The circular economy is the future. Let’s build it, together.

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We need big, systemic changes, from public policy to global economic systems. But we don’t need to wait for that. While we are working on the big systems, getting involved politically and demanding big change, we can also take steps, now, in our companies, organizations, and homes.


Sh*t is broken.

Our massive, global system of consumption is broken. Our individual relationship with our stuff is broken. And in each of our homes, some stuff is broken.

It’s time to move past “peak stuff” and tap into the enormous value of what we already have. We can build a new value chain where good design, reuse, and repair are the status quo.

Sh*t is broken…

Let’s fix it.

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What does it mean to live well in the circular economy?


We already know that the food we put in our bodies affects our health, our happiness, our planet. It’s the same with the objects we bring into our homes. Too much stuff, poorly designed to fall apart, lots of clutter. It’s ruining the planet—and it doesn’t even make us happy.

I’m ready to help you bring circular economy solutions—and a healthy, sustainable relationship with stuff— to your organization.

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Have good stuff (not too much), mostly reclaimed. Care for it. Pass it on.*

*thank you michael pollan!

Hands-on experience:

I have the tools and knowledge to make real change in the world regarding this problem. From my roots as a theatrical designer, to my work building a climate action program at Barnard College, to founding and running a social enterprise, I have a unique perspective and the hands-on skills to make it happen, partnering with your organization.

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It’s time to tell a new story with our stuff.

Change sounds hard, and scary. But it doesn’t have to be. I bring decades of experience in design thinking and project-based innovation that can help, step by small step, test and build new models.

It’s time for a new paradigm, a healthy, sustainable, circular economy. It’s time for the “stuff movement.”