK government. Dr Pickerell is the founder of Tomolamola Consulting Ltd., a sustainable seafood advisory service for businesses.

2:30 pm – 3:30 pm EST
Fair Labor

The collective effort of the seafood industry in addressing fair labor issues has increased significantly over the past 5 years and the issue is squarely on the sustainable seafood agenda. A broad landscape of tools to evaluate, audit, and address poor labor practices in seafood supply chains. Is this collective effort and growing landscape of tools and programs evolving into a coherent strategy driving responsible labor practices in seafood. This session will discuss how work on fair labor in seafood is evolving to more effectively support the seafood industry and how we can better align the collective effort of this work for greater impact.

Erin Taylor - Senior Project Director, Business Engagement, FishWise

Erin is a Senior Project Director at FishWise, empowering companies to catalyze environmental and social supply chain improvements. In conjunction with the development of the Roadmap for Improving Seafood Ethics (RISEseafood.org), she has helped expand FishWise's work incorporating human rights due diligence into companies' corporate responsibility programs for more holistic sustainability. Prior to FishWise, Erin was a wild fisheries specialist with the New England Aquarium. With nearly a decade of experience executing innovative seafood sustainability partnerships, Erin has worked with retail, hospitality, and mid-supply chain audiences globally. She holds a BA in Environmental Analysis and Policy from Boston University.

Rob Johnson - Managing Director, Sea Pact

Rob Johnson is a seafood sustainability professional that brings together a comprehensive background of markets-based solution-oriented sustainable seafood program development, business partnership leadership, and industry procurement and supply chain management. He has experience and expertise with certification and rating programs, improvement projects, seafood supply chain dynamics, and resilience and systems thinking. Rob has a Master's degree in Natural Resource and Ecosystem Management from Stockholm University, and is a strong advocate for pre-competitive collaboration and collective impact work. Rob lives on the ocean in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Jack Kittinger - Vice President, Center for Oceans, Conservation International

Dr. Jack Kittinger is the Vice President of the Global Fisheries and Aquaculture Program in Conservation International's Center for Oceans and a Professor of Practice in Arizona State University's Global Futures Laboratory and School of Sustainability. Under his leadership, CI works to protect biodiversity and improve the wellbeing of ocean-dependent communities by implementing sustainable fisheries and aquaculture solutions built on partnerships and investments from ocean to plate. A lifelong surfer, fisher and waterman, he is committed to ocean-based learning experiences and to being in the water as often as possible. He and his family live in Niu Valley, Oahu, Hawai'i

Helena Orella - Sustainable Developent Manager, Bolton Food

Helena holds a Degree in Political Sciences and two Masters in Executive Mgt of NGO and Humanitarian Aid. She worked for 18 years in organizations affiliated to the UN: UNESCO and UNICEF managing institutional relations and public-private partnerships. She was also the coordinator of the International Campaign for the United Nations Youth Employment Decade led by the Spanish Govern. She has also been an advisor for several business and educational institutions. In 2018 she joined Bolton Food as Sustainable Development Manager, managing the 360º sustainability of the tuna supply chain: fishing, people and production.

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm EST
Finance

Developing a system that drives sustainable financing in fisheries is a challenge that seems to touch on so many other challenges in seafood – a lack of data and traceability, fragmented supply chains, the challenge of engaging small-scale producers, environmental and social risk, and markets and economic models that do not provide fair and equitable distribution of resources throughout the supply chain. Despite this collection of hurdles there are opportunities and lessons learned to help guide a more effective system of finance to support responsible and sustainable practices and production in seafood. This session will discuss some of the work in seafood that can be built upon, opportunities for greater impact and lessons learned.

Peter Battisti - Executive Director, Future of Fish

Peter has over 10 years of experience in development work, with an emphasis on project finance and investment, spanning the US, Caribbean, Latin America and SE Asia driving innovative, systemic models for multiple industries related to the Blue Economy. Prior to joining Future of Fish, Peter was a partner in several real estate development ventures and worked with investors, businesses and entrepreneurs on project origination and design, capacity building/TA, financial structuring and capital placement across food, agriculture, aquaculture and wild fisheries sectors. Peter has extensive experience building opportunities to plan, capitalize, and implement development projects in national and international markets.

Laura Cascan - Director of Blended Finance and Business Innovation, Future of Fish

Laura is specialized in analyzing and structuring projects to support social innovation and environmental impact programs. After a career in the bank-insurance sector, she transitioned to international development gaining extensive experience in Latin America with the IDB Innovation Lab where she was a pioneer in the design of innovative pay-for-impact financial instruments and working on design and financial structuring of projects in the areas of rural financial inclusion, basic services, sustainable agriculture and agroforestry, and value chains. For the past 4 years, Laura has provided expertise to public and private entities in the areas of blended finance and social entrepreneurship.

