Andrew Ward (Wardy)
Cultivator: Entrepreneur Lens
Andrew (Wardy) is experienced in crowd-sourced funding, incubator design and commercial strategy.
Cultivator: Policy Transition
Meaghan holds a Master of Government Law and Regulation, Graduate Diploma in Environment Policy and Bachelor of Commerce. Meaghan is of Owner of Mutually Beneficial Governance, a Director for the New Economy Network Australia, Convenor of the NENA Newcastle Regional Hub, Program Manager with AELA and Team Member with the Australian People’s Tribunal.
Cultivator: Customer Centricity
Using customer-centricity principles, Jeff has a particular passion and pedigree for transforming established businesses across financial services, aged care, healthcare, property, FMCG, professional services, and in B2B and B2C.
Cultivator: Impact Investment
Currently on Full Time roll with Impact Seed
Cultivator: Financing Impact
Drawing on 20 years experience in investment banking, and 10 years in community development, Rohan helps develop clear value propositions, strategic communication, and aligned funding structures.
Dr Ben Wills
Cultivator: Digital Innovation
Currently on Full Time role with Federation University – Centre for eResearch and Digital Innovation
Dr Jose Ramos
Cultivator: Green Industrial Transition
Dr Jose Ramos is a world leader in P2P, Futures, Thought Leadership and Green Industry Transition.
His extensive work in mutant futures, anticipatory governance and work on cosmo-localisation is highly regarded.
Moira Were (AM)
Cultivator: Gender Lens
Moira Were (AM) has been leading in community facilitation for 30+ years. In her career so far she has been a Political Chief of Staff, CEO, Impact Investor, Volunteer, Leader and Gender Investment Gap advocate.
Cultivator: Enterprise Development
Serial Social Entrepreneur and Impact Investment Professional.
Cultivator: Ecosystem Development
Gareth Priday brings ‘Living Labs” to place-based communities helping them via design thinking work out practical ways to develop
About Ethical Fields
Q. What does Ethical Fields do?
Ethical Fields provides retained consulting services for communities in the process of co-creating the funds (Fields) they need, to do the things (ventures, capital asset purchases, financial services) the community wants.
At the same time we offer retained consulting services to businesses that want to engage, fundraise and / or exit their position in an enterprise to their community of stakeholders.
Q. What Does Ethical Fields mean?
A. Fields is a metaphor for “Fields of Endeavour”. Ethical, is ethical.
Ethical Fields believes that locally-focused businesses where stakeholders have a stake is a key. This turns the engine on for a Regenerative and Distributive (R&D) Economy based we think on good Economic Neighbourhoods.
Good Economic Neighbourhoods and businesses where stakeholders have an actual stake perform for Prosperity, People, Place and Planet.