Laurie is the editor of ecoki.com, an author, and a certified personal trainer and nutrition and wellness specialist, who is really just a health-obsessed, eco-lover who spends time clicking away at the computer, recipe-developing in the kitchen, and partaking in fitness-related activities.
Please direct all ecoki.com-related correspondence to Laurie. Read my posts »
Prior to launching The Green Pharmacist™ LLC, Dr. Brandi Reddick received her Doctor of Pharmacy Degree, Magna Cum Laude, from Florida A&M University. She completed a residency in the specialized field of managed care pharmacy practice and later became a clinical pharmacy director for a Managed Care Organization. Since she began her academic studies, Dr. Reddick’s diverse interests led to unique experiences including a CDC fellowship, lobbying on Capitol Hill, committee appointments in pharmacy associations and the recipient of several academic and leadership awards. Her passion for green living and holistic health led her to become a certified Green Health Care provider through the Teleosis Leadership program in Environmentally Sustainable Medicine. Dr. Reddick provides green tips, tools and resources to empower consumers to make eco-friendly choices that promote the health of BOTH people and the planet. Check out her blog at www.thegreenpharmacist.com. Read my posts »
Calvin is a full time dad and a part time writer for many sustainable magazines around the world. He can be found reading in the study or attempting to raise an organic garden in his spare time.
Favorite quote of the day is "you get out of life what you put into it". Read my posts »
Christine is finishing her MBA at UC Davis, focusing on Corporate Social Responsibility. When she's not frantically doing schoolwork or searching for a job, she relaxes by planning her summer trip to Southeast Asia, visiting the farmer's market, and screenprinting t-shirts. She enjoys learning more about all sustainability issues, particularly water, fair trade, and local food. Read my posts »
When there are updates and quick news that our authors need to quickly post to ecoki.com we use the ecoki authors name. Ecoki is a fun loving caricature that loves to inform, help, educate, and provide honest and quick updates to the site evens and news. You can see Ecoki in action at our Team Ecoki at Kiva.org! (Click the Ecoki authors avatar)
With over $8,500 donated to help others this year alone, please join us in helping other hard working people around the world! Read my posts »
Guillaume Foutry is a French (nobody is perfect) writer, living in London. He is passionate about travelling and has a big interest in social media (so you can follow him @guillaumefoutry or have a look at his blog on ecotourism). He considers travelling as something that everyone should have the possibility to do, as it is an enrichment both for your mind and your soul (and usually for your stomach too!). He is here to share his travelling wisdom, blog on what he deems interesting/valuable and looks forward to having a look at your replies. Read my posts »
Josh Suppan has spent some time in college but discovering it wasn't his thing, went off to travel, and has been following that path for the last 3 years. Josh is currently on a rather large bike trip through parts of Canada and will be educating people on alternative/sustainable lifestyle choices as he rides through, so be on the lookout for him. Following the tour the biking fun will not be over as Josh is planning live on his bike for an undecided period of time. Read my posts »
Maggie Marton is a freelance writer based in Bloomington, Indiana. When she’s not writing or reading, you can find her hiking, practicing yoga, or hanging out with her husband and dogs. She’s currently obsessed with finding the perfect eco-friendly beauty products, reducing her pets’ carbon pawprint, and researching humane food choices. Visit her online at maggiemarton.com. Read my posts »
Matt Lantz is a programmer/developer/designer who absolutely loves what he does. Developing web applications, mobile apps, and even desktop apps is his passion. He is always on the lookout for new information regarding environmental sustainability, and green improvements in technology. After all he loves writing about them. Between the endless hours of programming, and writing he often enjoys spending time reading and working out, and occasionally being social. With an insatiable curiosity of everything, and a desire to make cool things, as long as there is coffee, he’ll keep moving forward. Read my posts »
Miranda Trigaux is currently pursuing her degree in Speech Pathology at the University of Colorado. Previously a writing major, she now spends her time perusing the annals of cognitive and developmental science, and writes on the side for fun. Read my posts »
Nancy Martini is an Art Director and Ecoartist whom is on a constant journey searching for answers about how we communicate and relate to each other and our environment. Her current project “Lessons from the Dinner Table” is an eco-art exhibit that explores the simple lessons we learn while listening at the dinner table and how those lessons transcend out into our world. Please direct your correspondence to Twitter.com/ecoartist. Read my posts »
Rebecca Spiece is a freelance writer. She recently completed a post graduate certificate in International Fashion Marketing and Development and graduated from University of Toronto with an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Art History. While completing her education, Rebecca has interned at American Rebel PR in Los Angeles, and at St. Joseph Media in Toronto at FASHION Magazine. In her free time Rebecca loves to read, write, dance, and learn all she can about sustainable fashion. Read my posts »
Sacha Smith-Laing is a globetrotter and travel writer. Now London-based, she got the travel bug growing up in Singapore, the perfect launchpad to explore the region, and she has also lived in Hong Kong and Taiwan. She specializes in adventure travel, luxury travel and Asia, and she has contributed to The Sunday Times Travel Magazine, Wanderlust and Conde Nast Traveller. Read my posts »
Tamara Danielle completed a Bachelor of Honours in Graphic Design at York University with a passion for writing and the visual arts. Her environmental awareness was born watching the battle to save the sensitive land in the Oak Ridge’s Moraine from unfettered development. With an interest in promoting social responsibility, she started her own sweatshop-free, organic clothing brand called Endangered Couture, which gives proceeds to environmental charities such as the World Wildlife Fund. She hopes that her efforts will demonstrate that one person can make a difference. Read my posts »
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