Jane Best Grandbouche is originally from North Carolina and moved to Florida in 1987 where she managed a Native Plant Nursery for 5 years. She then led courses and programs for Landmark Education Worldwide for 25 years including their graduate course, the Wisdom Course, for 14 years. Her passions include her family, the environment, transformation and yoga. Along with her husband Brad, they have a wholesale book business, National Book Service, LLC and consulting practice, The Next Chapter. She resides on 10 beautiful acres in Sarasota, Florida, where she is an avid gardener. She has 2 daughters and 3 grandchildren, all whom live close by.
Dr. Dale Anderson practiced internal and emergency medicine for the first half of his professional year. He then transitioned to group practice management as the CEO of a 180-physician private medical group in Iowa. He was a senior hospital executive in charge of hospital-based medical practices for large health systems in both Albuquerque, New Mexico […]
Sebastien Wegeng is a designer based in Sarasota with a focused interest in user experience, information architecture, brand identity & experience, and service design. Sebastien is an advocate for environmental and wildlife conservation, civil rights, and human rights. In addition to volunteering and programming on WSLR, he is involved with the Surfrider Foundation and the […]
Tom Matrullo was born and raised in NYC. Tom did graduate work in literature, then taught at Pratt Institute and Parsons School of Design. He relocated to Sarasota in 1990, reporting for the Herald Tribune before moving to online media with a focus on the interface between the public and private dimensions of planning. Tom […]
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