Marah Hardt - Director of Discovery, Future of Fish

Marah is a systems-change strategist and marine scientist working at the crossroads of research, strategy, and effective communication to build a sustainable future for people and the sea. The current Director of Discovery at Future of Fish, Marah designs and runs systems analyses of fisheries and related supply chains, including ethnographic field studies and an in-depth co-design process that iteratively builds interventions for sustainable fisheries and communities. Marah's work has been published in scientific journals, books, and popular magazines (including Scientific American, The American Prospect). She received her PhD in marine science from Scripps Institution of Oceanography.

Day 2, Improving the Impact of the Sustainable Seafood System

9:30 am – 10:30 am EST
Fisheries Management Discussion Questions:
  1. System Structure and Governance :
    1. what does the sustainable seafood system to improve Fisheries Management look like?
    2. Who and what is missing?
  2. Fit for Purpose of Strategy
    1. Do we have a system-wide strategy and is it appropriate to drive change at the appropriate pace and scale?
    2. Are we effectively exploiting our existing strategy?
    3. Are we exploring ways to increase our sphere of influence?
  3. Accountability and Performance Evaluation Mechanisms
    1. Are we defining success in terms of the system goals and how can we identify measure of success for the system?
    2. Do we have the appropriate accountability and evaluation measures in place?
  4. Course Correction” Recommendations
    1. What are priorities, opportunities, and challenges for building a more coherent system of change to improve Fisheries Management?

Moderators:

Peter Jones - Managing Partner, Professor, Redesign Network, OCAD University

Peter Jones is an associate professor of systemic design at OCAD University, Toronto where he teaches in the Strategic Foresight and Innovation and Design graduate program. He is a founding member of the Bounce Beyond initiative for innovation of next economies. He is managing partner of the Redesign Network, an innovation firm that facilitates system-level design for communities, organizations, and social systems, and conducts strategic foresight for visioning and planning. Peter is co-founder of the Systemic Design Association and the Flourishing Enterprise Institute, the research community formed around sustainable business models and policy design.

Zenda Ofir - Independent International Evaluator

Zenda Ofir is a leading international evaluation specialist who has worked from local to global level across many countries and fields of work. She has a special interest in the relationship between people and nature, and in how the many different approaches to evaluative practice can help accelerate urgently needed large-scale transformations. She is a former President of the African Evaluation Association and former Vice-President of the global evaluation networks IOCE and IDEAS. She continues to advise international organisations, and is currently a member of the Blue Marble Evaluation Advisory Council and Chairperson of the International Evaluation Academy Council.

Steve Waddell - Lead Steward, Bounce Beyond

Responding to the 21st century's enormous global challenges and realizing its unsurpassed opportunities require transformation in ways of acting and organizing. For the past 35 years Steve has been supporting this through community organizing, consultations, education, research, and personal leadership. This has included leadership with the world's largest community-based credit union and the Global Finance Initiative. He is currently Lead Steward of Bounce Beyond, supporting initiatives developing a new, emerging economic paradigm.

Dozens of publications include the books Societal Learning and Change: Innovation with Multi-Stakeholder Strategies (2005); Global Action Networks: Creating our future together (2011); Change for the Audacious: a doers' guide to large systems change for a flourishing future (2016). Steve has a Ph.D. in sociology and an MBA, and is a Canadian-American living in Boston with his husband.

Ian Kendrick - Future Thinking, Bounce Beyond

Ian has worked for many years in organisation leadership and design, strategy for innovation, community building, communications, strategic relationship management and team facilitation. This has been at CEO and VP level in large organisations, start up initiatives and NGOs.

Ian was educated at top business schools in the UK, has taught on Senior Executive programmes and at masters level, working with strategy, viability, systemic approaches to organisation and future thinking. He has led Bounce Beyond's work with online facilitation using Three Horizons and allied approaches.

Ian has worked in crisis resolution and facilitation, and cross cultural appreciation.

11:00 am – 12:00 pm EST
IUU and Supply Chain Transparency Discussion Questions:
  1. System Structure and Governance :
    1. what does the sustainable seafood system to address IUU and Supply Chain Transparency look like?
    2. Who and what is missing?
  2. Fit for Purpose of Strategy
    1. Do we have a system-wide strategy and is it appropriate to drive change at the appropriate pace and scale?
    2. Are we effectively exploiting our existing strategy?
    3. Are we exploring ways to increase our sphere of influence?
  3. Accountability and Performance Evaluation Mechanisms
    1. Are we defining success in terms of the system goals and how can we identify measure of success for the system?
    2. Do we have the appropriate accountability and evaluation measures in place?
  4. Course Correction” Recommendations
    1. What are priorities, opportunities, and challenges for building a more coherent system of change to address IUU and Supply Chain Transparency?

