Spring Cheng is the President of the Board. You can learn more about her on our Founders page.
Chris Clark is the Vice President of the Board. He is an organizational change consultant with extensive experience in advising and mentoring organizations to align their operating structure with their purpose. He is also an active pioneer in the field of “teal” organizations and contributor to Enlivening Edge, inspired by the work of Frederic Laloux, author of Reinventing Organizations. In the teal model, the organization is managed by the principle of self-organization, passion and realization of potential. Chris has extensive experience with Feelingwork, Fieldtuning and some experience with Resonance Circles.
Victoria Poling is the Secretary of the Board. She has worked in nonprofit management and education programs for over 15 years and is currently working on a Master of Divinity through Seattle University. As a leader, she especially enjoys building, guiding, and supporting enthusiastic and creative teams in diverse settings including on board historical tall ships, a poetry publishing house, a youth orchestra, and her faith community. She has served on the board of a number of nonprofit organizations and has been closely involved with the development of the Resonance Practices from early on. Victoria continues to advise the founders during various developmental stages and has extensive experience in all of the Resonance Practices.
Jeff Hammerquist is the Treasurer of the Board. He is an architectural designer specializing in urban transportation. He also has experience founding and running Seattle Subway, a non-profit organization that raises public awareness about the rail investment coming into the area and builds support for the next round of rail development and construction. He is also involved in the events organized by Context Institute, a non-profit that promotes planetary-scale system thinking. Jeff has a very good knowledge about Resonance Practices through his experience with Feelingwork and Resonance Circle.