Dr. Beverly Ward has a Ph.D. in Anthropology from the University of South Florida in 2000 Dr. Ward's has an extensive background in the identification of vulnerable populations in the face of environmental, economic and political changes throughout the world. Her specialty lies in the assessment of environmental, health and geographic information assessments.
Ruby Bielik is an an attorney who also graduated summa cum laude graduate from Eckerd College with a BA in international business and anthropology. She is living and practicing law in the heart of Silicon Valley, California. Among other things, she works closely with emerging companies based both in the Silicon Valley area and across the globe.
Kevel Lindsay BAhas a degree in environmental biology from Columbia University and is a regional expert on Caribbean plant ecology and wildlife, particularly birds and bats. He headed the Island Resources Foundation’s (IRF) regional Biodiversity Conservation Program (initially based in Antigua) since 1995 as the program’s Caribbean coordinator.