Who are we?
Loconomy advisory board
Ashley Colby, PhD
Neal Gorenflo is the Executive Director of Shareable, an award-winning nonprofit news outlet, action network, and consultancy focused on the latest innovations in resource sharing. He’s an author, speaker, consultant, movement builder, and editor of multiple books including, “ Sharing Cities: Activating the Urban Commons.” In 2011, he co-founded the Sharing Cities movement, now in over 100 cities worldwide. He helps organizations around the world meet their goals through sharing including the Sharing Economy Association of Japan, Seoul Metropolitan Government, and the city of San Francisco. In 2020, blogged a one year life experiment called, The Year of Living Locally, to explore a more coherent, commons-based, and sustainable local lifestyle. As a social entrepreneur, Neal’s call to action is simple yet systemic: let’s share!
Della is a Regenerative Economist. She teaches workshops and retreats about alternative economics around the world, supports individuals working to better align their values with their work as a Right Livelihood Coach, and offers consulting to organizations contributing to equitable and sustainable economic systems change. Della is also the host of the Upstream Podcast challenging traditional economic thinking through documentaries and interviews.
Joe Norman, PhD
Joe Norman is an applied complexity scientist with a focus on transforming insights gleaned from complex systems science into practical and implementable strategies and tactics for grappling with an increasingly uncertain and dynamic world. Joe is an Affilate at the New England Complex Systems Institute in Cambridge, MA, an instructor at the Real World Risk Institute, and founder of Applied Complexity Science, LLC. He lives in New Hampshire with his wife where they are focusing their energy on homesteading and local agriculture on an old mill property that has been an actively running homestead for over 130 years.
Colin Frost is a business development professional with extensive experience helping SaaS businesses develop go-to-market strategies/channels and has worked with a range of SaaS solutions encompassing content management, marketplace platforms, stadium and food ordering apps and mobile communications.
Jon Jackson, PhD
PJ is a founding member of Just Capital Quotient, a social impact and sustainability consultancy focused on bringing about a new economy. He is also a recent graduate from Bard College’s MBA in Sustainability program focusing on bioregional regenerative economics, and comes from a background of varied experience, including commercial credit analysis, project coordination, and sales & marketing.