of business and organizational development, strategic planning, media-presentation, community organization, natural enterprises and social-environmental systems.
Combining years of experience in Business and Administration, with degrees in Somatic & Transpersonal Psychology from Naropa University, and certification in Spiral Dynamics Integral; Natural Design in Systems, Holacracy, Conscious Evolution and Permaculture, Shiloh shares an innovative focus on the healthy psychology of systems. Her efforts bring the personal and collective learning process into teams and community through dialogue, inquiry, strategic visioning and planning, graphic recording, storytelling, contemplative practices, group endeavor and project management.
As a vanguard for the emerging world, Shiloh works in collaborative teams that craft a positive future for us all. Her recent works include project managing the start up of Rogue Valley Resiliency Fund; a vehicle for directing finances into regional sustainability efforts in Southern Oregon, working as an executive team-member of The Gene Keys, a global learning community based on conscious evolution and epigenetics, consulting in enterprise development, social architecture and self-organizing governance practices on an integrated design team of eco-resorts, regenerative education centers, and eco-oriented enterprises.