Ken Crocker (he/him) has been concerned about and addressing climate change for 20 years through serving as a board member for the GeosInstitute.org, including 18 years as the board chair. The Geos Institute helps communities nationwide build resilience in the face of climate change using a holistic approach that prioritizes the needs of ecosystems and those on the frontlines of climate change impacts. Ken has been active in his local community through a number of activities, including restorative justice work with boys and young men who have been convicted of crimes (resolvecenter.org) and using the power of personal stories to develop and foster community, connection, and healing (theHearthCommunity.com). He has also worked with families and organizations as a mediator, organizational consultant, trainer and facilitator. Ken is on the Board of the School of Lost Borders and has been involved in the work of the School since 2018. While he had an earlier career in high tech, his most rewarding has been as a stay at home dad for his two daughters who are now amazing young women.