We are people who have dedicated our entire careers to this massive undertaking—weaving partnerships together with knowledge and experience about how to guide the evolution of economic systems away from extractive paradigms that significantly reduce the resilience of human communities and ecosystems and towards the regenerative paradigms that integrate them to restore a healthy functioning.
Franz Josef Allmayer
"Imagine what can be achieved when people move beyond fragmentation, remodelling the world to account for the needs of everyone, identifying and scaling approaches already available through our planet's visionary leaders. Join our journey, as we move beyond limitation, scarcity and fragmentation, into unity, abundance and healing."
Franz is a universal citizen with roots in Austria and Guatemala. These contrasting yet complementary perspectives allowed him to question existing cultural paradigms built on scarcity from an early age.
Dedication to the fields of innovation and global development has enabled Franz to gather experience working with international organizations, governments, private sector, NGOs, and academic institutions. This multidisciplinary approach allowed him to recognize pervading patterns and embrace a more holistic approach to development that effectively provides value towards the whole of the system.
In recognition of the need to unite fragmented efforts towards a co-creative development process that effectively addresses the challenges of today, inspires Franz to create the tools, processes, and on the ground collaborations that support the development of regenerative bio-regional economies. He is a core member of Hypha DAO, pioneering the emergence of SEEDS, a financial ecosystem and digital currency designed to consolidate and empower the regeneration movement.
An avid explorer, he has visited 77 countries, where he has formed a solid network of collaborators. In his free time, you will encounter Franz finding inspiration in nature, climbing volcanoes, and exchanging with leaders across multiple disciplines.
"There is a network of energy in nature, a unifying system that each and every one of us is a part of and we can tap into. I dream of all beings on earth consciously connecting to this energy and letting themselves be led by nature."
Lisa originates from the European micro state Liechtenstein, and grew up in several countries and cultures, which prompted a growing sensitivity and curiosity towards all beings on earth and their interweaving with their natural environment.
Her dedication to the fields of human rights and environment has allowed Lisa to create a large network of public and private organizations, research institutes, international organisations and NGOs. Recognizing the ever-growing necessity of addressing the countless symptoms plaguing our planet with holistic solutions that form the culture of integrity the planet demands.
With the launch of Integrity.Earth, her dream of empowering underprivileged communities and starting on the path to the restoration of our natural habitats is finally on its way to becoming truth.
When not studying something new, Lisa enjoys making things into art; as of late some of the artwork she enjoys is spending time in nature climbing a mountain or discovering nature's wonders, teaching yoga, painting, creating with her hands, cooking, and meditating.
"There will always be people going in one direction while others pull in the other direction. This was fine until it was too late. Now everyone has to pull in the same direction – towards an environmentally sound and socially just world where we can live in harmony."
Gebhard Beck grew up in Canada and lived in several European countries before settling down in the European micro state Liechtenstein. As a young environmental engineer, he quickly realized that central Europe is a bubble and a more global and inclusive way of thinking and acting is needed. By involving himself in Liechtenstein's increasing focus on the environment, working in energy and environment commissions on the local and national level, Gebhard seeks to address this need.
Liechtenstein's focus also lies on pioneering diverse breakthrough technologies and as such has implemented new laws such as a cryptocurrency and blockchain law, easing the establishment of grass-roots organizations.
With a broad knowledge of everything related to energy, renewable energy, environmental science, waste management, IT-stuff and Liechtenstein related, Gebhard brings the down to earth side to Integrity.Earth and manages the Integrity.Earth HQ in Liechtenstein.
As an interest-diverse person you will find Gebhard in his free time coaching start-up companies, at local political gatherings, enjoying nature, tinkering on a raspberry pi or reading one more book about epic fantasy.
“I believe that to comprehend the world around you, the first and foremost step is to develop a clear and deeper understanding of your own true-self because once you touch that inner dimension, you can help others in realizing the same by cultivating the attitude of service, thus bringing love and light into our beautiful world.”
Kapish hails from the town of Jammu in India which is often regarded as the city of temples and grew up in the city of Chandigarh and New Delhi before moving to Germany to pursue his master’s degree in Renewable Energy Engineering and Management.
