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The Kellogg Fellows constitute a remarkable group of individuals, each with their own unique skills and offerings. We here at KFLA believe those possessed of great talent should have a venue to display those talents so that others may benefit from them as well, hence the KFLA Marketplace. We invite our Fellows to explore the listings below and to use our form to list any talent or resource of yours from which you believe others would benefit.

 

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Book/Literature

Creating a Sustainable and Desirable Future: Insights from 45 Global Thought Leaders

Robert Costanza (KNFP-03)

The major challenge for the current generation of mankind is to develop a shared vision of a future that is both desirable to the vast majority of humanity and ecologically sustainable. Creating a Sustainable and Desirable Future offers a broad, critical discussion on what such a future should or can be, with global perspectives written by some of the world's leading thinkers, including: Wendell Berry, Van Jones, Frances Moore Lappe, Peggy Liu, Hunter Lovins, Gus Speth, Bill McKibben, and many more.

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Book/Literature

An Introduction to Ecological Economics,Second Edition

Robert Costanz (KNFP-03)

Ecological economics explores new ways of thinking about how we manage our lives and our planet to achieve a sustainable, equitable, and prosperous future. Ecological economics extends and integrates the study and management of both "nature's household" and "humankind's household"—An Introduction to Ecological Economics, Second Edition, the first update and expansion of this classic text in 15 years, describes new approaches to achieving a sustainable and desirable human presence on Earth. Written by the top experts in the field, it addresses the necessity for an innovative approach to integrated environmental, social, and economic analysis and management, and describes policies aimed at achieving our shared goals.

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Book/Literature

Raising Financially Fit Kids

Joline Godfrey (KNFP-10)

This combination parenting and personal finance book helps parents teach their children key money skills--such as saving, spending, budgeting, investing, building credit, and donating--that they'll need to become financially secure adults. Parents want their children to enjoy bright economic futures. But how do we equip the next generation with lifelong financial skills? In this updated edition of Raising Financially Fit Kids, Joline Godfrey shares knowledge gleaned from two decades of preparing children and families for financial independence and stewardship, philanthropic effectiveness, and meaningful economic lives. At the heart of the book are three big ideas: • Financial education is not just about the money; it’s about building great families and raising self-confident kids who have the tools to realize their dreams. • Financial sustainability means living within one’s means and acquiring skills to create and manage human and financial capital. • Giving wisely is a global citizen’s responsibility. Designed for parents, grandparents, mentors, advisors, and educators, Raising Financially Fit Kids uses ten core money skills applied across five developmental life stages: children, tweens, middle schoolers, high schoolers, and twenty-somethings. Each stage includes age-appropriate activities that make financial fitness fun, from mall scavenger hunts to financial film festivals. In this global economic landscape, we all need financial fluency. Whether your child is five, fifteen, or twenty-five years old, it’s never too late to teach financial literacy. Raising Financially Fit Kids prepares your children for the complexities of living in a global economy and helps your family up your game from good to great.

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Book/Literature

Developing Destinies: A Mayan Midwife and Town

Barbara Rogoff (KNFP-04)

Developing Destinies is based on Barbara Rogoff's 37 years of child development research in the Guatemalan Mayan town of San Pedro la Laguna. One of the town's leading child development experts is Doña Chona Pérez, who was born with the destiny of being a midwife in the Mayan spiritual tradition. This award-winning book, written together with Doña Chona and two of her grandchildren, gives an account of how individual lives and community history are intertwined. It focuses on how family lives change and continue with traditional practices, across Chona's 85 years, and extending back to historical accounts of spiritual and birthing practices from pre-Hispanic times. Note: Proceeds are donated to the Taa' Pi't Learning Center (www.taapit.org) and other projects in San Pedro.

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Other

Honduras--Beautiful Beach House

Louis Bonilla (KNLP-16)

Large 5 bedroom beach house with pool and caretaker on a semi-private beach in Rio Coto, Omoa, Honduras (airport code SAP). Ignore the prices on the website. Significant discounts apply to Kellogg organizations, Fellows, staff and families.

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Other

Nancy Boy, Inc. - artisanal body, bath & home products made exclusively from natural plant essences

Jack Richards (KNFP-14)

Nancy Boy sprouted to life in a San Francisco lavender garden. Its owners spent their days as executives in advertising and finance but always dreamed of starting their own gig. While toiling for the man, they learned how good companies prospered and bad ones self-destructed. Jack became a community banker, then grew wary as a casino mentality swept the industry. Eric worked at big agencies on international assignments including Levi's, L'Oreal, Clorox and Estee Lauder and discovered that high-end beauty brands spend 95% on marketing and pennies on the the actual product. Why, they wondered, had no one ever done the opposite? Why not spend all the marketing money on the products to make them more effective than even the most expensive brands? That was the risky, heretical idea that fueled Nancy Boy. The brand never advertised. What would otherwise be spent on marketing and fancy packaging was redeployed into hyper-premium product ingredients, including natural essential plant oils. Early users noticed the difference and recommended the brand which grew only by word-of-mouth.That was more than 13 years ago, when Nancy Boy launched in 2001 with 5 products. Today Nancy Boy sells 100 products across an array of consumer categories, including personal care, home cleaning and organic beverages, to customers on every continent. Even today, the only way people find out about us is from an actual person who's used our stuff and likes it enough to recommend it, which we love because it makes our customers part of one unbroken chain of friends.