Moderators:

Peter Jones - Managing Partner, Professor, Redesign Network, OCAD University

Peter Jones is an associate professor of systemic design at OCAD University, Toronto where he teaches in the Strategic Foresight and Innovation and Design graduate program. He is a founding member of the Bounce Beyond initiative for innovation of next economies. He is managing partner of the Redesign Network, an innovation firm that facilitates system-level design for communities, organizations, and social systems, and conducts strategic foresight for visioning and planning. Peter is co-founder of the Systemic Design Association and the Flourishing Enterprise Institute, the research community formed around sustainable business models and policy design.

Zenda Ofir - Independent International Evaluator

Zenda Ofir is a leading international evaluation specialist who has worked from local to global level across many countries and fields of work. She has a special interest in the relationship between people and nature, and in how the many different approaches to evaluative practice can help accelerate urgently needed large-scale transformations. She is a former President of the African Evaluation Association and former Vice-President of the global evaluation networks IOCE and IDEAS. She continues to advise international organisations, and is currently a member of the Blue Marble Evaluation Advisory Council and Chairperson of the International Evaluation Academy Council.

Steve Waddell - Lead Steward, Bounce Beyond

Responding to the 21st century's enormous global challenges and realizing its unsurpassed opportunities require transformation in ways of acting and organizing. For the past 35 years Steve has been supporting this through community organizing, consultations, education, research, and personal leadership. This has included leadership with the world's largest community-based credit union and the Global Finance Initiative. He is currently Lead Steward of Bounce Beyond, supporting initiatives developing a new, emerging economic paradigm.

Dozens of publications include the books Societal Learning and Change: Innovation with Multi-Stakeholder Strategies (2005); Global Action Networks: Creating our future together (2011); Change for the Audacious: a doers' guide to large systems change for a flourishing future (2016). Steve has a Ph.D. in sociology and an MBA, and is a Canadian-American living in Boston with his husband.

Ian Kendrick - Future Thinking, Bounce Beyond

Ian has worked for many years in organisation leadership and design, strategy for innovation, community building, communications, strategic relationship management and team facilitation. This has been at CEO and VP level in large organisations, start up initiatives and NGOs.

Ian was educated at top business schools in the UK, has taught on Senior Executive programmes and at masters level, working with strategy, viability, systemic approaches to organisation and future thinking. He has led Bounce Beyond's work with online facilitation using Three Horizons and allied approaches.

Ian has worked in crisis resolution and facilitation, and cross cultural appreciation.

1:30 pm – 2:30 pm EST
Fair Labor Discussion Questions
  1. System Structure and Governance :
    1. what does the sustainable seafood system to improve Fair Labor Practices look like?
    2. Who and what is missing?
  2. Fit for Purpose of Strategy
    1. Do we have a system-wide strategy and is it appropriate to drive change at the appropriate pace and scale?
    2. Are we effectively exploiting our existing strategy?
    3. Are we exploring ways to increase our sphere of influence?
  3. Accountability and Performance Evaluation Mechanisms
    1. Are we defining success in terms of the system goals and how can we identify measure of success for the system?
    2. Do we have the appropriate accountability and evaluation measures in place?
  4. Course Correction” Recommendations
    1. What are priorities, opportunities, and challenges for building a more coherent system of change to improve Fair Labor Practices?

Moderators:

Peter Jones - Managing Partner, Professor, Redesign Network, OCAD University

Peter Jones is an associate professor of systemic design at OCAD University, Toronto where he teaches in the Strategic Foresight and Innovation and Design graduate program. He is a founding member of the Bounce Beyond initiative for innovation of next economies. He is managing partner of the Redesign Network, an innovation firm that facilitates system-level design for communities, organizations, and social systems, and conducts strategic foresight for visioning and planning. Peter is co-founder of the Systemic Design Association and the Flourishing Enterprise Institute, the research community formed around sustainable business models and policy design.

Zenda Ofir - Independent International Evaluator

Zenda Ofir is a leading international evaluation specialist who has worked from local to global level across many countries and fields of work. She has a special interest in the relationship between people and nature, and in how the many different approaches to evaluative practice can help accelerate urgently needed large-scale transformations. She is a former President of the African Evaluation Association and former Vice-President of the global evaluation networks IOCE and IDEAS. She continues to advise international organisations, and is currently a member of the Blue Marble Evaluation Advisory Council and Chairperson of the International Evaluation Academy Council.

