NCDD    Home    Join    Search    Invite    Help Login
"; newTable += "
Anonymous - 7:32 AM on Jul. 7, 2010  
"; newComment.innerHTML = newTable; var profileComments = document.getElementById('profile_comments'); var prevComment = document.getElementById('comment_'+last_comment); profileComments.insertBefore(newComment, prevComment); next_comment++; last_comment++; } } function action_delete(action_id) { var divname = 'action_' + action_id; var newsrc = 'action_delete.php?action_id=' + action_id; hidediv(divname); document.getElementById('actionimage').src = newsrc; document.getElementById('actions_total').value--; if(document.getElementById('actions_total').value == 0) { document.getElementById('actions').style.display = "none"; } } //-->
Profile Views: 1700 views
Last Update: 2 months ago
Signup Date: Oct. 7, 2007
Groups (3)
Everybody!, NCDD's Mentorship Group, Northern California

'; ni.appendChild(newdiv); } function se_popup_close() { var d = document.getElementById('show_event'); if(document.getElementById('mydiv')) { var olddiv = document.getElementById('mydiv'); d.removeChild(olddiv); } } //-->
Recent Activity
1 years ago
JMcIntyre updated their profile.
1 years ago
JMcIntyre updated their profile.
1 years ago
JMcIntyre updated their profile.
1 years ago
JMcIntyre left a group: 2008 NCDD Conference Participants
2 years ago
JMcIntyre joined a group: 2008 NCDD Conference Participants
2 years ago
JMcIntyre updated their profile.
My Personal Info
Full Name: Joseph McIntyre
NCDD Member Since: Dec. 24, 2005
About Me: I am the executive director of Ag Innovations Network, an NGO based in Sebastopol, CA. My personal mission is to support the emergence of wisdom and vision about creating a sustainable world from the root systems to the tip symptoms by protecting the interests of the future as much as the present, helping to enable our human system to deeply know itself, working to reveal deep assumptions that block creative change and bringing compassion to each situation I encounter.

I work primarily as a facilitator of deep dialogues between diverse stakeholders grappling with the question of how to make the food system sustainable. I lead a talented team of facilitators and organizers work at the local, state, national, and global levels.

I have a broad background that includes leading both non and for-profit organizations, study of steady-state economics (MA, U. of Rhode Island), and organizational/social change (MA organization development, Sonoma State U.). Mainly I try to live the spirit attributed to Mother Teresa: "to do small things with great love..."
My Interest Areas: multi-stakeholder collaboration, art of hosting, dialogue, sustainability
My Work
Organization Name: Ag Innovations Network
Title / Position: President
Description: Food and food production is the cornerstone of civilization. How we produce, distribute, and consume food reflect both what works and what is failing in our modern world.

Ag Innovations Network’s mission is promote the long-term health of the food system and in particular, of the agricultural production upon which we all depend. To accomplish this mission, we focus exclusively on creation of critical dialogues within the food system and between food system stakeholders and the wider public. These dialogues reveal the changing needs, emerging issues, and most importantly new options that will move us towards a better food system.
Other Organizations: Roots of Change,
International Association of Facilitators,
Where to Find My Work: Ag Innovations Network:
The Akous Group:
My Contact Info
Email: [email protected]
Phone Number: 707-480-7165
Website URL:
Street Address: 101 Morris Street, Suite 212
City: Sebastopol
State/Province: CA
Zip or Country Code: 95472
NCDD Involvement
Member Type: Individual Member (dues-paying)
NCDD 2006 Attendee: Yes
Mentorship Program: I'm interested in being a Mentor
I'd like to: work with others involved in cutting-edge approaches to deeply stuck social and environmental problems. For example how we can we change the dialogue and the reality of water allocation and use in the arid southwest of the United States.
Comments (0)