The Regenerative Culture Lab is designed to invigorate and nurture the collective practice of balancing ecosystems of knowledge, people, planet and place.
Mission of the Lab
We value self-feeding, self-renewing processes modeled from natural systems that cultivate human consciousness, collaboratively rather competitively, so that together we can regenerate our systems to thrive for the long-term, and to adapt to the unexpected, sometimes threatening, social, environmental and economic circumstances.
Fundamental to securing this future is a body of work dedicated to 1) creating human systems that align with the universal patterns of how nature functions and the corresponding 2) evolution of human behavior to live within these new systems in a way that are integrated with the earth’s biosphere.
NEXUS Lab on Regenerative Culture Co-Chair, NEXUS Partnerships Advisor
Brian believes we are dynamic human processes whose value is too often reduced to a list of achievements or the size of one’s
He knew impact at scale would mean finding ways to leverage the capital market for good and so he joined the investment team at a commercial impact investing private equity fund called MicroVest; investing about $100 million in debt/equity transactions into microfinance banks throughout South America (some in those same shanty towns in Peru). To complement the due diligence rigor and investment chops, Brian launched blendedprofit.com. The GAMECHANGERS podcast series showcased
NEXUS Lab on Regenerative Culture Co-Chair
Chris Lindstrom has devoted his professional life to sustainable business as an impact investor and as
Chris lays out the vision for engaging with investors and technologists to successfully launch
Rosie Von LilaNEXUS Lab on Regenerative Culture Co-Chair
Rosie is a communications specialist,
Based in Manhattan, and working frequently in Washington, D.C.
Rosie has been contracted and engaged by myriad organizations to improve their member participation, loyalty and shared value: including Burning Man, U.S. National Defense University, Eisenhower School, United Nations, Harvard Divinity School and many others.
The RCL Lab aims to accomplish there mission and goals through:
The Commons: Shared-values and community speakers, breakouts, skills labs and site visits
The Cloud: Principles, frameworks, metrics, resource toolkits, and case studies on the ground
Project Pipeline: Land, community, healing – IY inspired, digital and creative projects
If you are interested in regenerative culture, exploring human systems and how they are in sync with nature and delving into how we can live a more integrated and compassionate life that does no harm to our environments and communities, we’d love to hear from you.
Whether you are looking to get more involved in our Lab or willing to support our mission through a grant or sponsorship, please reach out!