The mission of EarthWin is to educate and grow awareness of mindful living for global well-being.
Valuing equity, diversity and inclusion we can advance toward a more sustainable, healthy society turning creativity and knowledge into significant economic and social impact.
Through this initiative, we welcome students, faculty, researchers, entrepreneurs and our community to tap into the wide range of resources available to support your endeavors.
Our team brings together unparalleled, holistic resources and activities to maximize Earthwin’s impact.
To inspire students and local leaders to help create and implement community-owned projects that build healthy connections to help close the opportunity gap in our communities, especially for those who are disadvantaged or excluded due to poverty, race/ethnicity, and geography
THERE ARE MANY AVENUES TO CREATING MEANINGFUL CHANGE IN OUR WORLD
applying these global ideals to all our daily actions is the real work
WE ARE ALL IN THIS
To educate and grow awareness of mindful living for global wellbeing.
Every action we take changes the world… Let them be for good.
We strive to empower children and adults by helping them realize their actions make a difference in the world
We believe increasing equity, diversity and inclusion is imperative to our advancement toward a more sustainable, healthy society.
IT IS OUR ULTIMATE GOAL TO EXPAND AWARENESS OF THE SIMPLE IDEA THAT:
You matter… Everything you do matters.
Everything you buy, consume, throw
away… Every action you take, every word
you speak and every kindness matters.
This is true empowerment. This is how
we make a difference in the world.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Over 20 years of experience in project management and finance, with particular skills for optimizing project goals and innovative improvement strategies.
Education Director at The Environmental Center for 14 years and is the Sustainability Coordinator with Bend La Pine School District. Masters in Education from Antioch University
with a focus in Sustainability Education.
Co-Founder Humm Kombucha and the driver of Humm’s amazing culture and brand ethos within their staff-centric organization. Her mission is to bring love and light to the world.
Presently serves as the Emergency Manager for the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Oregon. A Vietnam Veteran that served 4 years in the US Marines, and a Retired Fire Chief after 37 years. Dan is deeply involved in climate change issues.
Speech-Language Pathologist and founder of Skidmore Speech and Language Services.
Caroline sits on the Advisory Board of Central Oregon Disability Support Network and the Grant Review Committee for Adler’s Voice
Ph.D. in American Literature from University of Washington. He was the dean of Oregon State University’s Humanities department, an Art Historian, Celebrated Author and was a key to starting the OSU-Cascades campus.