Steve Waddell - Lead Steward, Bounce Beyond

Responding to the 21st century's enormous global challenges and realizing its unsurpassed opportunities require transformation in ways of acting and organizing. For the past 35 years Steve has been supporting this through community organizing, consultations, education, research, and personal leadership. This has included leadership with the world's largest community-based credit union and the Global Finance Initiative. He is currently Lead Steward of Bounce Beyond, supporting initiatives developing a new, emerging economic paradigm.

Dozens of publications include the books Societal Learning and Change: Innovation with Multi-Stakeholder Strategies (2005); Global Action Networks: Creating our future together (2011); Change for the Audacious: a doers' guide to large systems change for a flourishing future (2016). Steve has a Ph.D. in sociology and an MBA, and is a Canadian-American living in Boston with his husband.

Ian Kendrick - Future Thinking, Bounce Beyond

Ian has worked for many years in organisation leadership and design, strategy for innovation, community building, communications, strategic relationship management and team facilitation. This has been at CEO and VP level in large organisations, start up initiatives and NGOs.

Ian was educated at top business schools in the UK, has taught on Senior Executive programmes and at masters level, working with strategy, viability, systemic approaches to organisation and future thinking. He has led Bounce Beyond's work with online facilitation using Three Horizons and allied approaches.

Ian has worked in crisis resolution and facilitation, and cross cultural appreciation.

3:00 pm – 4:00 pm EST
Sustainable Financing Discussion Questions:
  1. System Structure and Governance :
    1. what does the sustainable seafood system to increase Sustainable Financing look like?
    2. Who and what is missing?
  2. Fit for Purpose of Strategy
    1. Do we have a system-wide strategy and is it appropriate to drive change at the appropriate pace and scale?
    2. Are we effectively exploiting our existing strategy?
    3. Are we exploring ways to increase our sphere of influence?
  3. Accountability and Performance Evaluation Mechanisms
    1. Are we defining success in terms of the system goals and how can we identify measure of success for the system?
    2. Do we have the appropriate accountability and evaluation measures in place?
  4. Course Correction” Recommendations
    1. What are priorities, opportunities, and challenges for building a more coherent system of change to improve Sustainable Financing?

Moderators:

Peter Jones - Managing Partner, Professor, Redesign Network, OCAD University

Peter Jones is an associate professor of systemic design at OCAD University, Toronto where he teaches in the Strategic Foresight and Innovation and Design graduate program. He is a founding member of the Bounce Beyond initiative for innovation of next economies. He is managing partner of the Redesign Network, an innovation firm that facilitates system-level design for communities, organizations, and social systems, and conducts strategic foresight for visioning and planning. Peter is co-founder of the Systemic Design Association and the Flourishing Enterprise Institute, the research community formed around sustainable business models and policy design.

Zenda Ofir - Independent International Evaluator

Zenda Ofir is a leading international evaluation specialist who has worked from local to global level across many countries and fields of work. She has a special interest in the relationship between people and nature, and in how the many different approaches to evaluative practice can help accelerate urgently needed large-scale transformations. She is a former President of the African Evaluation Association and former Vice-President of the global evaluation networks IOCE and IDEAS. She continues to advise international organisations, and is currently a member of the Blue Marble Evaluation Advisory Council and Chairperson of the International Evaluation Academy Council.

Steve Waddell - Lead Steward, Bounce Beyond

Responding to the 21st century's enormous global challenges and realizing its unsurpassed opportunities require transformation in ways of acting and organizing. For the past 35 years Steve has been supporting this through community organizing, consultations, education, research, and personal leadership. This has included leadership with the world's largest community-based credit union and the Global Finance Initiative. He is currently Lead Steward of Bounce Beyond, supporting initiatives developing a new, emerging economic paradigm.

Dozens of publications include the books Societal Learning and Change: Innovation with Multi-Stakeholder Strategies (2005); Global Action Networks: Creating our future together (2011); Change for the Audacious: a doers' guide to large systems change for a flourishing future (2016). Steve has a Ph.D. in sociology and an MBA, and is a Canadian-American living in Boston with his husband.

Ian Kendrick - Future Thinking, Bounce Beyond

Ian has worked for many years in organisation leadership and design, strategy for innovation, community building, communications, strategic relationship management and team facilitation. This has been at CEO and VP level in large organisations, start up initiatives and NGOs.

Ian was educated at top business schools in the UK, has taught on Senior Executive programmes and at masters level, working with strategy, viability, systemic approaches to organisation and future thinking. He has led Bounce Beyond's work with online facilitation using Three Horizons and allied approaches.

Ian has worked in crisis resolution and facilitation, and cross cultural appreciation.

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