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Book/Literature

How Hollyhocks Came to New Mexico

Rudolfo Anaya (KNFP-03)

How Hollyhocks Came to New Mexico is a fanciful folk tale that helps explain the beautiful flowers that can be seen in all parts of the Southwest in the summer and fall. Escaping Herod's wrath, Sueño, a near-sighted angel, takes the Holy Family to New Mexico by mistake. Acclaimed author and teacher Rudolfo Anaya blends history in this tale that shows how different cultures can work together peacefully and respect the land we all need. This book has won over 20 national awards, plus Best Book in New Mexico and Arizona.

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Book/Literature

Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time

Jeff Sutherland (KNFP-04)

The inventor and Co-Creator of Scrum describes the revolution in team process that is driving the internet, mobile devices, hardware development, and space technology.

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Handmade

Maid of Clay Pottery

Diane Davies (KNFP-12)

From my pottery studio I produce wheel thrown and handbuilt pottery, both functional and artistic pieces. I use stoneware clay and fire in a reduction atmosphere in a gas kiln, to cone 10. All of my pieces are food, oven, microwave and dishwasher safe.

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Other

Wave Link, LLC - Mobile & Web Design Solutions

Kelvin Graddick (FCF-08)

Wave Link, LLC strives to provide unmatched digital solutions for your business. Through the careful creation of mobile apps, websites, graphics, and social media marketing services, the company has revitalized countless businesses and visions. Exceptional service is the reason our clients chose Wave Link, LLC. for their business needs. Our company is dedicated to providing an exceptional customer experience while maintaining our core values. Every year more and more customers are moving digital. This shift gives our clients a clear advantage over their competitors and allows them to capitalize on a growing market. Wave Link, LLC. is owned and operated in Columbus, Georgia but serves various businesses and individuals across the globe. Please take this as an opportunity to invest in your business, and allow Wave Link, LLC. to help your business reach its full potential. We look forward to hearing from you!

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Book/Literature

Author of Farmstead Chef, ECOpreneuring, Rural Renaissance, Homemade for Sale

Lisa Kivirist (FSPS-06)

Liven up your reading list -- or gift ideas for those looking to change our world through transforming our food system and livelihoods: Homemade for Sale: How to set-up and market a food business from your home kitchen (April, 2015 release); www.homemadeforsale.com Farmstead Chef (cookbook) ECOpreneuring: Putting purpose and the planet before profits Rural Renaissance: Renewing the quest for good life. All books published by the good folks at New Society Publishers. Co-authored with my husband, John Ivanko. This ordering link is directly through me -- thanks for your support! Happy to sign any books.

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Book/Literature

Caribbean Tranquility Stress Reduction CD

Carlotta M. Arthur (Health Fellows & Scholars)

Enter a State of Tranquility... Caribbean Tranquility guides you through four evidence-based relaxation/stress reduction sessions. Tranquil ocean sound effects and calming music accompany Dr. Arthur's soothing vocal instruction. Dr. Arthur is pleased to bring her experience and expertise in stress and health to this CD, Caribbean Tranquility. A Licensed Psychologist, researcher, and consultant, Dr. Arthur studies the mind-body relationship and the role of psychological stress in physical and mental health. Track Listing: 1. Introduction to Caribbean Tranquility; 2. Visualization/Guided Imagery - A Caribbean Beach; 3. Progressive Muscle Relaxation - The Calming Sea; 4. Deep Muscle Relaxation Body Scan - Relax in the Wave; 5. Deep Breathing Relaxation - A Return to the Beach 65 minute total runtime Please Note: These exercises are intended to produce deep relaxation - do not use this CD while driving or operating machinery.

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Food/Drink

Condor's Hope Wines

Steve Gliessman (KNFP-06)

We offer unique wines made from grapes we grow in our own 5 acre vineyard. The vines are dry-farmed, head-pruned, and sustainably grown. If big, bold California Zinfandel, classic smokey Shiraz, and a dry French-style Rosé are your types of wines, Condor's Hope is for you. We ship all over the country.

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Food/Drink

School Food Advocate

Ann Cooper (FSPF-03)

Ann has worked for over 15 years bringing their private sector backgrounds in business and food to the school food arena. Her hands-on experience in school district transition brings to her assessments the distinct experience of having "been there" through the challenges presented as districts and community partners decide to tackle the challenges of large scale school food system change. This lens of experience allows for a realistic understanding of the complex relationships that exist in school districts and what kinds of goals and results are realistic, given the distinct conditions of each district. Having successfully led districts through systemic change puts Cooper's consulting company, Lunch Lessons LLC at the forefront of school food transition in the United States.

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Food/Drink

Buck Mountain Maple

Jean Richardson (KNFP-07 Advisor; KNFP-12 Advisor)

Buck Mountain Maple Syrup derives its sweet, rich flavors from minerals in the rocks beneath the trees on our 240 acre mountain sugarbush. Once the sap is collected from the trees on our mountain, it takes about forty gallons of sap to produce one gallon of maple syrup, through a multifaceted and intensive process of boiling. On Buck Mountain the trees are tapped by the first full Moon in February, and sugaring season is finished by mid April. With the weather deciding how much sap will run, syrup is truly a gift from the trees and a precious commodity. We hope you savor our syrup, and stop by the sugarhouse if you're ever out our way during sugaring season.

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Book/Literature

Got Milked?

Alissa Hamilton (FSPF-06)

Refuting the milk industry’s overwhelmingly popular campaign—Got Milk?—which has convinced us that milk is essential, this scientifically based expose, in the tradition of Wheat Belly and Grain Brain, proves why we don’t need dairy in our daily diets, how our dependence on it is actually making many people sick, and what we can do to change it.

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