Regenerative Action Ambassador Program

Meet the 2024 Regenerative Action Ambassadors

The 2024 RAA cohort is a world-class mix of super passionate people!

It includes college students like Tamar, an environmental science student at George Mason University with an interest in land use and soil health.

Recent graduates like Isiah and Katrina:

Isiah, a Yale grad, is leveraging science with technology and community to drive ecosystem restoration projects in Puerto Rico where he lives.

Katrina is an Industrial and Interaction Design graduate from Syracuse University working as a product strategist. Her interest in biomimicry and native gardens led her to Soil Centric.

This year’s group also has seasoned professionals like Kim, Dawnelise, and Cindee:

Kim is a business sustainability educator with rural Midwestern roots. He has focused on energy efficiency and is now looking to accelerate regenerative ag in Northern California and beyond.

Dawnelise is the mother of two young children and the Executive Director of the new Farmpreneurs program. Based in Healdsburg, she is also collaborating with the Studio B team in the “Conversations Worth Having” Series.

Cindee is a Houston-based artist whose work incorporates systems thinking to create a functional balance between healthy ecosystems, human economics, and societal landscape norms. As an ambassador, Cindee will be designing a living labyrinth on the campus of Indiana University.

We are also happy to welcome Trisha and Echo who are making career changes:

Trisha works as an early childhood educator in Burlington, Vermont. Her goal is to become an environmental professional and advance society's knowledge of the natural world.

Echo is a photographer whose love of the outdoors and animals has just landed her a job at Cuyama Lamb, a sheep outfit regenerating native California grasslands.

2024 Applications are now closed, join us in 2025!

Our 2024 application period is now closed. Join in 2025 and become part of a community of on-the-ground leaders who are shaping the future of our planet through regenerative agriculture and ecosystem restoration.

Regenerative Action Ambassadors are: 
  • Eager to connect with an online-community of leaders taking regenerative climate action
  • Connectors who love to build relationships with people in both the real and digital world
  • Excited to share Soil Centric's programs and opportunities with their communities
As an Ambassador you will:
  • Participate in monthly Ambassador meetings expanding your network while learning from regenerative experts
  • Grow the Soil Centric community
  • Uncover new opportunities to heal the land
  • Author occasional social media posts about regenerative agriculture or ecosystem restoration happening in your community
What will I gain from becoming a Regenerative Action Ambassador? 
  • Exposure to opportunities in regenerative agriculture and ecosystem restoration through virtual presentations and discussions with incredible experts
  • Access to a community of like-minded action-oriented people
  • One free climate coaching session with a Soil Centric Coach
  • The opportunity to shape the RAA Program as it grows
  • Stickers 🙃
Program Details
  • Format: Meetings take place online on Thursdays from 5-6:30pm Pacific Time
  • Time Commitment: 1-2 meetings per month from March - November
  • Cost: Free to participants!
About Soil Centric

At Soil Centric we illuminate opportunities, resources, and pathways for widespread participation in the creation of a resilient and abundant future. No matter your background or skill set our mission is to get you launched on your path to regeneration.

We believe people want to engage on the climate front, but don't know how to translate this desire to help into meaningful action. At Soil Centric we look for the people and the organizations healing the earth via regenerative agriculture and ecosystem restoration, and connect you with them.

Learn from the 2023 RAA Speakers

Check out the recorded RAA guest speakers on this playlist.

Meet the 2023 Inaugural RAA Cohort

Abby B

Abby is an environmental science and agriculture student at the University of Vermont with an acute concern for the climate crisis and a passion for studying food systems. She has worked on several farms focusing on soil health, horticulture, food equity, and has fallen in love with farming's cyclic nature. As a Soil Centric ambassador, Abby aims to explore what it means to practice regenerative agriculture in her community and beyond.

Ben V

Ben is an outdoor enthusiast with a degree in Environmental Studies from UC Santa Barbara. He has worked seasonally guiding whitewater rafting trips and is passionate about agroecology. Ben's goal is to launch a permaculture education center focused on empowering individuals who have faced adversity.

Gianna B

Gianna is a cultural anthropologist who is part of the Patagonia store's team in San Francisco. Volunteer work at Alemany Farms, the city's largest urban farming community, and a subsequent internship with Patagonia Provisions confirmed for her that wants to take part in the "radically hopeful interspecies future that regenerative agriculture promises.

Haley S

Haley is a Science-Business and Entrepreneurship graduate from Notre Dame University working as a Technology Consultant. Her interest in biology and agriculture led her to regenerative agriculture. Haley loves gardening and wants to learn more about organic, regenerative farming by being a Regenerative Action Ambassador.

Jennifer R

With 12 years of farming experience under her belt, Jennifer is joining Soil Centric's Ambassador program to deepen her understanding of regenerative agriculture. She's excited to meet experts in the field and collaborate with like-minded individuals to learn more about ecosystem restoration.

Megan W

Megan is a Supply Chain professional with a degree from the University of Washington and a passion for Regenerative Agriculture. She's currently pursuing certification as a lab tech with Dr. Elaine's Soil Food Web School and is eager to share her self-professed obsession for Regenerative Agriculture with her community in Central Washington.