His work experience in India made him develop a clear understanding that the world needs a growing demand for energy efficiency, environmental & industrial safety and sustainability to continue a progressive path towards a better and healthy planet. Also, during the course of his master’s program, he has developed the cognizance for life cycle thinking and systems thinking and believes that to bring about a systemic change in fighting against climate change an integrated approach of regenerating the environmental, social and economic dimensions are necessary. By being a part of Integrity.Earth Kapish aims to be a future servant leader by contributing towards the regenerative renaissance.
Apart from surfing on the internet and reading ebooks, during his free time, you can hear him singing to his guitar, hiking in the woods and cooking his favourite recipes from Indian cuisine.
"The opportunity to make a difference for our community as well as bringing people closer together is powerful. I want to see our planet and the inhabitants as one, sharing, loving and exchanging knowledge so we can profit from each other."
Marsha has mixed roots, due to her Canadian mother and Swiss father. She was born and raised in Liechtenstein, where she lives with her husband and daughter. Working in various industries has allowed her to meet people from all over the world.
Learning to live autonomously and sustainably as well as close to mother nature has always been important to her. At a young age, her father influenced her with his passion for renewable energy and inspired her visionary thinking. Her mother is her role model for being open-minded and kind to any living being. Being a part of Integrity.Earth was life-changing and she is dedicating her time, knowledge and networking for projects in and around Liechtenstein.
Besides her commitment, Marsha is a full-time mother and has a great passion for music and singing. Meeting new people, sharing experiences and enjoying life is her passion.
“We are absolutely dependent on nature and its services, thus we can only thrive along with her.”
Hannes was born in Liechtenstein and lived there for most of his life. His profound interest in nature strengthens his aim to reconnect the people with nature and let both of them thrive together.
In order to achieve this goal, he chose to study environmental sciences and soon came to realize that a fundamental change has to happen for humanity to have a future on this planet. While engaged with his studies most of the time, he helps to set the foundations for the much-needed change in his free time and passionately awaits the future we are all building together.
Pedro Caba Mendoza
“My great passion and dream is to travel, know nations, create bonds of friendship for the common good of humanity, exchange knowledge with great wise leaders, co-create an inclusive world, sow lives and regenerate Mother Nature.”
Lu' Ma'r / Pedro Caba Mendoza comes from the community Jala a' Las Flores, Chajul Quiché, Guatemala, Ixil Mayan speaker. For this reason, he continues to believe in the community that for more than 500 years has been fighting to maintain their community, territory, wealth, language, spirituality, culture and identity.
In recent years he has been helping the community in achieving food sovereignty, in the defence of their territory, strengthening the work of the local government through the Indigenous Government of Chajul, creating strong ties to help the Ixil people and maintain the community autonomy that has always existed for thousands of years.
He is a young visionary and conscious of a dignified renaissance that benefits the population, strengthening regenerative alliances in the town, implementing tools to co-create the future of the new generations in having an inclusive economy and having citizens with their own values focused on cooperative obeying and following in the footsteps of the ancestors.
"We work so that all people enjoy their human rights, as well as social and environmental justice. To achieve this, we work in processes that highlight human dignity, grant access to different knowledge, promote happiness and a spiritual sense, in harmony with the community and its environment."
Founder and Executive Director of 32 Volcanes, Carmen is a co-creator and catalyst of regenerative development programs, seeking to achieve environmental and social justice through paradigmatic changes in the economic, food, and health systems through cultural belonging, gender equality, collective spirituality, and art.
Awarded by the British Embassy with the Chevening Scholarship, she has worked with leaders to strengthen community autonomy since 2013, while also defending food sovereignty and biodiversity as means to fight child hunger, scarcity, gender violence, and migration. The national newspaper awarded her as one of the “Extraordinary Guatemalans” in 2019. She has also been invited to different academic institutions, such as Rhode Island University and Boston College to talk about her work and 32 Volcanes.
“Most importantly we have learned that from here on it is success for all or none, for it is experimentally proven by physics that "unity is plural and at minimum two" - the complementary but not mirror-imaged proton and neutron. You and I are inherently different and complementary. Together we average as zero - that is, as eternity.”
--- Richard Buckminster Fuller